Experimental technique may broaden hair regrowth options

10/29/2013 | Modern Medicine

An experimental procedure that involves harvesting, cloning and implanting dermal papillae cells may offer a hair restoration option for burn victims, patients with scarring alopecia and other patients who are not good candidates for conventional hair transplantation. The technique resulted in new hair growth when tested on mice, researchers report in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

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