I knew this question was coming.
I have the copy of the act,which would be passed with or without amendments.
I will have to start my clinical trials as medical process,
not as a drug to be marketed like histogen or follica.
Regulations will be more relaxed for the autologous stemcell research and therapy(without claims) as a medical process, which ,is not marketed as a drug … but as a process under guidance and monitoring of registered medical practitioners.
There could be a possibilty that the law ,may allow and or accept similar clinical trials conducted elsewhere in the world,specially animal testing and or phase 1/2 clinical trial reports,especially if the new company has a joint venture in the clinical trials.
Hair doubling procedures will not have much effect after the new law is passed, as this require only minimal manipulation of stemcells/dp cells, on the same day of extraction.
In many medical processes,the human tissue and or stemcell,growth factors ,are even presently isolated and manipulated on same day…for example…platelet rich plasma used in intensive care unit patients ,supplied by blood banks,autologous fat transfers etc.
[quote][postedby]Originally Posted by jarjarbinx[/postedby]
What can you do then?
Let’s say that in 4 - 6 months you have figured out a way to produce a lot of regrowth by doing various cell treatments but if your government bans these treatments then what can you do? Won’t that stop you from performing these treatments on people?
It would be a shame if you found a way to solve the hairloss problem but could not offer the treatment.
Perhaps you could set up a clinic to do the treatments in some location where laws would never be passed prohibiting it. You yourself would have to relocate to that location. You could not trust someone else to do these complicated techniques. But that would be outlandish to move your clinic to some totally different location.[/quote]