» » » Maybe this lady should have reported like this:
» » »
» » » There is a researcher at the University of Pennsylvania, who has a
» » decade
» » » of research in hair follicles and skin. He thinks he has a major
» » » breakthrough , but I don’t think so, because everybody knows this
» » » fail. I don’t understand why these scientists keep researching
» » hairloss.
» » » Don’t they know that they will never stop hairloss. And even if does
» » work,
» » » it’s going to take decades for it to get approved. Even though it
» » » devises and drugs already approved, the FDA will make sure it goes
» » through
» » » extensive trails because it wants men with hairloss to suffer. So
» » » their sake, lets just shut down all research on hairloss so they wont
» » be
» » » disappointed.
» » How about this:
» » We have a researcher, Dr. Cotsarellis. He was been a researcher in the
» » field of hair regeneration for many years.
» » Now he thinks he has found a potential cure. Results on mice are
» » promising.
» » But we must be cautious. So many times before, results on mice have not
» » translated to humans. Now he has funding for human trials and
» » Lets cross our fingers. But even if everything goes well, this could
» » at least 4 years to reach the market. So don’t be too anxious about it.
» » YEAH, BUT THIS JOURNALIST WOULD BE TOO GRAY, NOT A BEST SELLER ON PRIME
» » TIME, SO THIS JOURNALIST WOULD PROBABLY NEVER GET A JOB ON TV. INSTEAD,
» » THAT STUPID BITCH GETS THE JOB, AND TALKS HAPPILY ABOUT “STEM CELLS AND
» » LIFE-SAVING STUFF”.
» All the evidence so far shows they plan to get FDA approval, even though
» they may be hoping for quicker then usual trials. All in all, if you
» consider that cancer trial usually takes a decade (and in case of cancer
» pretty much everyone involved hopes for a quick trial), 5 years for a
» hairgrowth trial is probably pretty optimistic scenario where all the FDA
» shortcuts are taken in account. A scenario thats pretty unlikely to happen
» in real life.
» Add another evidence we have and that is that everyone on this board and
» regrowth dot com, trying to replicate the procedure has nothing but failed
» growing any useful hair. And you should now understand that it may also
» never hit the market.
» Anyway I can transcribe the whole stuff to you if you like, though they
» talk quicker then I can type so it would be pretty annoying job to do for
» me, pausing it every few sentences. Too tired to do it today anyway.
Well, I am not following those who are trying to reverse-engineer the Follica patents. I don’t have time.
Re. time for approval, yes, authorities look like they are not in a hurry to approve cures for hairloss. Because it is just a cosmetic thing.
But maybe they are wrong. Maybe baldness its a matter of life and death after all. Because millions are taking Finasteride, which could cause aggresive prostate cancer.
Re. the transcription, I was just asking to transcript the part that I transcribed. Just correct the transcription I did, and fill in the small parts that are missing. Not the whole video of course.