I don’t want to come across as a “cheerleader” for Acell. It may or may not work. At this point, we are waiting for the doctors to tell us what’s up with it.
As far as this post goes, I don’t believe it either. I feel this way for a few reasons. These are:
If he were a legitimate researcher, I would think that he would provide more information about where he works, under which doctor he works, ect. He would provide some information as a reference to prove his point.
His little comment at the end takes away from his credibility. I don’t believe anyone in the research field would make such an immature comment.
Acell has just been released for human use a couple of weeks ago. I don’t think that there is any possible way that it could have been obtained and tested in such a short time period.
I’ve never seen this forum member post here before.
I received this e-mail from Acell on 8/13/08 (5 days ago) and they have done extensive research with this material (for real):
Thanks for the information and for spreading the word about ACell. We are all eager to see if our product regenerates hair along with the other site specific tissues like we think it will.
When you read the above comment from Acell, it appears that they have some confidence in their product and this comment was made 5 days ago. Again, they make no promises, but I put more stock in what they have to say then anyone else at this point (until some results come back from the doctors).
Like I’ve said before, I don’t want anyone to get their hopes up too high either, but I think that we should just wait and see what the doctors say.