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I\'m going to email Intercytex & Farjo - Question to be asked - advise please


#1

I have decided to email Intercytex and the Farjo Clinic.

I have got a few ideas of questions to ask,regarding their confusing preliminary report,but I would like a few more ideas.

Intercytex used to answer emails,with information,before they put Frequently Asked Questions page on their website,after that they just told you to look there.Who knows we may get a better answer now,so what we got to lose.

Come on list the questions I have to ask.


#2

I just slapped this together.

You have a large and loyal following on hairsite.com that’s become somewhat disillusioned with your latest March 18th report. First and foremost, we’re not asking for proprietary data, or seeking privileged information; however, we hope you could address the following concerns briefly:

  1. Our greatest concern was the lack of photos and/or statistics. Have you experienced more consistency with your latest cohort? Do you have any photos, and or updated percentages?
  2. Your report caused much debate regarding the future of TRC.
  3. If Intercytex is still pursuing TRC, do you have any data that supports repeat treatment (ei. treating a balding area until desired density is achieved)?

#3

My Question:

Hello. Thanks to Internet forums some HT doctors are capable to raise tons of money in a week and create clinics without any marketing campaing.

Is possible that the whole internet community around HM will contribute to ICX finacial giving our money for some injections?


#4

Before and after pictures , enough said.

Where are they. If they only shot up one square inch…then I want to see that one square inch. No runarounds goddammit. They want to sell this thing don’t they? Would you buy a car by just hearing that it was SIGNIFIGANLTY nice? Yeah, me either.


#5

http://www.hairsite.com/hair-loss/board_entry-id-24007.html

That literally was the kind of picture that I was expecting from this trial. I guess I had my hopes up very high. I thought they were going to take bald guys and shoot’em up and give’em hair this time around, and they were going to look about like that. Not super-thick like a kid with no MPB at all, but about as much hair as one of the better hair transplants with only 120 donor hairs sacraficed---------------so it could have been done again in a year or two and made a “wow” result…


#6

These could be a few:

1–Why are you stopping putting money on TRC? Is it because of the credit crunch, ?
2–Is TRC’s launch still planned for 2010?
3–Could you please post numbers of hairs for the preestimulated trialists. Absolute numbers, not percentages. And please, could you specify if the treated area was totally bald or thinning, and could you specify the number of preexisting hairs?
4–direction: don’t you think it is already time to talk about this issue?
5–What happened to the Phase Ia trialists? The first report said that 5/7 of them had increased numbers. Do they, as of today, keep that condition?
6–In particular, what happened to Dr. Kemp 66 new hairs? Are they still alive?
7–Could you post Vavelta photos? Vavelta has been already launched, I can’t see photos anywhere. I don’t see any reason why you don’t post any photos of Vavelta trialists.


#7

This is a nice lady.
She is significantly beautiful.
Would you marry her?

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#8

Hey BALDIE42,

Can you ask them these questions too…

  1. Why have you decided to stop funding ICX-TRC after spending time and money on it?
  2. This product is probably your best marketable product you have, and you say you are seeing significant results so why don’t you display these results?
  3. What is the future of ICX-TRC now?

#9

» I have decided to email Intercytex and the Farjo Clinic.
»
» I have got a few ideas of questions to ask,regarding their confusing
» preliminary report,but I would like a few more ideas.
»
» Intercytex used to answer emails,with information,before they put
» Frequently Asked Questions page on their website,after that they just told
» you to look there.Who knows we may get a better answer now,so what we got
» to lose.
»
» Come on list the questions I have to ask.

wait 2-3 days, please.
I’ll post a set of questions suggested from the members of the italian forum I belong to.

thx


#10

» This is a nice lady.
» She is significantly beautiful.
» Would you marry her?
»
»
»
» .

Good one spanish…thats exactly how I feel. They have rechecked three of the men at six months. There is no way they didnt photograph them. There is no way they didn’t compare the before and afters… There is no way the didn’t do hair counts…


#11

yes, and they must know if direction is good or not. Colour, texture, and if the hairs cycle (the first trialists were treated several years ago now).


#12

This from Intercytex’s website:

In this study, hair counts are obtained by shaving and photographing a small section of scalp, injecting it and then applying a specialised image analysis system to provide total hair count.

They DO have Before & After Pics!


#13

I know they have before and after pics goata007, why haven’t they released them and shown the world ?


#14

» I have decided to email Intercytex and the Farjo Clinic.
»
» I have got a few ideas of questions to ask,regarding their confusing
» preliminary report,but I would like a few more ideas.
»
» Intercytex used to answer emails,with information,before they put
» Frequently Asked Questions page on their website,after that they just told
» you to look there.Who knows we may get a better answer now,so what we got
» to lose.
»
»

ask 'em


#15

perfect, send it out. repeatedly!!!


#16

i emailed that bald lunatic Jim Kramer of CNBC’s mad money, see if hes got any ideas


#17

QUESTION: Can you deliver status reports on data that is clear and quantifiable?

(ie., PHASE II OF THE TRC PROGRAM–what REALLY HAPPENED TO THE TEST SUBJECTS??? HOW MANY HAIRS DID EACH OF THEM GROW??? )


#18

u send 50000 e mails to farjo i guarantee u he will not respond to a single 1


#19

» The questions were more rhetorical than inquisitive. At this point, I
» don’t really care what the responses are, since I likely won’t believe
» them anyway. ICX has really tanked on the credibility scale in my eyes.
» I mean, how in the hell do they explain showing all of those photos of
» wound healing and skin growth, etc., but no photos of HM if it really
» works??? The one close up photo they posted a while back (the circular
» one with the tattoo dots) is stupid. It really doesn’t show anything. I
» rank that photo up there with the shaky video of a supposed Big Foot
» that’s been played on t.v. for years by people who want you to believe
» that Big Foot really exists. What a joke.

Yes, that photo was posted on the Vavelta website. The document is signed by Paul Kemp himself. So it was not casual. The photos are not labelled, but you can see a before and after photo, with a lot of regrowth in the second. You see the fresh tatoo dots in the first one.

At first, I thought that Kemp had posted this photo to show us that TRC works, but he posted the photo in an “unoficial way” because the company policy was not to publish any photo. In a sense he has “filtering the photo to us” to tell us, “hey guys, have hope, this works.”

But now I am thinking why Kemp would post these photos IF TRC didn’t really work??? That would be very nasty of him, and totally unexpected.

Hey, I am going to include this question in the “Baldie42 list”.
And then going to bed.


#20

My second question was edited as well.
That was pretty immature of hairsite.