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Is there a way to communicate with HairClone?

A few years ago HairClone talked about 3-d methods of preserving SOME hair inductivity during culture and they indicated they intend to use those methods in a treatment for hair loss. Those methods for preserving inductivity left some things to be desired and it would appear better methods for preserving hair inductivity (during culture) have very recently been invented. I wonder if HairClone should consider using these new methods for preserving hair inductivity during culture. Does anyone here have an email address to communicate with HairClone?

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