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Histogen\'s hair loss treatment does not require wounding


#1

I just got an email from them in which they stated that they tested their compound with and without wounding as part of their pilot study protocol and they saw no added benefit.


#2

» I just got an email from them in which they stated that they tested their
» compound with and without wounding as part of their pilot study protocol
» and they saw no added benefit.

Who says wounding would help anyway? wounding makes sense only if you are using Acell, where did you get the idea that wounding will makes a difference? It only applies to Acell .


#3

» I just got an email from them in which they stated that they tested their
» compound with and without wounding as part of their pilot study protocol
» and they saw no added benefit.

Gail already mentioned that in her interview earlier. One of the 4 tests sites on a patient’s head was wounding it with a laser to see if injecting histogen’s HSC into the area might increase hair growth over a non-wounded site treated with HSC.

The wounding did not see any increase in hair growth over the non-wounded site.

I guess they wanted to see if HSC might be even more effective if a wounded site caused stem cells to accumulate and produce more hair. This was probably an attempt to simulate the findings of follica which claims that epidermal disruption can lead to formation of new hair follicles.

This is good news for us as the procedure is less invasive.


#4

» » I just got an email from them in which they stated that they tested
» their
» » compound with and without wounding as part of their pilot study protocol
» » and they saw no added benefit.
»
» Gail already mentioned that in her interview earlier.

Right. But you shouldn’t blame them: They have no time for facts and doing their own research - they are too busy with blaming IronMan.


#5

» Right. But you shouldn’t blame them: They have no time for facts and doing
» their own research - they are too busy with blaming IronMan.

You have yourself to blame.

You keep on attacking and being aggressive towards other people. What is your problem?

Nobody is asking you to do any research. Participation here is voluntary.


#6

» » » I just got an email from them in which they stated that they tested
» » their
» » » compound with and without wounding as part of their pilot study
» protocol
» » » and they saw no added benefit.
» »
» » Gail already mentioned that in her interview earlier.
»
» Right. But you shouldn’t blame them: They have no time for facts and doing
» their own research - they are too busy with blaming IronMan.

btw - look what I posted just recently:

http://www.hairsite.com/hair-loss/board_entry-id-78435.html#p78458

Normally there should be no reason for asking with multiply threads always the same questions. A fact-sheet is a fact-sheet. And if someone likes to read crap after crap instead of - it’s up to you.