Rat Tests Show HairLoss Reduction After Cancer Treatment

New York, 03, 2020:  A 12-week study by Hoth Therapeutics suggests the potential of WEG232, a topical treatment for hair loss in reducing the side effects of Erlotinib. Erlotinib is a frequently used agent that combats several cancers but can result in serious side effects including hair loss.  The research with 25 SD-rats, took place at George Washington University and indicated that topical application of WEG232 could be effective in suppressing erlotinib induced-facial rash/hair loss. Roth CEO, Robb Knie, commented, “This study showed compelling results with a 71% facial rash and hair loss reduction.”

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