• Spencer Kobren and MTV Networks are Looking For Men Interested In Appearing In a Reality Documentary About Hair Loss

    Spencer Kobren and MTV Networks are currently looking for people interested in appearing in a reality documentary exploring the daily struggles of young adults suffering with hair loss. If you have the courage to share your story and your struggles with the world, you can help countless young men and women to better cope and to avoid all of the pitfalls associated with the hair loss industry. If you are between the ages of 17 and 29 and would like to appear in this groundbreaking MTV special please contact us directly at baldtruthradio@gmail.com. To get started just send your name, location, phone number, a brief synopsis of your situation, and if possible a photo. Further details will be posted on The Bald Truth website as soon as they come in.

  • This Week On The Bald Truth – August 17th – 8pm Eastern

    Special guest: Master pick-up artist, seduction guru and social interaction coach, Wayne Elise.

    Wayne “Juggler” Elise is a contributing author and key character in investigative reporter Neil Strauss’ New York Time’s Best Seller, The Game: Penetrating the Secret Society of Pick-up Artists.

    This how-to autobiographical bible of sorts, chronicles one man’s journey from “average frustrated chump” to “master pickup artist” using techniques devised by a network of men frustrated by their incompetence in sexual seduction.

    One of the most influential members of the seduction community, Wayne Elise is revered by countless men, young and old alike, whose lives have been completely transformed by his teachings and techniques.

    Wayne Elise has also written articles and commentary for Esquire Magazine and Blender, and is the Founder and CEO of Charisma Arts.

  • Eleven Million Dollars for Hair Loss Treatment and Research

    Follica Inc., is a privately held company that develops treatments for androgenetic alopecia (male or female pattern baldness) and other hair loss and follicle disorders, including severe acne. Today, the company announced that it has received $11 million in Series B financing, led by Polaris Venture Partners along with previous investors InterWest Partners and PureTech Ventures.

    In addition to financing, the company will bring on several new board members and other team members.

    “Polaris is thrilled to join PureTech and InterWest in helping to build Follica,” said Dr. Kevin Bitterman, a new Follica board member representing Polaris Venture Partners. “The cutting-edge biology on which the company was founded allows Follica to address hair loss and multiple other conditions with an entirely novel mechanism of action.”

    Last year, Follica used licensed technology from the University of Pennsylvania to generate new hair follicles. It was the first time new hair follicles have been successfully generated in normal adult mammals. Read more ›



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