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Histogen HSC-001 latest clinical trials "huge fail"

of course Histogen’s press release paints a different picture, they sound pretty upbeat and are planning for the next clinical trial second half of 2021.

“We are encouraged that these results demonstrated that patients treated with HST-001 grow both terminal and vellus hairs in men with androgenic alopecia,” said Richard W. Pascoe, Histogen’s President and CEO. “Moreover, 84% of the subjects who received HST-001 responded to treatment over the 26-week period and the study drug was found to be safe and well-tolerated across all subjects. With this data in hand, we have begun planning for a more substantive clinical trial in men with androgenic alopecia with the goal of determining the best clinical pathway for future registration trials. We anticipate the trial will commence in the second half of 2021.”

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