It seems the board is acting strangely tonight, I didn’t see this thread before. I left this same comment in the other Histogen thread, It’s just little more info from someone at Histogen in the comments of the link SD left.
The question from someone was.
Histogen says the % change from Baseline to 1 year is +73.61%… but 179 hairs to 263 hairs is only a +47.21% increase, is it not?
And this was the response from Histogen
Thank you for your comment. You are correct, the numbers shown in the slides do show a 47.21% increase (179 to 263) which represents the increase in total hair count. In reviewing the actual numbers in the clinical data, the 73.61% increase is actually the increase in the terminal hairs in that subject. So, the numbers on the slide are correct - however, they relate to two different parameters measured (Total Hair Count and Terminal Hair Count).
We also saw statistical significance in multiple efficacy endpoints including Total Hair Count, Terminal Hair Count, Thickness and Hair Thickness Density. Also measured were Velus hair count, rate of growth, etc. Thank you for your astute observation. I think you would agree that this is very exciting considering it was an injection at baseline only.
Director of Clinical Affairs