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Nymox Pharmaceutical Corporation (NASDAQ:NYMX) is pleased to announce two separate presentations of new data by independent clinical investigators involved in U.S. clinical trials of NX-1207, Nymox's investigational drug for benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH).
PALO ALTO, Calif. _ Watch out, Rogaine. Stanford University researchers have pinpointed a molecule that triggers hair follicle growth in mice, a treatment that one day could eventually mean some shaggy dos, or at least a few more strands, for humans who have experienced hair loss.
For the first time, leading prostate cancer specialists say they have a drug that can significantly cut men's risk of developing the disease, dropping the incidence by 30 percent.
By GINA KOLATA By Gina Kolata The New York Times For the first time, leading specialists in prostate cancer say, they have a drug that can significantly cut men's risk of developing the disease, dropping the incidence by 30 percent.
Men who eat a diet low in fat and red meat but high in vegetables and lean protein and who drink alcohol in moderation may not just be doing their hearts a favor. A new study shows that such a heart-healthy diet may also be good for the prostate.
By Verdier-Sevrain, S ABSTRACT Estrogens have a profound influence on skin. The relative hypoestrogenism that accompanies menopause exacerbates the deleterious effects of both intrinsic and environmental aging. Estrogens prevent skin aging. They increase skin thickness and improve skin moisture.
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When given in combination with oral contraceptives, finasteride, an orally administered drug approved for male-patterned baldness, can improve female-pattern hair loss in most women, according to the results of a small study reported in the March issue of the Archives of Dermatology.
By Ossian Shine TURIN (Reuters) - Kicked out of the Olympic Village in front of his colleagues and friends, a tearful U.S. athlete Zach Lund told Reuters on Saturday he would not rest until he had brought anti-doping officials to book.
By Ossian Shine TURIN (Reuters) - American skeleton gold medal hope Zach Lund, who blamed a positive drugs test on a hair growth stimulant, has been kicked out of the Olympic Games and given a one-year ban for doping.