Okay, so this is what we know: Aderans, a big Japanese wig-maker, owns Aderans Research Inc., which is doing work on hair multiplication. Recall that Aderans Research Inc. is headed by Ken Washenik. Aderans also owns Bosley, which is America’s biggest hair transplant company. All of this is well-documented, just read Aderans’ annual report.
This is what we also know, at least since 2004-05: Bosley, which is owned by Aderans, has an exclusive agreement with Intercytex. Basically Intercytex has agreed to give Bosley first rights on Intercytex’s hair multiplication procedure known as ICX-TRC. This is documented in numerous news stories from 2004. Here’s a typical article:
Now isn’t this looking like a hair multiplication orgy? But it now everything begins to make sense. For example, now it makes sense why Aderans Research Inc has released basically NO new information since 2004-05: so as not to take funding/investors away from Intercytex. Now it makes sense why Ken Washenik says “2009-2010” even though Aderans Research Inc is only in Phase I trials: Intercytex will have small-scale commericalization by then. And now it makes sense why Aderans’ annual report is announcing commercialization plans in “2009”: this is when Intercytex’s Phase II trials on efficacy will be complete.
IT is all connected, my friends… Aderans wants to minimize its risk, so it will be using HM technology from BOTH Aderans Research Inc and Intercytex, with Aderans Research Inc providing a second-round HM procedure (say, in 2012 or later) after Intecytex’s first-round procedure (say, in 2010).
All the best,
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