No, I suspect something even worse may ne going on. I’m not sure, but it occurred to me that he might be fleecing not only the public, but also multiple investors and companies reliant on his work.
I am NOT saying his work is no good or not valuable. I think it’s legitimate scientific research.
But to me it looks like the Good Doctor is making a whole slew of DIFFERENT discoveries (som of them might overlap slightly or connect with others).
Then he is approaching the media and different investors and companies, and trying to market each one as a big “landmark” discovery, i.e. a potential “cure for baldness”. He contacts the media each time and tries to generate hype about each discovery. He’s done this at least 4-5 separate times, now, I think.
And he may be trying to sell each successive “discovery” to different companies or investors, making a bundle each time.
Not saying this is necessarily true, but trhis scenario has occurred to me…
» Last sunday on the baldtruth live radio show, Spencer Kobren was discussing
» the research by University of Pennsyvannia reseachers about the cause of
» baldness related to faulty stem cells.
» As you know in the end of most news article it stated that even though it
» was an important piece of the puzzle, any solution would be a decade away.
» As you know Dr. Cotsarelis works for Follica, and one regular caller to the
» baldtruth radio show said that he strongly believes that Dr. Cotsralis is
» lying about the timeframe and only said “a decade away” to try and make
» sure competitors ie. Histogen, Aderans etc take there sweet time so that
» Follica can come out of nowhere and present a topical cream or injections
» in the next few years.