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#1

But it still will be “5 more years!” and it may be progressed since it will also save exprimentation on lab rats and that should make PETA happy :smiley:


#2

» But it still will be “5 more years!” and it may be progressed since it will
» also save exprimentation on lab rats and that should make PETA happy
» :smiley:
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» http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-1339485/Cure-baldness-horizon-scientists-grow-worlds-hair-follicle-using-stem-cells.html

This. Is not. A breakthrough.

Aderans, Intercytex, Trichoscience and Follica have all grown new hair follicles on mice… some of which did so more than 8 years ago.

  1. This is not a “new” discovery.

  2. 5 years, lmao. That doctor (like Washenik and Cotsarelis) has no idea how long clinical trials actually take.


#3

» » But it still will be “5 more years!” and it may be progressed since it
» will
» » also save exprimentation on lab rats and that should make PETA happy
» » :smiley:
» »
» »
» »
» http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-1339485/Cure-baldness-horizon-scientists-grow-worlds-hair-follicle-using-stem-cells.html
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» This. Is not. A breakthrough.

I think it is

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» Aderans, Intercytex, Trichoscience and Follica have all grown new hair
» follicles on mice… some of which did so more than 8 years ago.

This has nothing to do with A, I, T or F, here the hair follicle is grown in the lab and later transplanted into your head, it’s regenerative medicine and doesn’t mess with your metabolism ( like follica does, for example ). Yes, you still need a HT, but the donor problem it’s no relevant anymore

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» 1) This is not a “new” discovery.

I thnk it is

» 2) 5 years, lmao. That doctor (like Washenik and Cotsarelis) has no idea
» how long clinical trials actually take.

Yes, maybe you are right here


#4

» » » But it still will be “5 more years!” and it may be progressed since it
» » will
» » » also save exprimentation on lab rats and that should make PETA happy
» » » :smiley:
» » »
» » »
» » »
» »
» http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-1339485/Cure-baldness-horizon-scientists-grow-worlds-hair-follicle-using-stem-cells.html
» »
» » This. Is not. A breakthrough.
»
» I think it is
»
» »
» » Aderans, Intercytex, Trichoscience and Follica have all grown new hair
» » follicles on mice… some of which did so more than 8 years ago.
»
» This has nothing to do with A, I, T or F, here the hair follicle is grown
» in the lab and later transplanted into your head, it’s regenerative
» medicine and doesn’t mess with your metabolism ( like follica does, for
» example ). Yes, you still need a HT, but the donor problem it’s no relevant
» anymore
»
»
» »
» » 1) This is not a “new” discovery.
»
» I thnk it is
»
» » 2) 5 years, lmao. That doctor (like Washenik and Cotsarelis) has no
» idea
» » how long clinical trials actually take.
»
» Yes, maybe you are right here

Those are fair points. For the time being, however, I’ll agree to disagree (ICX had been developing “proto-hairs” for awhile before they sold their assets, which were very similar to this German technology).


#5

» Those are fair points. For the time being, however, I’ll agree to disagree
» (ICX had been developing “proto-hairs” for awhile before they sold their
» assets, which were very similar to this German technology).

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