I would like to know if your Haircycle shampoo is a good as Nizoral? Could you tell me if neosh101 will be available in 2008?, Do you know any news on avodart? 'Nizoral' and 'Haircycle shampoo' are completely different just like 'Finasteride' and 'Minoxidil' are completely different. My method of treating 'hair loss' has always been to attack it from as many different pathways as possible. We know that Finasteride seems to reduce the production of 'DHT'. We do not know how Minoxidil works or how Nizoral work. We do know that Haircycle shampoo prolongs the anagen duration in many people. We do not know that it does this in all people. My recommendation in shampoos is that you use Nizoral twice a week and then Haircycle 5 days a week. Leave all your shampoos on for at least 5 minutes because they are 'topical agents' and need contact with the skin to work. There is no news on 'Avodart'. There are not likely to be 'phase 3' 'clinical trials ' 'Neoshi101' is not likely to be released in the US any time soon. You might be able to get your hands on this in by 2009. I doubt it will be available by 2008, but keep your fingers crossed. This product seems to increase the number of hairs in the 'Anagen phase'. I suspect all the products seem to increase the total number of hairs in Anagen. I think that they simply work in different ways. Hairs are like people working in a factory that is in production 24 hours a day. Some of the people work while some of the people rest. 'Anagen stimulators' keep hairs awake and growing. They are like having more people working 24 hour shifts for 7 straight days. We know that 'Finasteride' really only works well on about 1% of the people. It seems to slow hair loss down in about 80%, but it does nothing for at least 10% of the people. This means that androgenic 'alopecia' has multiple causes. It makes sense to treat your hair loss from as many angles as possible until we come up with a safe solution that works equally well in all individuals.