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Histogen raises $10 million


#1

http://www.socaltech.com/histogen_raises___m/s-0032513.html

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Histogen Raises $10M

San Diego-based Histogen, a developer of regenerative medicine products, announced today that it has raised $10M in a Series A financing round. The financing came from private investors, including Secure Medical, Leonard Lavin, Lordship Ventures, and Angus Mitchell. Histogen is developing regenerative medicine products which do not contain embryonic stem cells or animal components, and are being applied to hair regrowth, skincare, and oncology. The firm said it is in the midst of a $23M, Series B financing which already has commitments. Histogen said it is scheduled to begin a Phase I/II clinical trail of a hair stimulating product in Spring 2011, and is also in the process of beginning a clinical study for a compound for the treatment of carcinomatosis.


#2

» http://www.socaltech.com/histogen_raises___m/s-0032513.html
»
» Tuesday, November 30, 2010
»
» Histogen Raises $10M
»
» San Diego-based Histogen, a developer of regenerative medicine products,
» announced today that it has raised $10M in a Series A financing round. The
» financing came from private investors, including Secure Medical, Leonard
» Lavin, Lordship Ventures, and Angus Mitchell. Histogen is developing
» regenerative medicine products which do not contain embryonic stem cells or
» animal components, and are being applied to hair regrowth, skincare, and
» oncology. The firm said it is in the midst of a $23M, Series B financing
» which already has commitments. Histogen said it is scheduled to begin a
» Phase I/II clinical trail of a hair stimulating product in Spring 2011, and
» is also in the process of beginning a clinical study for a compound for the
» treatment of carcinomatosis.

This is great news! Just as in politics no one ever failed in their campaign because of TOO much money.


#3

I’m glad to see Histogen finally secured some funding.
Hopefully the cash will go far in Singapore.

» http://www.socaltech.com/histogen_raises___m/s-0032513.html
»
» Tuesday, November 30, 2010
»
» Histogen Raises $10M
»
» San Diego-based Histogen, a developer of regenerative medicine products,
» announced today that it has raised $10M in a Series A financing round. The
» financing came from private investors, including Secure Medical, Leonard
» Lavin, Lordship Ventures, and Angus Mitchell. Histogen is developing
» regenerative medicine products which do not contain embryonic stem cells or
» animal components, and are being applied to hair regrowth, skincare, and
» oncology. The firm said it is in the midst of a $23M, Series B financing
» which already has commitments. Histogen said it is scheduled to begin a
» Phase I/II clinical trail of a hair stimulating product in Spring 2011, and
» is also in the process of beginning a clinical study for a compound for the
» treatment of carcinomatosis.


#4

http://www.histogen.com/aboutus/news_events.htm#31
:ok:


#5

OMG Only 10 Million Dollars, they will fail guys they will fail.

Singapore is very expensive to work there OMG those 10 Mills will be down the drain.

They don´t know jacksh_it Histogen will fail like all the others.

The only REAL solution right now is FUT.

Good Lord :slight_smile: how can people actually write this kind of stuff and dont die of stupidness.

SO its more then just good news


#6

» OMG Only 10 Million Dollars, they will fail guys they will fail.
»
» Singapore is very expensive to work there OMG those 10 Mills will be down
» the drain.
»
» They don´t know jacksh_it Histogen will fail like all the others.
»
» The only REAL solution right now is FUT.
»
» Good Lord :slight_smile: how can people actually write this kind of stuff and dont
» die of stupidness.
»
» SO its more then just good news

Its official, Leeroy Jenkins is an old school Hair Transplant Surgeon