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#1

Hair cloning?
Posted Saturday, May 05, 2007
According to Beverly Hills hair-restoration physician Craig Ziering, DO, hair-follice cloning—also known as hair multiplication or follicular neogenesis—is poised to make hair restoration surgery a viable option to patients who have not been candidates before. At present, 20,000 hairs is the maximum amount that can be discreetly taken from a donor site, but some patients may require as many as 60,000 hairs to restore natural density.

With follicle cloning, numerous hairs could be created from just one donor hair. This means there could potentially be an unlimited supply of donor hair, making restoration an option for patients who may not have enough hair for a transplant.

A sample is harvested from the donor, and then the follicle-inducing cells are isolated. They are then multiplied in a lab and subsequently re-implanted into the patient’s thinning or balding areas.

As with any new technology, there are potential downsides and questions. This process may cost-prohibitive for the consumer. And while researchers have successfully cloned hairs in the lab, getting them to survive for more than one growth cycle has been a challenge.

See link
http://www.newbeauty.com/DailyBeauty/Entry.aspx?ID=757


#2

» Hair cloning?
» Posted Saturday, May 05, 2007
» According to Beverly Hills hair-restoration physician Craig Ziering, DO,
» hair-follice cloning—also known as hair multiplication or follicular
» neogenesis—is poised to make hair restoration surgery a viable option
» to
patients who have not been candidates before. At present,
» 20,000 hairs is the maximum amount that can be discreetly taken from a
» donor site, but some patients may require as many as 60,000 hairs to
» restore natural density.
»
» With follicle cloning, numerous hairs could be created from just one donor
» hair. This means there could potentially be an unlimited supply of donor
» hair, making restoration an option for patients who may not have enough
» hair for a transplant.
»
» A sample is harvested from the donor, and then the follicle-inducing cells
» are isolated. They are then multiplied in a lab and subsequently
» re-implanted into the patient’s thinning or balding areas.
»
» As with any new technology, there are potential downsides and questions.
» This process may cost-prohibitive for the consumer. And while researchers
» have successfully cloned hairs in the lab, getting them to survive for
» more than one growth cycle has been a challenge.
»
» See link
» http://www.newbeauty.com/DailyBeauty/Entry.aspx?ID=757
Hey BALDIE42, nobody answers these topics because it’s information we already know.
Please take a look at the forum before posting. :waving:
:ok: Cheers


#3

»
» Hey BALDIE42, nobody answers these topics because it’s information we
» already know.
» Please take a look at the forum before posting. :waving:
» :ok: Cheers

I like reading these posts…and am glad he is willing to find them and post them…face it, if we only want factual info from ICX or Anderans, we will not be posting much during testing…these articles are if anything, positive…It shows that HM is not fiction anymore…I remember a couple of years ago if you looked up hair cloning you found almost nothing on hair and alot on regular cloning…now it has become mainstream…and these articles also many times contain small bits of info that I didnt know…so keep posting them…I would much rather read them than some arguement between two forum members


#4

» » Hair cloning?
» » Posted Saturday, May 05, 2007
» » According to Beverly Hills hair-restoration physician Craig Ziering,
» DO,
» » hair-follice cloning—also known as hair multiplication or follicular
» » neogenesis—is poised to make hair restoration surgery a viable
» option
» » to
patients who have not been candidates before. At present,
» » 20,000 hairs is the maximum amount that can be discreetly taken from a
» » donor site, but some patients may require as many as 60,000 hairs to
» » restore natural density.
» »
» » With follicle cloning, numerous hairs could be created from just one
» donor
» » hair. This means there could potentially be an unlimited supply of
» donor
» » hair, making restoration an option for patients who may not have enough
» » hair for a transplant.
» »
» » A sample is harvested from the donor, and then the follicle-inducing
» cells
» » are isolated. They are then multiplied in a lab and subsequently
» » re-implanted into the patient’s thinning or balding areas.
» »
» » As with any new technology, there are potential downsides and
» questions.
» » This process may cost-prohibitive for the consumer. And while
» researchers
» » have successfully cloned hairs in the lab, getting them to survive for
» » more than one growth cycle has been a challenge.
» »
» » See link
» » http://www.newbeauty.com/DailyBeauty/Entry.aspx?ID=757
» Hey BALDIE42, nobody answers these topics because it’s information we
» already know.
» Please take a look at the forum before posting. :waving:
» :ok: Cheers

Hi hairyoudoing

I highlighted the bit I thought was different.I also put these on the forum,due to how quiet the forum is at present,YES NO NEW STUFF!

Maybe someone could phone Farjo Clinic or Intercytex,perhaps.I can’t do that,I have phoned the Farjo Clinic enough earlier this year.It aways makes me feel like a sad bast… wanting more hair,or they must think its that pest again.

I also emailed Intercytex,twice,of which I got replies.They was not giving anything away at that time.

I have taken to shaving my hair all off,which is a pain,as you have to do it 3 to 4 times a week,but I’m getting used to it.It looks better than horrible thinning hair.

ROLL ON ICX-TRC!


#5

» »
» » Hey BALDIE42, nobody answers these topics because it’s information we
» » already know.
» » Please take a look at the forum before posting. :waving:
» » :ok: Cheers
»
» I like reading these posts…and am glad he is willing to find them
» and post them…face it, if we only want factual info from ICX or
» Anderans, we will not be posting much during testing…these articles
» are if anything, positive…It shows that HM is not fiction anymore…I
» remember a couple of years ago if you looked up hair cloning you found
» almost nothing on hair and alot on regular cloning…now it has become
» mainstream…and these articles also many times contain small bits of
» info that I didnt know…so keep posting them…I would much
» rather read them than some arguement between two forum members

Thank you Raptor!


#6

» Hi hairyoudoing
»
» I highlighted the bit I thought was different.I also put these on the
» forum,due to how quiet the forum is at present,YES NO NEW STUFF!

Ok man, It seems that people find your posts useful, so keep posting!.
»
» Maybe someone could phone Farjo Clinic or Intercytex,perhaps.I can’t do
» that,I have phoned the Farjo Clinic enough earlier this year.It aways
» makes me feel like a sad bast… wanting more hair,or they must think its
» that pest again.

This is a great idea. Somebody living near the clinic should phone them.(I live in south america, so a phone call to the UK migh cost my whole salary :frowning: :crying: )
»
» I also emailed Intercytex,twice,of which I got replies.They was not giving
» anything away at that time.
»

What do you mean?, no new info on these mails?
» I have taken to shaving my hair all off,which is a pain,as you have to do
» it 3 to 4 times a week,but I’m getting used to it.It looks better than
» horrible thinning hair.
»

Yes man, it’s like a pain in the ass. I used to do it but now I just let my thinning hair long and don’t care(it’s winter here!).

» ROLL ON ICX-TRC!

By The Way: where do you live?

Cheers!


#7

» By The Way: where do you live?
»
» Cheers!

I actually live within the trial area for ICX-TRC.Of which I tried to get on,but that all amounted to a big nothing.If you look back at my listings you will see what I mean.

I’m about an hour away from the Farjo Clinic in Manchester.


#8

» » By The Way: where do you live?
» »
» » Cheers!
»
» I actually live within the trial area for ICX-TRC.Of which I tried to get
» on,but that all amounted to a big nothing.If you look back at my listings
» you will see what I mean.
»
» I’m about an hour away from the Farjo Clinic in Manchester.

This sounds like a great opportunity to develop spy skills :slight_smile:


#9

»
» This sounds like a great opportunity to develop spy skills :slight_smile:

Yeah lets make a plan!

By the way Baldie42, consider the possibilities you have if trc goes commercial in 2008.
Think positively!:ok:


#10

» »
» » This sounds like a great opportunity to develop spy skills :slight_smile:
»
» Yeah lets make a plan!
»
» By the way Baldie42, consider the possibilities you have if trc goes
» commercial in 2008.
» Think positively!:ok:

My name,number and address is already down.
They took the information for future reference.At the time I assumed for trials,but who knows.
I already think positive.I had an indepth conversation with Lesley at the Farjo Clinic regarding ICX-TRC.I believe they will get there.HOPEFULLY SOON!


#11

Hey Baldie,

I just wanted to add my two cents. I appreciate anybody who posts positive info here. I don’t post much, but I like to drop in and read the forums once in a while. It’s good to see the momentum that is being gained in solutions for hair loss. We live in a great time for that. I’ve been around for a while, and there wasn’t always this much hope, or ease of getting information. Also, I wanted to address your comment about shaving your head. I do the same. It’s really not a drudge for me; I just shave in the shower each morning. It takes just a couple minutes once you get the routine down. It’s one of the best decisions I ever made about my appearance. There used to be a stigma about guys (especially white guys) with shaved heads, but there isn’t much of that any more. I work at an office with about 60 other guys. One of the attractive women from work and I were talking the other day. I was trying to help her with boyfriend issues. (She knows I’m taken, lol.) Anyway, she told me that she and another woman had rated all the top guys in appearance at work a few months ago. Originally, she had me at number 2, but she’s moved me up to number 1 since then. I know… very sophomoric, but I’ll take it. It helps to know that, when some idiot at work makes the inevitable joke about my shaved head shining in the sun or something like that, I can just smile and know that most of the women would take me over him any day. By the way, it helps that I do my best to stay fit. If you’re intelligent, funny, fit and just an all around decent guy, hair becomes a very small part of the equation. You would have had a hard time convincing me of that at one time because I was way too focused on the negative aspects of hair loss. Now I have no doubt that it’s true.