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Kintor pharmaceuticals says they have a topical anti-androgen that can't get deeper into the body than the skin

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Here below is the key quote -

“GT20029 is an AR degrader that degrades the AR protein. The mechanism of action of GT20029 is to recruit the AR protein to the E3 ubiquitin ligase for degradation. It acts on the local tissues of the peripheral skin and local hair follicle sebaceous glands, which reduces the sensitivity of AR to androgens without systemic exposure to the drug"

And here’s another similar drug that is already in US FDA clinical trials. It’s called ARV-110. It’s being studied for the treatment of prostate cancer but it could perhaps be repurposed to treat hair loss. What do you all think?


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