• TBT UK’s Spencer (Spex) Stevenson Helps Spread The Word

    As all TBT listeners know, the vast majority of products and services, including nutritional supplements, being marketed to vulnerable men and women that make claims to prevent and treat hair loss simply don’t work. So when the UK’s No.1 vitamin company, Vitabiotics approached TBT UK contributor Spencer (Spex) Stevenson to provide his expertise as their men’s hair expert, he couldn’t say no! Read about his new role and his insider insight into the world of hair loss.

    Check out: Hair Loss Guru Sorts Fact From Fiction

    Watch TBT UK Archive Broadcasts

  • The Bald Truth Makes Broadcasting History With First Live Call From NYC Subway Rider

    Kenny from Bronx unknowingly made internet broadcasting history when he called the guys while riding on the 2 train of the New York City subway system to discuss his positive experience with Propecia and questions he had about PRP therapy for hair loss. The call was a little spotty, but serves to further illustrate the profound impact that hair loss has on all of us.

    ‘s The Bald Truth is internationally syndicated through the GFQ Network

  • President Trump Allegedly Takes Propecia, But As With All Medications, It’s Not For Everyone

    The anecdotal incidence of the phenomenon known as post-finasteride syndrome (PFS) seems to be receiving more attention in the mainstream media than ever before, since it’s been revealed that President Trump is being prescribed the hair loss drug by his personal physician. The most commonly reported persistent side effects of finasteride are loss of libido, erectile dysfunction, depression, suicidal ideation, anxiety, panic attacks, penile shrinkage, gynecomastia, muscle atrophy, cognitive impairment and insomnia.

    Spencer Kobren and Joe Tillman both long time finasteride users speak with Tom, a physician who has been suffering with many of the adverse side effects described by those who believe they are victims of PFS.

    To provide some perspective, Dr. Richard Hoffman, a physician who was a site investigator in the original clinical trials for finasteride and who also happens to be a patient advocate, who has taken on the role of exposing the inflated claims of drug and device companies for years, has a different take on this relatively new phenomenon or drug induced anomaly.

    “The JAMA Dermatologymeta-analysis did not find any evidence for a life-altering impact of finasteride, just that studies consistently failed to provide sufficient data to adequately characterize the potential harms of the drug. And yet the media coverage of the topic, based on these individual stories, presents an extremely dire portrait.”

    Read article: Advocacy Group Spin May Skew Discussion on Finasteride Side Effects http://bit.ly/1J0FyC1

    If you are currently taking Propecia or are considering the medication to treat your hair loss, this is a show you don’t want to miss.

    ‘s The Bald Truth is internationally syndicated through the GFQ Network



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