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Even Rassman seems optimistc on Follica


#1

Even though it was last year, it seems that Rassman seems higher on Follica’s prospects then he ever did with ICX. Who’d a thunk it?


#2

It surprises me that you can get Rassman to even talk about Follica’s method in positive tones.

A hair transplant doctor is looking at the end of his career virtually overnight if Follica works.


#3

» It surprises me that you can get Rassman to even talk about Follica’s
» method in positive tones.
»
» A hair transplant doctor is looking at the end of his career virtually
» overnight if Follica works.

Rassmen is far enough along in his career that he doesn’t need to feel threatened by any new developments in the HM or HG industry. He’ll be retired in 5-10 years, which is when any of these new therapies will become comercially available.

Further, if Follica works, transplant docs will simply license the tech and apply it themselves, although I doubt they will be able to charge the same amount that they do for HTs, as the labor and speciality of talent is far less significant. If it is highly effective, though, they could make up the difference in volume, as just about everyone who’s lossing their hair would have it done.

Then again, it sounds like Follica’s approach would be much more suited to a dermatologist’s expertise, and as we all know, most HT are barely MDs, much less highly-specialized physcians like dermatologists.

Follica appears very confident in their approach, and being an American venture connected to a world-class American university, they will have to provide peer-reviewable results.


#4

» » It surprises me that you can get Rassman to even talk about Follica’s
» » method in positive tones.
» »
» » A hair transplant doctor is looking at the end of his career virtually
» » overnight if Follica works.
»
» Rassmen is far enough along in his career that he doesn’t need to feel
» threatened by any new developments in the HM or HG industry. He’ll be
» retired in 5-10 years, which is when any of these new therapies will become
» comercially available.
»
» Further, if Follica works, transplant docs will simply license the tech
» and apply it themselves, although I doubt they will be able to charge the
» same amount that they do for HTs, as the labor and speciality of talent is
» far less significant. If it is highly effective, though, they could make
» up the difference in volume, as just about everyone who’s lossing their
» hair would have it done.
»
» Then again, it sounds like Follica’s approach would be much more suited to
» a dermatologist’s expertise, and as we all know, most HT are barely MDs,
» much less highly-specialized physcians like dermatologists.
»
» Follica appears very confident in their approach, and being an American
» venture connected to a world-class American university, they will have to
» provide peer-reviewable results, unlike ICX.

One big fall then another,perhaps,don’t get taken in until they show proper evidence,to back it all up!

Mice seem to be able to grow alsorts!


#5

» » » It surprises me that you can get Rassman to even talk about Follica’s
» » » method in positive tones.
» » »
» » » A hair transplant doctor is looking at the end of his career
» virtually
» » » overnight if Follica works.
» »
» » Rassmen is far enough along in his career that he doesn’t need to feel
» » threatened by any new developments in the HM or HG industry. He’ll be
» » retired in 5-10 years, which is when any of these new therapies will
» become
» » comercially available.
» »
» » Further, if Follica works, transplant docs will simply license the
» tech
» » and apply it themselves, although I doubt they will be able to charge
» the
» » same amount that they do for HTs, as the labor and speciality of talent
» is
» » far less significant. If it is highly effective, though, they could
» make
» » up the difference in volume, as just about everyone who’s lossing their
» » hair would have it done.
» »
» » Then again, it sounds like Follica’s approach would be much more suited
» to
» » a dermatologist’s expertise, and as we all know, most HT are barely
» MDs,
» » much less highly-specialized physcians like dermatologists.
» »
» » Follica appears very confident in their approach, and being an American
» » venture connected to a world-class American university, they will have
» to
» » provide peer-reviewable results, unlike ICX.
»
» One big fall then another,perhaps,don’t get taken in until they show
» proper evidence,to back it all up!
»
» Mice seem to be able to grow alsorts!

Yeah they can grow anything on mice, I wouldn’t get too excited until they start human trials. That being said, it is refreshing to hear about a potential breakthrough that doesn’;t need FDA to approve. I think this is good news.


#6

Even if Folica do grow hair on man … and even if hair is DHT resistant- IT might still be like this ICX.

Itercytex newer crossed red line to become cure Still!! Even beside those grait results on human and growing real hair on humans