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HairSite, I suggest an interview with Dr. Million Mulugeta of UCLA


#1

I think the fact that his compound produced 100% hairgrowth in mice is actually promising for human hairloss research, and there is a chance this may be replicated in humans. Since he works at UCLA, he should be pretty easy to reach and interview!


#2

» I think the fact that his compound produced 100% hairgrowth in mice is
» actually promising for human hairloss research, and there is a chance this
» may be replicated in humans. Since he works at UCLA, he should be pretty
» easy to reach and interview!

I wish something came of this research, but than I read this lovely tidbit about the fda.
http://www.chi.org/basicpage.aspx?id=8412


#3

»
» I wish something came of this research, but than I read this lovely tidbit
» about the fda.
» http://www.chi.org/basicpage.aspx?id=8412

I read that after seeing the link on Daphne Zohar’s twitter, it’s quite disheartening reading stuff like that, the FDA is a giant mess by the looks of things. It’s no surprise that companies are moving overseas to try and work faster.


#4

» » I wish something came of this research, but than I read this lovely
» » tidbit about the fda.
» » http://www.chi.org/basicpage.aspx?id=8412

» I read that after seeing the link on Daphne Zohar’s twitter, it’s quite
» disheartening reading stuff like that, the FDA is a giant mess by the looks
» of things. It’s no surprise that companies are moving overseas to try and
» work faster.

At least Histogen and Follica were wise enough to avoid this mess by going abroad.


#5

» » » I wish something came of this research, but than I read this lovely
» » » tidbit about the fda.
» » » http://www.chi.org/basicpage.aspx?id=8412
»
» » I read that after seeing the link on Daphne Zohar’s twitter, it’s quite
» » disheartening reading stuff like that, the FDA is a giant mess by the
» looks
» » of things. It’s no surprise that companies are moving overseas to try
» and
» » work faster.
»
» At least Histogen and Follica were wise enough to avoid this mess by going
» abroad.

Thats one of the reasons why i always stress that the FDA is not an important factor for something to be side effect free.

And yes thats why a lot of those biolabs come up with something in eastern regions. You can quote me that all of those latest research things will been transfered to partner universitys in asia.

We should be happy that some of them shifted already to asia. They have high standards there and a boomin biotech industry.

I bet the FDA wouldnt even gave Acell the FDA approval if the US military and government wouldnt have spend more then 250 billions in research etc.

But even the smallest lab rat (person) involved in such developments realised this and so in the future we should travel to asia for some things.

Just Look how many different research Labs israel has to offer

http://www.science.co.il/Biomedical-ResearchCtrs.asp

They even have a whole research programm to use the benefits of the dead sea.

Here an example for cell culture in general : http://www.iibr.gov.il/Biological-Sciences/Cell-Culture-Technologies.aspx

The smart ones are in asia right now :wink:


#6

Can you imagine spending over a billion dollars on a drug and waiting 7 to 10 years with a slim chance of approval through the FDA wall of beaurocracy.

That’s why fewer and fewer drugs are being brought to market. Companies rather sit on the cash.