» The problem is that nobody really knows the truth about hair
» multiplication. The concept has validity, but the researchers aren’t
» talking, and for all we know the aesthetics may be un acceptable, it may
» be inconsistant, prone to tumors, high costs, lengthy approval timelines
» or problamatic protocols.
» We all try to be optimistic, but the process seems to offer little more
» than hype and hope at this point. And who, in their right mind would jump
» in head first(literally)at this point. Maybe a few desperate souls with
» nothing to lose perhaps.
» If this process was approved tomorrow I would wait at least five years
» to see the semi-long term results, before I took the plunge.
» I don’t recommend transplants for anyone. Knowing what I know about the
» process of hair restoration I think acceptance of a naturally balding
» condition is quite acceptable. For those that have already exposed
» themselves to the limitations of transplants, I suppose the thought of
» hair multiplication offers some relief. Let’s keep our fingers crossed.
The tumors is what scares me a bit. But I don’t like or trust the arrogant tone people make about it not being here until 60 years later on other boards. Granted, these people were promised it since the 80’s. It just was never a concern later when Rogaine and Propecia came out. I have faith in Intercytex.
I don’t believe the pessimists or the optimists about this procedure. I do keep my fingers crossed. I do think when it comes out, it’s going to change the world. When it does come out, I’m going to Europe to get this. I’m not waiting for this to come to the U.S.