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#1

I have nw2 and I`m treating with finasteride 1mg;-) . I have one question:
ICX will release 48 week data on thinning areas in Q1 2009. What if those results will be positive and ICX will be able to stop further hair loss?
Will I be able to stop treating with finasteride and switch to ICX-TRC after it hits the market without any shedding?


#2

» I have nw2 and I`m treating with finasteride 1mg;-) . I have one question:
»
» ICX will release 48 week data on thinning areas in Q1 2009. What if those
» results will be positive and ICX will be able to stop further hair loss?
» Will I be able to stop treating with finasteride and switch to ICX-TRC
» after it hits the market without any shedding?

If Icx work’s,you can get new Hair,but first,it must work!


#3

» I have nw2 and I`m treating with finasteride 1mg;-) . I have one question:
»
» ICX will release 48 week data on thinning areas in Q1 2009. What if those
» results will be positive and ICX will be able to stop further hair loss?
» Will I be able to stop treating with finasteride and switch to ICX-TRC
» after it hits the market without any shedding?

Lol I always liked these questions :smiley:

Do you think when antigravity boots hit the market, they will be under $1000 ?? I always wanted to know so if there is anyone who knows please say it now!


#4

I;m kinda like you not bald but thin out on top kinda like Jason Witten Dallas Cowboys wish something could come even if it’s not an all cure but get at least 25 to 40% rate back .
I also hope Intecyx come out or announces something /

Take Care


#5

We all hope about an intercytex success, the problem is that they are still not showing results


#6

all not…I do not wait nothing good come of intercytex before 2080… speak for yourselves.


#7

ICX’s situation has come under serious questioning during the last year or so. It’s not any one single issue, but the overall picture emerging from a lot of updates & reports (and what’s conspicuously present & missing from them).

The majority opinion around here has turned against the likelihood of ICX producing a commercially-viable product any time soon.

So much has been published & said about ICX in the past several years.

At this point you can basically pick and choose the info about the project you want to believe, and convince yourself of just about any timeline you want to hope for.

But right now, a full (finished stage#3) commercial release in 2009 is impossible. Just the raw amount of time that’s absolutely necessary to complete the legal steps is enough to rule that out now. They’re not even through with phase #2. And ICX itself is no longer even willing to pay for a phase #3 themselves.

2010 isn’t much more realistic either.

It’s Folica or bust. Nothing else is even close IMO.


#8

» I have nw2 and I`m treating with finasteride 1mg;-) . I have one question:
»
» ICX will release 48 week data on thinning areas in Q1 2009. What if those
» results will be positive and ICX will be able to stop further hair loss?
» Will I be able to stop treating with finasteride and switch to ICX-TRC
» after it hits the market without any shedding

I wouldn’t count on anything from Intercytex. I’m not counting on anything from anywhere on any timeframe. I’m just going to wait and hope that one of these companies comes up with a legitimate treatment


#9

» all not…I do not wait nothing good come of intercytex before 2080… speak
» for yourselves.

hoping is different from waiting


#10

» » all not…I do not wait nothing good come of intercytex before 2080…
» speak
» » for yourselves.
»
» hoping is different from waiting

I hope they come out with something really soon…they will not mention if they have a working treatment that will cure hairloss…they just dont wont cuz it will hurt their partners in the HT business who is feeding them money…at this point in time their should be at least a treatment that can be used to fill in thinning areas for those not completley bald…i mean come on its 2009 almost…they must have something that works…seriously…its been 11 years since prop came out…WTF!!! They are just holding off for a big success drug in the making to release…soemthing 100x better than prop…:slight_smile:


#11

“will hurt their partners in the HT business who is feeding them money”

A great number of men suffering from alopecia will not even entertain the idea of an HT without some form of HM available because of donor issues.

Now I do agree, there are probably a plethera of corrupt HT docs who are stupid enough not to see this, but HM will not kill the HT business. It will augument it. I highly doubt that any company that achieves HM will be able to provide correct consistancy–that’s where HT’s come in. I know some claim that full regeneration is on the horizon, but that’s just speculation–espcially when we don’t even have a partial re-generation option. Also, although I do like our moderator, it is my humble opinion that hairsite has been very unobjective in the face of legitimate gripes about this or that HM possibility.–otherwise he’s great.


#12

» “will hurt their partners in the HT business who is feeding them money”
»
»
» A great number of men suffering from alopecia will not even entertain the
» idea of an HT without some form of HM available because of donor issues.
»
»
» Now I do agree, there are probably a plethera of corrupt HT docs who are
» stupid enough not to see this, but HM will not kill the HT business. It
» will augument it. I highly doubt that any company that achieves HM will be
» able to provide correct consistancy–that’s where HT’s come in. I know
» some claim that full regeneration is on the horizon, but that’s just
» speculation–espcially when we don’t even have a partial re-generation
» option. Also, although I do like our moderator, it is my humble opinion
» that David (is that his name?) has been very unobjective in the face of
» legitimate gripes about this or that HM possibility.–otherwise he’s great.

I def agree with you on that…the only thing i am concerned is the HT industry wont allow ICX to make a claim that it works well is that people will not get HT’s till ICX brings it out to the market…1, 2 or even 3 years with no business to HT industry can really hurt them economicaly…i think we will hear from ICX randomly making a claim they have HM ready with out us even expecting it…


#13

» » “will hurt their partners in the HT business who is feeding them money”
» »
» »
» » A great number of men suffering from alopecia will not even entertain
» the
» » idea of an HT without some form of HM available because of donor
» issues.
» »
» »
» » Now I do agree, there are probably a plethera of corrupt HT docs who
» are
» » stupid enough not to see this, but HM will not kill the HT business.
» It
» » will augument it. I highly doubt that any company that achieves HM will
» be
» » able to provide correct consistancy–that’s where HT’s come in. I know
» » some claim that full regeneration is on the horizon, but that’s just
» » speculation–espcially when we don’t even have a partial re-generation
» » option. Also, although I do like our moderator, it is my humble
» opinion
» » that David (is that his name?) has been very unobjective in the face of
» » legitimate gripes about this or that HM possibility.–otherwise he’s
» great.
»
» I def agree with you on that…the only thing i am concerned is the HT
» industry wont allow ICX to make a claim that it works well is that people
» will not get HT’s till ICX brings it out to the market…1, 2 or even 3
» years with no business to HT industry can really hurt them economicaly…i
» think we will hear from ICX randomly making a claim they have HM ready with
» out us even expecting it…

there are 4 types of ppl here, pessimists, realists, optimists and quite large group of people you are member of. The naive.


#14

» » » “will hurt their partners in the HT business who is feeding them
» money”
» » »
» » »
» » » A great number of men suffering from alopecia will not even entertain
» » the
» » » idea of an HT without some form of HM available because of donor
» » issues.
» » »
» » »
» » » Now I do agree, there are probably a plethera of corrupt HT docs who
» » are
» » » stupid enough not to see this, but HM will not kill the HT business.
» » It
» » » will augument it. I highly doubt that any company that achieves HM
» will
» » be
» » » able to provide correct consistancy–that’s where HT’s come in. I
» know
» » » some claim that full regeneration is on the horizon, but that’s just
» » » speculation–espcially when we don’t even have a partial
» re-generation
» » » option. Also, although I do like our moderator, it is my humble
» » opinion
» » » that hairsite has been very unobjective in the face
» of
» » » legitimate gripes about this or that HM possibility.–otherwise he’s
» » great.
» »
» » I def agree with you on that…the only thing i am concerned is the HT
» » industry wont allow ICX to make a claim that it works well is that
» people
» » will not get HT’s till ICX brings it out to the market…1, 2 or even 3
» » years with no business to HT industry can really hurt them
» economicaly…i
» » think we will hear from ICX randomly making a claim they have HM ready
» with
» » out us even expecting it…
»
» there are 4 types of ppl here, pessimists, realists, optimists and quite
» large group of people you are member of. The naive.

Jeez man why u got to hate like that…lol…my theory makes sense…its business…thats what it all comes down too…MONEY!!! why would someone get an HT when they know in 2 years( IF ICX were to announce today HM will be in ur HT clinic in 2 years) HM will be available…that individual will wait 2 years to get it done…make sense…i would…why would i get something half ass and look like crap for 2 years…when i know if i wait i can get a nice looking head of hair…Now the business part comes in: if we all waited 2 years to get a transplant then the HT Clinic would hurt economicaly…so thats why i am saying they wont post any real results until like 6 months before a real market release…i believe they have something really good…they just dont want people like us to mess up their cashflow


#15

» … optimists and … naive.

In this case ( about hairloss, HM and follica ):
it’s more or less the same thing.


#16

Those sounds to me like all the “cure for hair loss suppressed!” conspiracies.

The idea assumes a big, organized, and like-minded group of “them” lording over everyone and everything in the hair research field. But the reality is that this is a whole bunch of organizations that are competing against each other in almost every way. Suppressing ANYTHING takes a willingness to sacrifice for the greater good that none of these orgainizations have.

Maybe ICX might have some reason to suppress their results. But at any time, whatever they were going to gain by suppressing is no more than they stand to lose if their research is percieved as falling behind. Suppressing anything significant is probably a pretty bad risk from where they’re sitting. They just don’t have all this money in the bag yet. They’re a company full of stockholders who have a legal right not to be drastically misled, and you just can’t keep a lid on it if they had something half as good as we really need from them to get our hair back.


#17

» Those sounds to me like all the “cure for hair loss suppressed!”
» conspiracies.
»
» The idea assumes a big, organized, and like-minded group of “them” lording
» over everyone and everything in the hair research field. But the reality
» is that this is a whole bunch of organizations that are competing against
» each other in almost every way. Suppressing ANYTHING takes a willingness
» to sacrifice for the greater good that none of these orgainizations have.
»
»
» Maybe ICX might have some reason to suppress their results. But at any
» time, whatever they were going to gain by suppressing is no more than they
» stand to lose if their research is percieved as falling behind.
» Suppressing anything significant is probably a pretty bad risk from where
» they’re sitting. They just don’t have all this money in the bag yet.
» They’re a company full of stockholders who have a legal right not to be
» drastically misled, and you just can’t keep a lid on it if they had
» something half as good as we really need from them to get our hair back.

Well said.