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Looks like the Acell scam is finally over!


#1

Good riddance to the Acell scam and to the suckers who believed it!!

hahahahhaha!!!


#2

» Good riddance to the Acell scam and to the suckers who believed it!!
»
» hahahahhaha!!!

I was very fond of Dr. Jones during the experiment, but now that the experiment has failed, I wonder why Dr. Jones is not updating the blog anymore. This really sucks.


#3

» Good riddance to the Acell scam and to the suckers who believed it!!
»
» hahahahhaha!!!

acell isn’t a scam or they wouldn’t have sent it to doctors around the world to try it,few days ago oprah winfrey talked about acell on her show and she asked if it could be used for hair loss and they said yes.the fact that dr.jones didn’t succeed doesn’t mean it’s a scam,maybe he didn’t use it in the right way but u probably don’t even know the meaning of scam or u wouldn’t have written such an idiotic post


#4

. . . and this thread’s entire existence was prompted by . . . ?


#5

» Good riddance to the Acell scam and to the suckers who believed it!!
»
» hahahahhaha!!!

Did somebody get scammed?


#6

Einstein’s Unified Field Theory failed, too. Oooooh … so he must have been a “scammer” and all those other physicists who worked on it could only be “suckers”. And how about 20 years of failed attempts at an AIDS vaccine by the National Institutes of Health? Well, that one’s easy, too: Scammers strike again, you suckers.

Yeah right. That’s really how serious research goes. If it doesn’t work, it’s just scams and suckers.


#7

» Einstein’s Unified Field Theory failed, too. Oooooh … so he must have
» been a “scammer” and all those other physicists who worked on it could
» only be “suckers”. And how about 20 years of failed attempts at an AIDS
» vaccine by the National Institutes of Health? Well, that one’s easy, too:
» Scammers strike again, you suckers.
»
» Yeah right. That’s really how serious research goes. If it doesn’t work,
» it’s just scams and suckers.

Great post!!!


#8

» Good riddance to the Acell scam and to the suckers who believed it!!
»
» hahahahhaha!!!

I don’t understand Dr Jones’ experiment…how the hell was that ever expected to work? I could see it making the scar tissue less but how is hair going to grow in scar tissue? There are no follicles in scar tissue for Acell to heal/regenerate.

What needs to be done with Acell…is first do a wounding using dermabrasion or peeling…then apply the Acell and see if that gives any results. Kind of like what Baccy and others did when they tried to replicate the Follica experiment. If an experiment was done in that matter with Acell and it failed then we could write it off…but not with the experiment that Dr. Jones performed…which was IMO a waste of time.


#9

» Good riddance to the Acell scam and to the suckers who believed it!!
»
» hahahahhaha!!!
I am reading this message board for long time and I know you are fckhrls.


#10

» » Good riddance to the Acell scam and to the suckers who believed it!!
» »
» » hahahahhaha!!!
» I am reading this message board for long time and I know you are fckhrls.

Why would I would I go through the trouble to create an alias just to talk about Acell? If I have something to say about Acell, I don’t need to pretend to be someone else just to post about it. Even if I did, there are enough people here who are skeptical about Acell that I don’t need to make up names to agree with me. I have a life - I don’t need to play games on an obscure hairloss website. Maybe if you had one, you’d see how preposterous your suspicion is.


#11

» Einstein’s Unified Field Theory failed, too. Oooooh … so he must have
» been a “scammer” and all those other physicists who worked on it could
» only be “suckers”. And how about 20 years of failed attempts at an AIDS
» vaccine by the National Institutes of Health? Well, that one’s easy, too:
» Scammers strike again, you suckers.
»
» Yeah right. That’s really how serious research goes. If it doesn’t work,
» it’s just scams and suckers.

There is a book explaining that Einstein was a plagiarist.
Apparently the equation E=mc2 was published in 1903 (Einstein did it in 1905).

I haven’t read the whole book (3000 pages) but it looks really interesting.
Its name is “The making of Saint Einstein”.


#12

Theres no axctual proof yet but the rep did say they are seeing regrowth of hair with one doctors case , but its in the early stages and he wouldnt comment on density.

We just gotta wait and see so far ACELL is 0-1 but it’s a seven game series


#13

The issue with Acell is that there are several different camps of expectations.

One group believes it will probably regrow hair and is only interested in that result.

Another group hopes it can erase strip-scars and would be happy with that.

Another group is angry because they feel that Acell has promised it can regrow hairs (even though it has done nothing of the sort) and they’re waiting for it to fail at the job.

Another group just wants to tear it down so badly that they’ll proclaim it a failure if it can’t regrow hairs, even if it DOES erase strip scars.


#14

» The issue with Acell is that there are several different camps of
» expectations.
»
»
» One group believes it will probably regrow hair and is only interested in
» that result.
»
» Another group hopes it can erase strip-scars and would be happy with that.
»
»
» Another group is angry because they feel that Acell has promised it can
» regrow hairs (even though it has done nothing of the sort) and they’re
» waiting for it to fail at the job.
»
» Another group just wants to tear it down so badly that they’ll proclaim it
» a failure if it can’t regrow hairs, even if it DOES erase strip scars.

Has anyone ever done a Follica type experiment with Acell? Meaning doing some sort of wounding/peel/abrasion and then applying Acell and see what happens. I think that would have the greatest chance of regrowing hairs with Acell…if Acell can indeed regrow hair.


#15

» » The issue with Acell is that there are several different camps of
» » expectations.
» »
» »
» » One group believes it will probably regrow hair and is only interested
» in
» » that result.
» »
» » Another group hopes it can erase strip-scars and would be happy with
» that.
» »
» »
» » Another group is angry because they feel that Acell has promised it can
» » regrow hairs (even though it has done nothing of the sort) and they’re
» » waiting for it to fail at the job.
» »
» » Another group just wants to tear it down so badly that they’ll proclaim
» it
» » a failure if it can’t regrow hairs, even if it DOES erase strip scars.
»
»
» Has anyone ever done a Follica type experiment with Acell? Meaning doing
» some sort of wounding/peel/abrasion and then applying Acell and see what
» happens. I think that would have the greatest chance of regrowing hairs
» with Acell…if Acell can indeed regrow hair.

yeah this would definately be worth trying. is it possible to obtain the stuff?


#16

I’ve only been suggesting this in every major Acell discussion for the last 1-2 years.


#17

» I’ve only been suggesting this in every major Acell discussion for the last
» 1-2 years.

I would have given it a try last year BUT Acell is only being sold to doctors - at least it was last time I asked them.


#18

Yeah, I remember that issue.

But it needs to be tried.

And anyone hoping for the HM docs to try it is smoking something. These guys may want to see some hair restoration progress too, but if simple Acell/abrasion works then they’re obsolete.

I’m honestly not all that confident that it would work. But we’d be fcuking idiots to stand around waiting for HM another 10-15 years while this idea remains untested.


#19

» Yeah, I remember that issue.
»
»
»
» But it needs to be tried.
»
» And anyone hoping for the HM docs to try it is smoking something. These
» guys may want to see some hair restoration progress too, but if simple
» Acell/abrasion works then they’re obsolete.
»
»
»
»
» I’m honestly not all that confident that it would work. But we’d be
» fcuking idiots to stand around waiting for HM another 10-15 years while
» this idea remains untested.

I think wounding the scalp and then applying Acell would only make the wound heal quicker, i don’t think it would help hair growth unless the wound went right down to the follicle.

Since we heard about Acell and the stanford study which uses an ECM which isn’t disimilar, i’ve been of the opinion that if Acell could be made into an injectable substance it could rejuvenate the resting follicles, I’m sure it would be worth trying both for us and Acell who would make an absolute fortune if it worked. I don’t know why they haven’t even attempted something like this, maybe Acell can’t be made into an injectable substance and that’s why they haven’t bothered, if anyone is in contact with them could you please ask them if it’s possible to make it injectable.


#20

The company has to set up a protocol and get Dermatologists (not HT surgeons) to test it out. This is such a simple experiment…that I am shocked they haven’t done this.