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#1

I know I will be crucified for supplying these links but I hope you people read them before carrying out your own experiments.The second link does make a reference to cancer as a possible side effect.
I think we should all proceed with caution.

http://www.defensetech.org/archives/004205.html


#2

» I know I will be crucified for supplying these links but I hope you people
» read them before carrying out your own experiments.The second link does
» make a reference to cancer as a possible side effect.
» I think we should all proceed with caution.
»
» http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/uk/science/article3866743.ece
»
» http://www.defensetech.org/archives/004205.html

so long as this doesnt have anything to do with follica im good… dont need it . this regrows hair? i see them talking about fingers and limbs but hair?


#3

Travis, I also think there is something very suspicious about Acell.
The fact that Dr. Alan Spievack, co-creator of Acell, died a few months ago of bladder cancer, and now the other Acell guys complain that he died because no doctor wanted to treat them with the magic powder.

However, Alan Spievack is not around to defend his creation: he died in March from bladder cancer - one of the deadly diseases he claimed his pixie dust could cure - after other doctors refused to use it to save him.

"That’s the biggest problem - convincing doctors that it works,’ says Lee, tears welling in his eyes at the memory that his brother did not survive to see his work accepted by the U.S. government.
<<<

Also, Badylak complained that the scientific comunity didn’t believe him about the powder

Badylak thinks he now knows the secret. However, despite publishing countless papers about his findings, he was dismissed as a fraud by the medical establishment. But Alan Spievack was transfixed, asking Badylak afterwards why his methods were not being used to save human lives.

“Because nobody believes me,” Badylak replied.
<<

Also, the fact that Spievack’s brother, the guy who regrew his fingertip, say that he was not able to find the lost finger when the model plane cut it off in his shop. well, that pretty unbelievable. He lost something that could be a proof.

More about all this, here:
http://www.hairsite.com/hair-loss/forum_entry-id-30772-page-1-category-1-order-last_answer.html


#4

» Travis, I also think there is something very suspicious about Acell.
» The fact that Dr. Alan Spievack, co-creator of Acell, died a few months
» ago of bladder cancer, and now the other Acell guys complain that he died
» because no doctor wanted to treat them with the magic powder.
»
» >>>
» However, Alan Spievack is not around to defend his creation: he died in
» March from bladder cancer - one of the deadly diseases he claimed his pixie
» dust could cure - after other doctors refused to use it to save him.
»
» "That’s the biggest problem - convincing doctors that it works,’ says Lee,
» tears welling in his eyes at the memory that his brother did not survive to
» see his work accepted by the U.S. government.
» <<<
»
»
» Also, Badylak complained that the scientific comunity didn’t believe him
» about the powder
» >>
» Badylak thinks he now knows the secret. However, despite publishing
» countless papers about his findings, he was dismissed as a fraud by the
» medical establishment. But Alan Spievack was transfixed, asking Badylak
» afterwards why his methods were not being used to save human lives.
»
» “Because nobody believes me,” Badylak replied.
» <<
»
» Also, the fact that Spievack’s brother, the guy who regrew his fingertip,
» say that he was not able to find the lost finger when the model plane cut
» it off in his shop. well, that pretty unbelievable. He lost something that
» could be a proof.
»
» More about all this, here:
» http://www.hairsite.com/hair-loss/forum_entry-id-30772-page-1-category-1-order-last_answer.html

see, this proofs my point, its probably a fake.


#5

» see, this proofs my point, its probably a fake.

Ok


#6

» » see, this proofs my point, its probably a fake.
»
» Ok

ok?


#7

» » Travis, I also think there is something very suspicious about Acell.
» » The fact that Dr. Alan Spievack, co-creator of Acell, died a few months
» » ago of bladder cancer, and now the other Acell guys complain that he
» died
» » because no doctor wanted to treat them with the magic powder.
» »
» » >>>
» » However, Alan Spievack is not around to defend his creation: he died in
» » March from bladder cancer - one of the deadly diseases he claimed his
» pixie
» » dust could cure - after other doctors refused to use it to save him.
» »
» » "That’s the biggest problem - convincing doctors that it works,’ says
» Lee,
» » tears welling in his eyes at the memory that his brother did not survive
» to
» » see his work accepted by the U.S. government.
» » <<<
» »
» »
» » Also, Badylak complained that the scientific comunity didn’t believe
» him
» » about the powder
» » >>
» » Badylak thinks he now knows the secret. However, despite publishing
» » countless papers about his findings, he was dismissed as a fraud by the
» » medical establishment. But Alan Spievack was transfixed, asking Badylak
» » afterwards why his methods were not being used to save human lives.
» »
» » “Because nobody believes me,” Badylak replied.
» » <<
» »
» » Also, the fact that Spievack’s brother, the guy who regrew his
» fingertip,
» » say that he was not able to find the lost finger when the model plane
» cut
» » it off in his shop. well, that pretty unbelievable. He lost something
» that
» » could be a proof.
» »
» » More about all this, here:
» »
» http://www.hairsite.com/hair-loss/forum_entry-id-30772-page-1-category-1-order-last_answer.html
»
» see, this proofs my point, its probably a fake.

You’re right. You’ve caught us! This company is a big scam…we made the whole thing up to mess with the people in this forum. In fact, you’re not even really losing you’re hair. That is another little joke we played on you to mess with your head. It’s all a big conspiracy. (Games up guys…Let’s tell him the truth)

You really need to talk to someone.


#8

I told him please do us a favour read and wait…useless, all he has in mind is to discredit them…My GOD !!!


#9

» I told him please do us a favour read and wait…useless, all he has in mind
» is to discredit them…My GOD !!!

ok then for real. do you believe in acell? i dont. maybe i havent read enough to really tell. but from the less i read i think its fake.

no need to make a joke out of me.


#10

» » » Travis, I also think there is something very suspicious about Acell.
» » » The fact that Dr. Alan Spievack, co-creator of Acell, died a few
» months
» » » ago of bladder cancer, and now the other Acell guys complain that he
» » died
» » » because no doctor wanted to treat them with the magic powder.
» » »
» » » >>>
» » » However, Alan Spievack is not around to defend his creation: he died
» in
» » » March from bladder cancer - one of the deadly diseases he claimed his
» » pixie
» » » dust could cure - after other doctors refused to use it to save him.
» » »
» » » "That’s the biggest problem - convincing doctors that it works,’ says
» » Lee,
» » » tears welling in his eyes at the memory that his brother did not
» survive
» » to
» » » see his work accepted by the U.S. government.
» » » <<<
» » »
» » »
» » » Also, Badylak complained that the scientific comunity didn’t believe
» » him
» » » about the powder
» » » >>
» » » Badylak thinks he now knows the secret. However, despite publishing
» » » countless papers about his findings, he was dismissed as a fraud by
» the
» » » medical establishment. But Alan Spievack was transfixed, asking
» Badylak
» » » afterwards why his methods were not being used to save human lives.
» » »
» » » “Because nobody believes me,” Badylak replied.
» » » <<
» » »
» » » Also, the fact that Spievack’s brother, the guy who regrew his
» » fingertip,
» » » say that he was not able to find the lost finger when the model plane
» » cut
» » » it off in his shop. well, that pretty unbelievable. He lost something
» » that
» » » could be a proof.
» » »
» » » More about all this, here:
» » »
» »
» http://www.hairsite.com/hair-loss/forum_entry-id-30772-page-1-category-1-order-last_answer.html
» »
» » see, this proofs my point, its probably a fake.
»
» You’re right. You’ve caught us! This company is a big scam…we made
» the whole thing up to mess with the people in this forum. In fact, you’re
» not even really losing you’re hair. That is another little joke we played
» on you to mess with your head. It’s all a big conspiracy. (Games up
» guys…Let’s tell him the truth)
»
» You really need to talk to someone.

wow, you re really an ass. do you want me to leave this forum or make everyone joking about me? i just said i think its a fake. and you start with this. do you even have a heart?


#11

» The second link does make a reference to cancer as a possible side effect.

CORRECTION: The second link did not imply cancer is a side-effect of Acell.

The only thing that link said is that they are watching for unexpected side-effects, which apparently includes cancer.


#12

» wow, you re really an ass. do you want me to leave this forum or make
» everyone joking about me? i just said i think its a fake. and you start
» with this. do you even have a heart?

Rrraaa we love you helme0007 :flower: :love:


#13

The medical community has never accepted Acell as a valid product and views it with suspicion (as we all should). This absolutely doesn’t mean that it doesn’t work. Many scientists have been vindicated after their deaths (Einstein was called a crackpot and his theory of relativity was called ludicrous) until well after his death. The Acell controversy will be solved. It either works, or it does not and someone will prove it.


#14

» The medical community has never accepted Acell as a valid product and views
» it with suspicion (as we all should). This absolutely doesn’t mean that it
» doesn’t work. Many scientists have been vindicated after their deaths
» (Einstein was called a crackpot and his theory of relativity was called
» ludicrous) until well after his death. The Acell controversy will be
» solved. It either works, or it does not and someone will prove it.

i think there is a difference between einstein and acell. einstein had a theory and acell has a product. of einstein, people just thought he was ludicrous, but of acell, some people (or the most??) think that its a scam. ludicrous vs scam is the difference here. it could be that they have some monetary reasons why they tell that their product works.

you say yourself we should see it with suspicion. i just dont want to make hopes up coz of a (probably) scam. it just sounds too unbelievable and there are so many things why you could think its a scam… the lost finger, no scientifical expression of their product and why it could work and so on. i follow the medical community here…


#15

Im certainly not making a joke out of you helpme0007. I’m just asking you kindly to wait one more month before making those judgments.I hope that you are wrong though.


#16

This guy who claims to have lost his finger sought medical treatment when he allegedly lost his finger,right? Why not disclose the medical records to prove once & for all if he in fact lost his finger or if he just lost a small portion of the tip of his finger? This will silence everyone & prove if this thing in fact can infact regrow a finger or if it’s a scam.
I really hope it does work,I really hope that the guys here who experiment with the dust regrow all their hair. I hope with all my heart!
Even if they do,as desperate as i am to resurrect my life,I won’t be in a rush to try it until it is proven not to cause cancer.I would not hesitate to Inject hair cells into my scalp,hair cells that were taken from my own body. BUT,I would be very reluctant to use animal cells on my body unless there was extensive safety trials.

Best of luck guys.


#17

Bah, don’t worry about Cancer. Propecia produces cancer and noone seems to care much, even the FDA approved it hahaha.