Hair transplants may soon be a thing of the past, thanks to a new discovery.

Researchers say they have been able to grow human hair in the laboratory using tiny cells that fuel its growth. Researchers say the the technique has been used to grow new hair follicles in animals and is now being tested on humans. Researchers first cultivate the cells in a lab before injecting them into the skin where the hair is needed.

There is currently no cure for male-pattern baldness, although some medications can slow it down.

[Daily Mail]

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