This week on The Bald Truth: Spencer touches on the FDA recommending Merck include more information about side effects on the warning label for Finasteride. Is that going overboard? Joe from Staten Island also weighs in on the side effects controversy. Brian calls to express a positive view point about Propecia and the possible side effects. Billy calls to ask why scientists can grow hair on mice, but not us. And Dr. Andrew Klapper calls to have a discussion with Spencer about plastic surgery, and the new Bios Clinical Acne System. What makes the Bios Clinical Acne System better than other acne treatments?
Spencer Kobren’s weekly on air support group has been nationally syndicated for over twelve years and has developed cult-like status among men ages 18 to 35 and beyond seeking advice on “Sex, Life and Hair Loss.” The Washington Post proclaims that The Bald Truth is Kobren’s “Pulpit of the airwaves.” A new genre of hip talk radio. New York Post columnist and author, Girsh Kuntzman, writes, “The tone of The Bald Truth is pure therapy,” and the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review declares “Spencer Kobren’s nationally syndicated show “The Bald Truth” has a dedicated listenership that would have Rush Limbaugh pulling his hair out in envy.”