» » I’m excited as heck! But yet, i’m realistic and don’t expect it to be
» » for another 3-4 years AT LEAST. I turn 24 in a month, so I can be
» The maddening thing for me, as someone whose hair loss is rather mild (for
» the moment) is not knowing. If it came out in 2008 (unlikely) then I would
» be vastly relieved because we would then see board users posting before and
» afters, lots of pics etc, like the HT board.
» But all this speculation, gossip and outright lies drives me round the
Unfortunately, what everyone is excited about is what we already knew. All we saw were pictures of the Phase 1 patients. Anyone who so much as comes here once a year would already know that new hair was grown and/or rejuvenated during that test.
I have to admit, it is a positive thing to see the FIRST EVER pictures, but we all knew they were out there, right guys? HM is still something that needs certain time to evolve and become efficient. How long, I care not to speculate.
I wonder how many people really want to run right out and get the procedure done as soon as it’s available?
This tech. has very promising potential. It has a lot of money and educated people behind it. It also has some really good hype which makes for a wonderful triple-threat. The only thing slowing it down is the R & D which needs that necessary time to regulate, develop and economize.
For those people who are right on the fence with a quickly receding head, just understand that the situation will only get better for you. Do not make any cornered decisions that you may regret. Two hairs lost today is four you will regain at a later date. And even more so, as the global economy wakes up and realizes the potential cash available to a permanent solution to our dilemma (and we all know what a permanent solution is these days), science will never stop searching for the cure. It is a real situation that people are striving to fix! Research is not going away.
Patience is a virtue. Hang tight all.