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New ACell Photos on Dr. Robert Jones Site


#1

There are new photos on drrobertjones.com

It is still too early to make any judgements, but it just looks like a normal scar to me. You can see a ‘purple-ish’ color around the edges. Time will tell if any follicles are being regenerated.


#2

» There are new photos
» on drrobertjones.com
»
» It is still too early to make any judgements, but it just looks like a
» normal scar to me. You can see a ‘purple-ish’ color around the edges.
» Time will tell if any follicles are being regenerated.

Looks like new tissue is being generated in the “gap”.
Very interesting. lets keep watching. This is evolving very fast.
Its great to have so many updates.


#3

i wonder how it would have progressed if it was used on a regular stitched up revision, i think we would have known the outcome already. because it appears not only to be improving but doing so quite rapidly. thanks for the update


#4

Any news from Jones or Acell!Have they given a comment?


#5

i see two hairs inside the wound… but sure are survived from before… they have the same lenght of the others.


#6

» i see two hairs inside the wound… but sure are survived from before…
» they have the same lenght of the others.

yeah, I saw some hairs too but they were too long.
I think it is too soon. The new skin is barely formed yet.


#7

Yes,Iam too!
But in the old scar???


#8

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#9

» ?
i think it’s a coincidence… it’s too strange to see only two hairs of the same lenght of the others out of the scar…
we need to wait more… but seems promising


#10

» Any news from Jones or Acell!Have they given a comment?

They said that the pics look good at this point. Originally, they thought there may be some problems because of the fact that the wound “scabbed” (and wounds treated with Acell should not do so) but the most recent pics look good. They said it may be a while before we see actual hair regeneration (months). Time will tell.

Other doctors have not sent them pics.

Take Care,
Bill


#11

Willy,

Other posters have said that ACELL is typically applied to the wound area more than one time during the course of ACELL treatment, but that in this case it was only applied once, is this true or not?


#12

» » Any news from Jones or Acell!Have they given a comment?
»
» They said that the pics look good at this point. Originally, they thought
» there may be some problems because of the fact that the wound “scabbed”
» (and wounds treated with Acell should not do so) but the most recent pics
» look good. They said it may be a while before we see actual hair
» regeneration (months). Time will tell.
»
» Other doctors have not sent them pics.
»
» Take Care,
» Bill

Thank you Willy!
You’ve done so much for us.
My english is not so good,but i want tell you that i wish you only the best.
And if Acell grow new hair,you are my new god:-)

You also pass on to you!

Max


#13

» Willy,
»
» Other posters have said that ACELL is typically applied to the wound area
» more than one time during the course of ACELL treatment, but that in this
» case it was only applied once, is this true or not?

Manning said that it was applied several times. I think he said at least once a week so far.


#14

» » Willy,
» »
» » Other posters have said that ACELL is typically applied to the wound
» area
» » more than one time during the course of ACELL treatment, but that in
» this
» » case it was only applied once, is this true or not?
»
» Manning said that it was applied several times. I think he said at least
» once a week so far.

Thanks, and is Manning the guy is is being used on in the experiment???


#15

» Yes,Iam too!
» But in the old scar???

The old scar was excised, meaning completely removed, creating a fresh wound with no scar tissue. Any scarring the occurs now will be a new scar that may form through the healing process.


#16

» » Any news from Jones or Acell!Have they given a comment?
»
» They said that the pics look good at this point. Originally, they thought
» there may be some problems because of the fact that the wound “scabbed”
» (and wounds treated with Acell should not do so) but the most recent pics
» look good. They said it may be a while before we see actual hair
» regeneration (months). Time will tell.
»
» Other doctors have not sent them pics.
»
» Take Care,
» Bill

The wound did not scab until he removed the ACELL Wound Sheet. He should have applied a fresh one IMO and kept the wound covered. Once air hits an open wound it will scab.


#17

» » » Any news from Jones or Acell!Have they given a comment?
» »
» » They said that the pics look good at this point. Originally, they
» thought
» » there may be some problems because of the fact that the wound “scabbed”
» » (and wounds treated with Acell should not do so) but the most recent
» pics
» » look good. They said it may be a while before we see actual hair
» » regeneration (months). Time will tell.
» »
» » Other doctors have not sent them pics.
» »
» » Take Care,
» » Bill
»
» The wound did not scab until he removed the ACELL Wound Sheet. He should
» have applied a fresh one IMO and kept the wound covered. Once air hits an
» open wound it will scab.

Most likely, you’re correct. Hopefully, it doesn’t prevent a positive outcome (if it works at all). They are trying it on other patients, so if mistakes are made, they can revise procedures.


#18

» Willy,
»
» Other posters have said that ACELL is typically applied to the wound area
» more than one time during the course of ACELL treatment, but that in this
» case it was only applied once, is this true or not?

I’m not sure. Manning refers to Mike Manning…the rep at Acell.


#19

couldnt they just mix some acell powder with some sort of benign cream or topical ointment so it could be applied daily, even if were to scab over acell may still permeate the wound so there is a constant exposure to it,


#20

» couldnt they just mix some acell powder with some sort of benign cream or
» topical ointment so it could be applied daily, even if were to scab over
» acell may still permeate the wound so there is a constant exposure to it,

Acell is developing a gel to be used within the next year or so