So I emailed Professor Mohit Khera three months ago and he confirmed it.
The work is already being reviewed by a scientific journal and will be released - the deadline is September.
Then I spoke to the American Foundation and they said that - The researchers who studied our problem in Baylor found tens of thousands of gene damage. They were so shocked by this that they started double-checking their results and doing additional analysis for another 2 years.
I’d like to draw your attention to this study:
Prolonged use of finasteride-induced gonadal sex steroids alterations, DNA damage and menstrual bleeding in women
So it may not necessarily be an epigenetic change in the genome.
Could be the fragmentation of DNA. And this is worse. (But that’s my speculation - I’m not sure.)
Please admins don’t edit my message, if you want to edit it, you better delete it. Thank you.