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#1

ARI has been running ads in the Washington Post’s EXPRESS free newspaper every day, seeking test subjects for their “cell based hair restoration study”. They are seeking healthy males and females from 18-65, with pronounced thinning on the crown, who have not been taking hairloss medications for a year.

Has anyone here seen similar ads in your local papers, and has anyone answered the ads and become a test subject?


#2

» ARI has been running ads in the Washington Post’s EXPRESS free newspaper
» every day, seeking test subjects for their “cell based hair restoration
» study”. They are seeking healthy males and females from 18-65, with
» pronounced thinning on the crown, who have not been taking hairloss
» medications for a year.
»
» Has anyone here seen similar ads in your local papers, and has anyone
» answered the ads and become a test subject?

See the ads here:
http://www.expressnightout.com/printedition/PDF/EXPRESS_07062009.pdf
On page 27.

http://metropoint.metro.lu/20090619_NewYork.pdf on page 29.

Don’t expect me to answer the ad, I live in Europe. :slight_smile:

Regards,

LL.


#3

Its been a good idea to open a new thread about this subject.
Note that the ad says they are looking for both men and women!! not like the crappy ICX trials that wanted only men and left a solution for women for the future. This can only mean that ARI is seeking for an universal treatment.

Also, note that they are looking for people with prominent and dinstinct area of hair loss in the crown. This means that they are seeking a cure that includes totally bald areas, not just “thinning areas”. Remember that ICX was always talking about curing young men with just thinning scalps, and also said that TRC would be a “filler” in conjunction with a hair transplant. All that crap, remember?

It seems that ARI is finally a serious contender.

Well, as you see, an advertisement can be a good source of information., I think.

» » ARI has been running ads in the Washington Post’s EXPRESS free newspaper
» » every day, seeking test subjects for their “cell based hair restoration
» » study”. They are seeking healthy males and females from 18-65, with
» » pronounced thinning on the crown, who have not been taking hairloss
» » medications for a year.
» »
» » Has anyone here seen similar ads in your local papers, and has anyone
» » answered the ads and become a test subject?
»
» See the ads here:
» http://www.expressnightout.com/printedition/PDF/EXPRESS_07062009.pdf
» On page 27.
»
» http://metropoint.metro.lu/20090619_NewYork.pdf on page 29.
»
» Don’t expect me to answer the ad, I live in Europe. :slight_smile:
»
» Regards,
»
» LL.


#4

They accept men and women of all ages (18 to 65). with prominent balding. Clearly, they seek for a truly universal treatment.

» Its been a good idea to open a new thread about this subject.
» Note that the ad says they are looking for both men and women!! not like
» the crappy ICX trials that wanted only men and left a solution for women
» for the future. This can only mean that ARI is seeking for an universal
» treatment.
»
» Also, note that they are looking for people with prominent and dinstinct
» area of hair loss in the crown. This means that they are seeking a cure
» that includes totally bald areas, not just “thinning areas”. Remember that
» ICX was always talking about curing young men with just thinning scalps,
» and also said that TRC would be a “filler” in conjunction with a hair
» transplant. All that crap, remember?
»
» It seems that ARI is finally a serious contender.
»
» Well, as you see, an advertisement can be a good source of information., I
» think.
»
»
»
»
» » » ARI has been running ads in the Washington Post’s EXPRESS free
» newspaper
» » » every day, seeking test subjects for their “cell based hair
» restoration
» » » study”. They are seeking healthy males and females from 18-65, with
» » » pronounced thinning on the crown, who have not been taking hairloss
» » » medications for a year.
» » »
» » » Has anyone here seen similar ads in your local papers, and has anyone
» » » answered the ads and become a test subject?
» »
» » See the ads here:
» » http://www.expressnightout.com/printedition/PDF/EXPRESS_07062009.pdf
» » On page 27.
» »
» » http://metropoint.metro.lu/20090619_NewYork.pdf on page 29.
» »
» » Don’t expect me to answer the ad, I live in Europe. :slight_smile:
» »
» » Regards,
» »
» » LL.


#5

Man it wil take 10 years at least and 20 years probably before a real thing is on the market. It is just that way, sorry I cannot change this.

The last 20 years, what kind of miracle did it bring us? I can only remember propecia and avodart (and minox).

If something real is pronounced (tested on humans and proved well etc) today, than it will still take 5 more years to see it on the market. What have we now, Follica e.g.?

This disease is worthless and hopeless, it kills our lives and nobody can do anything about it!?


#6

» Don’t expect me to answer the ad, I live in Europe. :slight_smile:

Same for me. I wish i lived near where the trials are undergoing. :expressionless: