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Kintors Pyrilutamide meets goal in Phase 2!


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Big news on Pyrilutamide. Lets pray that this is new BIG thing in fighting hair loss.

"Full statistics of the phase 2 trial are not available yet other than the announcement that KX-826 created a statistically significant change in non-vellus hair count in a targeted area compared to placebo."

"The study enrolled 120 male subjects and was completed over a 6 month period. No major adverse events were reported and the majority of adverse events reported were mild"

"With a good safety profile in hand, Kintor Pharmaceutical is planning to commence a phase 3 trial in China by the end of the year."

https://www.folliclethought.com/kintors-kx-826-pyrilutamide-meets-goal-in-phase-2-trial/

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Phase 3 pegged for the end of the end of the year - Kintor have been moving extremely fast and I have no doubt that this will beat out Breezula to market. 

Let's hope their androgen receptor degrader which is beginning its phase 1 trials is successful - it would undoubtedly be the best treatment we've ever had.

For now though, finasteride stacked with pyrilutamide and perhaps a low dose of oral min daily would really be a 'cure' for anyone at the beginning stages of baldness in my opinion - I think that protocol would keep 99 percent of users steady for pretty much the rest of their lives.

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4 minutes ago, JDEE0 said:

Phase 3 pegged for the end of the end of the year - Kintor have been moving extremely fast and I have no doubt that this will beat out Breezula to market. 

Let's hope their androgen receptor degrader which is beginning its phase 1 trials is successful - it would undoubtedly be the best treatment we've ever had.

For now though, finasteride stacked with pyrilutamide and perhaps a low dose of oral min daily would really be a 'cure' for anyone at the beginning stages of baldness in my opinion - I think that protocol would keep 99 percent of users steady for pretty much the rest of their lives.

Yes, they are great.

As someone who can't tolerate Finasteride, I hope Pyrilutamide will give me something(and GT20029). Until then I am doing anything I can to keep my hair.

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9 minutes ago, mizmija said:

Yes, they are great.

As someone who can't tolerate Finasteride, I hope Pyrilutamide will give me something(and GT20029). Until then I am doing anything I can to keep my hair.

Have you looked into Dutaseride mesotherapy? From what I've read and heard from credible Dr's such as Bisanga, it is side effect free. That in combination with oral minoxidil should be pretty effective and then you could add Pyrilutamide or whatever comes out when it does.  

But anyway, apparently only mild adverse effects, which is hopefully just some local rash on the scalp or something, and statistically significant changes in hair count. Sounds pretty good, I'll be waiting for the release of the study - hopefully it's pretty soon. 

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