Rarely am I very optimistic after 1 year of researching potential hair loss cures, but this piqued my interest and I was wondering if anyone could share their opinions on it here: http://www.hairlosscure2020.com/hug...-regrow-hair-in-androgenic-alopecia/#comments Keep in mind that there are a few issues that I'm sure we're all familiar with but I'll elaborate on later (pharma-related), but last year tofacitinib citrate caused hair regrowth on a patient with alopecia universalis:http://www.hairlosscure2020.com/arthritis-drug-reverses-bald-mans-alopecia-universalis/ & http://www.hairlosscure2020.com/cancer-drug-ruxolitinib-reverses-alopecia-areata/ I didn't follow the developments of this because I don't have Alopecia Universalis/Alopecia Areata/AT, but this has now cropped up again with potential as an Androgenetic Alopecia treatment. So going back to the typical issues that we're all familiar with by now when it comes to hair loss treatments is $$$$$, in this case not only for them to get a patent but the drugs itself cost a lot. I haven't kept up as much with researching new treatments because as usual there's the 5 years - 10 years thing that they've been saying for what? 20 years or so? But this time it seems like there's a lot of optimism in hair loss sufferers as well and we know that's quite rare.