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#1

Not sure if this was posted or not but here it goes.


#2

Yes, it was posted here. Not the article from xconomy, but the same info.
http://www.hairsite.com/hair-loss/forum_entry-id-66047.html

This is really important. Although initially Histogen reported (Hitzig himself) that improvement seemed to stop at 5-months, this update says the contrary, which is absolutely amazing. Its just an injection, and new hairs keep appearing after 12 months!!

The photos probably correspond to a “best case” but anyway, it is very encouraging indeed.

» Not sure if this was posted or not but here it goes.
»
» http://www.xconomy.com/san-diego/2010/04/14/histogen-reports-lasting-effects-in-small-study-of-baldness-treatment/


#3

Talking of Histogen: Did HairSite’s Q&A with Dr. Naughton ever take place?


#4

» Talking of Histogen: Did HairSite’s Q&A with Dr. Naughton ever take place?
No. Apparently Hairsite never found time to send the questions to Dr. Naughton.


#5

» » Talking of Histogen: Did HairSite’s Q&A with Dr. Naughton ever take
» place?
» No. Apparently Hairsite never found time to send the questions to Dr.
» Naughton.

Wow they never found time???

This is a big pile of BS if you ask me. The main thing on this site is “hair” and there is someone with promising results and hairsite never found time?

OMFG


#6

» » » Talking of Histogen: Did HairSite’s Q&A with Dr. Naughton ever take
» » place?
» » No. Apparently Hairsite never found time to send the questions to Dr.
» » Naughton.
»
» Wow they never found time???
»
» This is a big pile of BS if you ask me. The main thing on this site is
» “hair” and there is someone with promising results and hairsite never found
» time?
»
» OMFG

Most of the questions have been addressed already one way or another by their press release. Certain things are classified information. You can ask all you want but you are not going to get any answers until Histogen is ready.

Asking more questions doesn’t bring the technology to us sooner. You need to let Histogen do their work rather than engaging their time to fulfill your inquisitive mind.


#7

» » » » Talking of Histogen: Did HairSite’s Q&A with Dr. Naughton ever take
» » » place?
» » » No. Apparently Hairsite never found time to send the questions to Dr.
» » » Naughton.
» »
» » Wow they never found time???
» »
» » This is a big pile of BS if you ask me. The main thing on this site is
» » “hair” and there is someone with promising results and hairsite never
» found
» » time?
» »
» » OMFG
»
» Most of the questions have been addressed already one way or another by
» their press release. Certain things are classified information. You can ask
» all you want but you are not going to get any answers until Histogen is
» ready.
»
» Asking more questions doesn’t bring the technology to us sooner. You need
» to let Histogen do their work rather than engaging their time to fulfill
» your inquisitive mind.

:ok:


#8

LOOOL Hairsite.
The funny thing is that you and Histogen offered to conduct the Q&A session.
well, nevermind. The last update was fabulous, so for now I am quite satisfied with Histogen. we will see…

» » » » Talking of Histogen: Did HairSite’s Q&A with Dr. Naughton ever take
» » » place?
» » » No. Apparently Hairsite never found time to send the questions to Dr.
» » » Naughton.
» »
» » Wow they never found time???
» »
» » This is a big pile of BS if you ask me. The main thing on this site is
» » “hair” and there is someone with promising results and hairsite never
» found
» » time?
» »
» » OMFG
»
» Most of the questions have been addressed already one way or another by
» their press release. Certain things are classified information. You can ask
» all you want but you are not going to get any answers until Histogen is
» ready.
»
» Asking more questions doesn’t bring the technology to us sooner. You need
» to let Histogen do their work rather than engaging their time to fulfill
» your inquisitive mind.


#9

» LOOOL Hairsite.
» The funny thing is that you and Histogen offered to conduct the Q&A
» session.
» well, nevermind. The last update was fabulous, so for now I am quite
» satisfied with Histogen. we will see…
»
»
» » » » » Talking of Histogen: Did HairSite’s Q&A with Dr. Naughton ever
» take
» » » » place?
» » » » No. Apparently Hairsite never found time to send the questions to
» Dr.
» » » » Naughton.
» » »
» » » Wow they never found time???
» » »
» » » This is a big pile of BS if you ask me. The main thing on this site
» is
» » » “hair” and there is someone with promising results and hairsite never
» » found
» » » time?
» » »
» » » OMFG
» »
» » Most of the questions have been addressed already one way or another by
» » their press release. Certain things are classified information. You can
» ask
» » all you want but you are not going to get any answers until Histogen is
» » ready.
» »
» » Asking more questions doesn’t bring the technology to us sooner. You
» need
» » to let Histogen do their work rather than engaging their time to
» fulfill
» » your inquisitive mind.

I received this email a few days back from histogen.

Thank you for your interest and message. Histogen has recently completed the pilot clinical trial of HSC for hair regrowth, and will be entering into a Phase II equivalent trial late this year. The primary goal of the pilot trial was to examine safety of the HSC product, with efficacy being secondary. The next trial will further evaluate safety and efficacy, but will also examine optimal product dosing and delivery.


#10

I contacted Histogen regarding investment related info and got the following reply :

“Thank you for your interest and message. In response to your inquiry, Histogen is a private company. We are currently seeking Series B financing, and would be happy to provide information about the investment opportunity if this would be of interest.”

I looked up what Series B meant. And found the following info :

  • Series A, Series B, Series C, etc. Generally, the progression and price of stock at these rounds is an indication that a company is progressing as expected. Investors become concerned when a company has raised too much money in too many rounds, considering it a sign of delayed progress.

  • Series A’, B’, and so on. Indicate small follow-on rounds that are integrated into the preceding round, generally on the same terms, to raise additional funds.

So looks like they are progressing but still not listed on the stock market and only open to private investors, am I right?