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Will polydimethylsiloxane cure baldness?

The title of this blog post is a QTWTAIN. There’s a piece of fake news circulating on social media that suggests that polydimethylsiloxane (a food additive used as an anti-foaming agent in the production of French fries for fast-food restaurants) could somehow be used to treat baldness… …the tabloids seem to have deliberately got the … Continue reading "Will polydimethylsiloxane cure
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