I received this in email form from a well–respected HT doctor. I’m curious what people’s thoughts are about exosomes as a strategy to prevent or minimize hairloss.
"Exosomes seem to be the key ingredient in all methods of anti-aging medicine for hair including PRP, Amniotic Membrane, and Adipose Stem Cells. Will Exosomes alone provide a single solution? With this in mind, [the doctor] has begun to study the potential for a single solution to help individuals with androgenic alopecia maintain their hair as long as possible.
Exosomes are not stem cells. They are much smaller than cells and produced by stem cells. Exosomes are the particles which initiate protein formation by cells for regeneration, increased circulation, stem cell replacement. Put in a nutshell, these are the paracrine initiators, which are the primary ingredient in all forms of regenerative medicine. This is a single therapy, which has the most likely probability of replacing all other types of regenerative medicine in a singular treatment. While it remains to be seen if a single treatment can replace the combination of more invasive procedures such as stem cell harvesting and injection in combination, amniotic membrane, cytokine-rich plasma, and Acell. To help answer this question, [the doctor] will be collecting data to evaluate your response to treatment.
The product [the doctor] will administer contains 100 Billion exosomes per milliliter.
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What exosomes will do for you:
- - Hair that is minimizing/thinning – exosomes will add volume and thicken, giving you a healthier head of hair for men and women
- - Follicles that are in the resting phase – exosomes will wake them up and start them growing again, extending the growing phase and life of the follicle "*