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#21

»
» However, we do understand the value of photos and clinical trials.
» This is all that we should pay attention to.
» But Whitfield has provided none.
»

I agree with this, they said they had seen outstanding results, did they not think to document this with photographic evidence of before and after? it just doesn’t make sense. I’m sure people will still try this so I guess we’ll see what effect it has then, I won’t be trying anything until there’s proof though.


#22

» “protect hair cells from damage and degradation”
»
» https://www.trx2.com/store/2010/08/05/bcaas-and-their-hair-growth-stimulating-effect/
»
» most likeley the article in the newspaper was indeed referring to thomas
» whitfields company, they do also state they are researching in other
» areas.
»
» Novel Compounds & Antibody Study
»
» We are currently in the process of developing and testing a library of
» novel compounds as well as antibodies targeting potassium channels in hair
» follicles. TRX2 scientists have established a unique and highly sensitive
» bioassay (= biological test system), which allows rapid high throughput
» screening of a drug compound library. The goal is to develop and identify
» highly effective drug compounds as well as new antibodies targeting
» potassium channels in human hair follicles and eventually leading to novel
» and highly effective treatment options for various hair growth disorders,
» including pattern hair loss and Alopecia Areata.
» Apoptosis Study
»
» The molecular mechanisms behind hair loss are often associated with
» factors, which are also found in ageing, such as apoptosis (=programmed
» cell death). Specifically TRX2 has been commissioning a study to look into
» how antioxidant and apoptotic factors in various cell compartments, such as
» mitochondria, influence hair growth.
»
» http://www.trx2.com/store/the-science/trx2-research/

this actually sounds somewhat interesting… the rest is a huge disappointment as expected.


#23

Quote: “iam laughing about those people here who believed in this piece of sh*t and are now deeply crushed and down.”

What is it that makes you laugh about people who are, as you call it, deeply crushed and down? Why laugh over other peoples misery?

» You see guys i was right about Whitfield ALL THE TIME
»
» Dont get me wrong but iam laughing about those people here who believed in
» this piece of sh*t and are now deeply crushed and down.
»
» This deserves them right.
»
» And now i hope you guys believe me when I say that in 2011 we will all be
» happy and those Whitfield douches wont ever be seen again.
»
» Btw WHitfield has a face wow the first time i saw him i wanted to punch
» Neeeeee KICK his face so hard, his Joaquin Phoenix Wannabe Lip goes
» straight to mars


#24

Its Easy. Because the next time those people will be realistic towards other “Snake Oil” things and also those people will use real informations instead of BS infos from user like gutted oder Freddie555.


#25

» Quote: “iam laughing about those people here who believed in this piece of
» sh*t and are now deeply crushed and down.”
»
» What is it that makes you laugh about people who are, as you call it,
» deeply crushed and down? Why laugh over other peoples misery?
»

I also found Leeroy’s “I told you so” post really disturbing. The vast majority of users here was skeptical of this “treatment” but we didnt all jump at the occasion to write an “I was right all along” post.

I agree that laughing at other peoples misery and crushed hopes is extremely ill natured. :confused:


#26

Its not because right from the start this whole WHitfield thing was FISHY as the Fishiest Fish Markt in the streets of Japan.

  1. Free Samples? WTF

  2. Subscription Fee? O RLY

  3. We have something because all other treatments suck? Come on THIS is ILL even you have to admit that

THIS Whitfield Guy is the only ILL Person here, cause HE has crushed the hopes of some people and not me.

HE is laughing right now because of some stupid fools who fall for this multi vitamin tablets crap.

HE doesnt give a rats as* about anybody with MPB

HE is only interested in sca* money nothing more

HE uses shills to promote his snake oil

So please spare me with your retarded Leeroy Jenkins is the devil in persona Bullcrap

Dont hate the PLAYER (Me) Hate the game instead


#27

» » Quote: “iam laughing about those people here who believed in this piece
» of
» » sh*t and are now deeply crushed and down.”
» »
» » What is it that makes you laugh about people who are, as you call it,
» » deeply crushed and down? Why laugh over other peoples misery?
» »
»
» I also found Leeroy’s “I told you so” post really disturbing. The vast
» majority of users here was skeptical of this “treatment” but we didnt all
» jump at the occasion to write an “I was right all along” post.
»
» I agree that laughing at other peoples misery and crushed hopes is
» extremely ill natured. :confused:

What BS is this ??

All those “people” have been again and again WELL informed about the whole “Whitfield-Thingy” since the beginning (as well as well documented and proven everything) - for instance:

http://www.hairsite.com/hair-loss/forum_entry-id-72126-page-0-category-1-order-last_answer.html

WOW – this “well-informed-being” resulted into more than 200 useless “speculation” (JUST PURE SPECULATION!) as well as bumping posts.

Oh yeah, all those “speculating people” now need protection by one of the biggest sh’t posters on HairSite, like “hairman2”. You should form a new user-group on HS (if such a group doesn’t exist already):

The SPPSP group - “Sh’t Posters Protect Sh’t Posters”.


#28

» »
» » However, we do understand the value of photos and clinical trials.
» » This is all that we should pay attention to.
» » But Whitfield has provided none.
» »
»
»
» I agree with this, they said they had seen outstanding results, did they
» not think to document this with photographic evidence of before and after?
» it just doesn’t make sense. I’m sure people will still try this so I guess
» we’ll see what effect it has then, I won’t be trying anything until there’s
» proof though.

im going to wait for some pictures and the human study to be published, before i conclude it to be a sc_am. ive sent them an email regarding pictures.

They said that thier upcoming product will utilse some of thier core technology? which from that ingredient list, doesnt make sense, unless the “potassiom channel stimulating complex” is part of thier technology.


#29

» »
» » Novel Compounds & Antibody Study
» »
» » We are currently in the process of developing and testing a library of
» » novel compounds as well as antibodies targeting potassium channels in
» hair
» » follicles. TRX2 scientists have established a unique and highly
» sensitive
» » bioassay (= biological test system), which allows rapid high throughput
» » screening of a drug compound library. The goal is to develop and
» identify
» » highly effective drug compounds as well as new antibodies targeting
» » potassium channels in human hair follicles and eventually leading to
» novel
» » and highly effective treatment options for various hair growth
» disorders,
» » including pattern hair loss and Alopecia Areata.
» » Apoptosis Study
» »
» » The molecular mechanisms behind hair loss are often associated with
» » factors, which are also found in ageing, such as apoptosis (=programmed
» » cell death). Specifically TRX2 has been commissioning a study to look
» into
» » how antioxidant and apoptotic factors in various cell compartments, such
» as
» » mitochondria, influence hair growth.
» »
» » http://www.trx2.com/store/the-science/trx2-research/
»
» this actually sounds somewhat interesting… the rest is a huge
» disappointment as expected.

This is snake oil basics and its hilarious that there is so much talk still about this generated by certain individuals. I can show you 70 year old people with full heads of hair what cell death, apoptosis and antioxidants!!! I dont know about alopecia areata but MPB is different and had to do with DHT.


#30

» im going to wait for some pictures and the human study to be published,
» before i conclude it to be a sc_am. ive sent them an email regarding
» pictures.

dude, you should wait for pictures and human trial, before you give them any money. If this technology had any merit, this Oxford guy should have plenty of investors ready to lend him money.

»
» They said that thier upcoming product will utilse some of thier core
» technology? which from that ingredient list, doesnt make sense, unless the
» “potassiom channel stimulating complex” is part of thier technology.

don’t pay attention to this techno-speak unless you are an expert and can evaluate it.


#31

» » im going to wait for some pictures and the human study to be published,
» » before i conclude it to be a sc_am. ive sent them an email regarding
» » pictures.
»
» dude, you should wait for pictures and human trial, before you give them
» any money. If this technology had any merit, this Oxford guy should have
» plenty of investors ready to lend him money.
»

thats what puzzles me, he does have investors.
i guess i wont know if it really works or not until i try for myself.


#32

» “protect hair cells from damage and degradation”
»
» https://www.trx2.com/store/2010/08/05/bcaas-and-their-hair-growth-stimulating-effect/

» Novel Compounds & Antibody Study
»
» We are currently in the process of developing and testing a library of
» novel compounds as well as antibodies targeting potassium channels in hair
» follicles. TRX2 scientists have established a unique and highly sensitive
» bioassay (= biological test system), which allows rapid high throughput
» screening of a drug compound library
. The goal is to develop and identify
» highly effective drug compounds
as well as new antibodies targeting
» potassium channels in human hair follicles and eventually leading to novel
» and highly effective treatment options
for various hair growth disorders,
» including pattern hair loss and Alopecia Areata.
» Apoptosis Study

» http://www.trx2.com/store/the-science/trx2-research/

In other words, this guy is going to use the “try and miss” approach. He will periodically launch a “test compound” in his shop, to see if it works. People (guinea pigs) will buy it, and report back results (most probably, lack of them). If it doesn’t work (very probable), Whitfield will develop a “new version” for sale.

Do you think this is serious/honest?


#33

» » » im going to wait for some pictures and the human study to be
» published,
» » » before i conclude it to be a sc_am. ive sent them an email regarding
» » » pictures.
» »
» » dude, you should wait for pictures and human trial, before you give
» them
» » any money. If this technology had any merit, this Oxford guy should
» have
» » plenty of investors ready to lend him money.
» »
»
» thats what puzzles me, he does have investors.
» i guess i wont know if it really works or not until i try for myself.

If it works, you will know one way or another. You don’t need to buy now.


#34

» » “protect hair cells from damage and degradation”
» »
» »
» https://www.trx2.com/store/2010/08/05/bcaas-and-their-hair-growth-stimulating-effect/
»
» » Novel Compounds & Antibody Study
» »
» » We are currently in the process of developing and testing a library of
» » novel compounds as well as antibodies targeting potassium channels in
» hair
» » follicles. TRX2 scientists have established a unique and highly
» sensitive
» » bioassay (= biological test system), which allows rapid high
» throughput
» » screening of a drug compound library
. The goal is to develop and
» identify
» » highly effective drug compounds
as well as new antibodies targeting
» » potassium channels in human hair follicles and eventually leading to
» novel
» » and highly effective treatment options
for various hair growth
» disorders,
» » including pattern hair loss and Alopecia Areata.
» » Apoptosis Study
»
» » http://www.trx2.com/store/the-science/trx2-research/
»
» In other words, this guy is going to use the “try and miss” approach. He
» will periodically launch a “test compound” in his shop, to see if it works.
» People (guinea pigs) will buy it, and report back results (most probably,
» lack of them). If it doesn’t work (very probable), Whitfield will develop a
» “new version” for sale.
»
» Do you think this is serious/honest?

no, i dont think he will unleash these compounds to the general public like you are saying, but conduct clinical trials on those compounds.


#35

OMG this is hilarious this is so hilarious.

HE wont share results with the public???

Are you kidding me? You are a son of a bit*h

Please hairsite remove this snake oil pushing SOAB


#36

Leeroy grow up.

Okay, so you were right about Whitfield all along. Congratulations. So was I, and Spanish Dude, and more than half the other people here.

The ones who gave him the benefit of the doubt are probably disappointed. So what? I don’t hear anyone yelling and crying about it. You are the only one assuming that Whitfield has crushed anyone’s big hopes. Believe it or not other people can disagree with you without always being stupid gullible morons.


#37

» Leeroy grow up.
»
» Okay, so you were right about Whitfield all along. Congratulations. So
» was I, and Spanish Dude, and more than half the other people here.

No. This is wrong.

You, Spanish Dude and more than half the other (idiotic) people here, just put their well-known and repeated “I don’t believe it” rants “on hold”. Everybody could clearly notice this behaviour towards the joker Whitfield.

Reason: Expectations/Prospects ? No ?

Don’t tell me sh’t …


#38

#39

»
» No. This is wrong.
»
» You, Spanish Dude and more than half the other (idiotic) people here, just
» put their well-known and repeated “I don’t believe it” rants “on
» hold
”. Everybody could clearly notice this behaviour towards the joker
» Whitfield.

Me? You think I ever placed much faith in this guy?

Okay, if you don’t mind, I am going to re-paste an older quote from myself. This is from partway through one of the earlier big Whitfield threads:

I’ve been trying to avoid the Whitfield threads as a rule. But once in a while I check back here and it makes my head spin.

Next year? A growth stimulating product? Where are the years of clinical trials that were needed for this stuff? Does the FDA (and other variations of clinical trials throughout the world) just not apply to this guy? Is that because he’s got a good school on his resume or something?

Come on. This dork is just telling the press anything they need to hear to keep the sunny articles & investor money flowing in, and you guys are buying it.

The only thing more frustrating than watching this mess play out is knowing that people will mentally group the real HM operations in with this clown in the future. In a few years people will will point to Whitfield missing his deadlines and say, “See? Nobody should believe in Hair Multiplication ever happening from Aderans or Histogen or anyone else. All they do is tell us lies!”


#40

» https://www.trx2.com/store/trx2-molecular-hair-growth-supplement/trx2-tablets/
»
» “This is the first supplement to contain Potassium, L-carnitine, BCAA and
» Nicotinic Acid delivered via a proprietary potassium channel-stimulating
» complex.”
»
» Thank god we didn´t waste time waiting for another product containing some
» already known natural substances… oh wait. Apparently we did.

By the way – if you click your posted link, now the following message appears …

Authorization Required
This server could not verify that you are authorized to access the document requested. Either you supplied the wrong credentials (e.g., bad password), or your browser doesn’t understand how to supply the credentials required.
Additionally, a 404 Not Found error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request.

Mr. Thomas Whitfield, is the following (screen shot) your “product & service” that you have to offer?