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First time poster, but long time reader. Thought this was of serious interest with regard to the delivery mechnism if Intercytex solves the formula issues, particularly with regard to those nearing NW7. if they were able to use this technology, it would solve a major issue of thousands of injections over multiple sitings and could further alienate HT docs who might capitalize on handling the procedure for delivery.

notice that there prototype was able to do at least 400 injections per square inch, with the belief that this could be increased exponentially. that would give the requisite injections to return to a normal hair count per square centimeter

also, my main concern with Intercytex is not that they will not be able to grow hair from cells, but whether or not they can get them to grow where they want. you could have some really weird looking people who grow hair back in certain areas, but not others. the result would be baldling patterns that are atypical of MPB, i.e clumps of hair here, but not there. that would look really freaky, so my guess is that to be successful, they will have to have some high level of confidence that injections would either work wholesale or not at all.

» First time poster, but long time reader. Thought this was of serious
» interest with regard to the delivery mechnism if Intercytex solves the
» formula issues, particularly with regard to those nearing NW7. if they
» were able to use this technology, it would solve a major issue of
» thousands of injections over multiple sitings and could further alienate
» HT docs who might capitalize on handling the procedure for delivery.
»
» notice that there prototype was able to do at least 400 injections per
» square inch, with the belief that this could be increased exponentially.
» that would give the requisite injections to return to a normal hair count
» per square centimeter
»
» also, my main concern with Intercytex is not that they will not be able to
» grow hair from cells, but whether or not they can get them to grow where
» they want. you could have some really weird looking people who grow hair
» back in certain areas, but not others. the result would be baldling
» patterns that are atypical of MPB, i.e clumps of hair here, but not there.
» that would look really freaky, so my guess is that to be successful, they
» will have to have some high level of confidence that injections would
» either work wholesale or not at all.

here is the link

» » First time poster, but long time reader. Thought this was of serious
» » interest with regard to the delivery mechnism if Intercytex solves the
» » formula issues, particularly with regard to those nearing NW7. if they
» » were able to use this technology, it would solve a major issue of
» » thousands of injections over multiple sitings and could further
» alienate
» » HT docs who might capitalize on handling the procedure for delivery.
» »
» » notice that there prototype was able to do at least 400 injections per
» » square inch, with the belief that this could be increased
» exponentially.
» » that would give the requisite injections to return to a normal hair
» count
» » per square centimeter
» »
» » also, my main concern with Intercytex is not that they will not be able
» to
» » grow hair from cells, but whether or not they can get them to grow
» where
» » they want. you could have some really weird looking people who grow
» hair
» » back in certain areas, but not others. the result would be baldling
» » patterns that are atypical of MPB, i.e clumps of hair here, but not
» there.
» » that would look really freaky, so my guess is that to be successful,
» they
» » will have to have some high level of confidence that injections would
» » either work wholesale or not at all.
»
» here is the link
»
» http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/story?id=3584538&page=1

If you go to Valveta’s website, there should be some presentation that shows the results from Phase I I think. Just look back at the forum a few pages and you should find it.

Here’s the link:

http://www.hairsite.com/hair-loss/forum_entry.php?id=6649&page=2&category=1&order=last_answer

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