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Is male pattern baldness genetic?

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Dr. Stephen Friedman
Dermatology

In brief: Yes

The majority of cases of male pattern alopecia have a family history of baldness.
It is thought to be autosomal dominant with mexed penetrance.

In brief: Yes

The majority of cases of male pattern alopecia have a family history of baldness.
It is thought to be autosomal dominant with mexed penetrance.
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