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Anti-aging protein reverses hair loss, improves stamina in mice


#1

As always, everything works miracles on mice. But it’s going to be tested in humans.

http://newatlas.com/anti-aging-protein-mice-restore-hair-loss/48606/

And I think this is a different research (but not really sure): http://www.kurzweilai.net/scientists-reverse-aging-in-mice-by-repairing-damaged-dna


#2

Yeah it doesn’t count unless these are human trials. We now know that the results do not translate to humans that easily.


#3

http://www.cell.com/cell/abstract/S0092-8674(17)30246-5
How hard would it be to get this peptide? This is a great discovery if nothing else for your health.


#4

@superhl that link is broken…


#5

try now


#6

Thanks


#7

I wonder if we could get some black-market company to make it. There are blackmaket companies making hair loss drugs like RU58841 so I wonder if we could get one to make this stuff.


#9

Isn’t the incentive for black market companies to sell fake products? I mean, nobody is going to sue them…


#10

@jarjarbinx’s (factitious) contribution and roger_that’s response:

Never use black market products. Hair restoration is in a constant state of innovation right now. However, black market means no oversight. A krokodil cook is still using a chemistry. Legitimate MDs would almost always keep their license over working with unnecessarily dangerous products. PRP + ACell, for instance, both encourages hair growth and retention for up to several years.

As for the article, seems interesting. Maybe it will lead to something.