» I spotted this on another site. People are debating if the treatment is
» affiliated with Foliica, or if it’s the beginning of a competing product.
» In any case, whether you hate him or love him - Dr Phil is involved as a
» willing guinea pig.
» ]A quote from the article: [/link]
» " (On a side note, if you don’t have much hair, like me, then this is
» not a big deal. But I will start some investigational ADULT stem cell
» topical therapy soon, and there is a 90 percent chance I will have a full
» head of hair in one year – so at that time I’ll be paying more attention
» to my hair care. Dr. Phil starts it this week.) "
That sounded like it was made up… but I actually found the quote on Dr Mercolas webpage : http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2008/3/22/can-greasy-hair-protect-your-lungs.aspx
I also found an article from the same webpage where the Follica treatment is mentioned as an stem cell therapy and commented by Dr Mercola :
We actually may have a guinea pig for the Follica trials here! And if Dr Phil actually is doing this (I have trouble believing this…) we will for sure see the progress on national television!
Follica is really taking a big chance if they are letting Dr Phil be a part of the trials. If it does not work everybody will see it with their own eyes. On the other hand, could it be that they are so sure that this is a hit that they need the best poster boy ever for their treatment? You could not choose a better person than Dr Phil in that case.
Im just speculating here, but you have to agree that this is some really interesting information!