Study: Gene Combo Increases Risk of Male Pattern Baldness

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About one in seven men has a combination of genes—one new and one first discovered in 2001—that increases his risk of male pattern baldness sevenfold, compared to men without the combination.

It’s a scientific finding that won’t grow hair on your head. But it could lead to better testing for a susceptibility to male pattern baldness, a problem that vexes about 40 million men in the United States.

Two independent research teams made the discovery, and both teams published the information Sunday in the journal Nature Genetics. Read the full story…

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