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Qustion about March 18th


#1

I don’t follow visit this forum that often, I am sorry if this has been answered before. Is Intercytex updating us the final results or interim results for their phase II trial?

Thx


#2

» I don’t follow visit this forum that often, I am sorry if this has been
» answered before. Is Intercytex updating us the final results or interim
» results for their phase II trial?
»
» Thx

preliminary, it’s just an update, still year to go.


#3

» » I don’t follow visit this forum that often, I am sorry if this has been
» » answered before. Is Intercytex updating us the final results or interim
» » results for their phase II trial?
» »
» » Thx
»
» preliminary, it’s just an update, still year to go.

Their website says the following:

“The full data set on all subjects at 24 weeks will be available in during 2008. This detailed analysis will form the basis of further Phase II or Phase III trials as appropriate.”


#4

» » I don’t follow visit this forum that often, I am sorry if this has been
» » answered before. Is Intercytex updating us the final results or interim
» » results for their phase II trial?
» »
» » Thx
»
» preliminary, it’s just an update, still year to go.

That’s insane. I thought they started phase II a year ago already and this is the conclusion of phase II. Damn, does it mean they can go on for another year with phase II ?


#5

» » » I don’t follow visit this forum that often, I am sorry if this has
» been
» » » answered before. Is Intercytex updating us the final results or
» interim
» » » results for their phase II trial?
» » »
» » » Thx
» »
» » preliminary, it’s just an update, still year to go.
»
» That’s insane. I thought they started phase II a year ago already and this
» is the conclusion of phase II. Damn, does it mean they can go on for
» another year with phase II ?

Possibly, If things aren’t going so well and they still can’t iron out the delivery technique they could go on to phase IIC, If things are going well they could move on to phase III


#6

» » » I don’t follow visit this forum that often, I am sorry if this has
» been
» » » answered before. Is Intercytex updating us the final results or
» interim
» » » results for their phase II trial?
» » »
» » » Thx
» »
» » preliminary, it’s just an update, still year to go.
»
» That’s insane. I thought they started phase II a year ago already and this
» is the conclusion of phase II. Damn, does it mean they can go on for
» another year with phase II ?

ixan I was thinking about the same thing too. I thought they would have wrapped up phase II by now. If they require another 6 months for phase II, that means the whole phase II took over 1.5 years. This does not bode well for phase III, phase III might have to be dragged out for another 1.5 years if phase II is any indication of how fast they move.


#7

HMorHT:
ixan I was thinking about the same thing too. I thought they would have wrapped up phase II by now. If they require another 6 months for phase II, that means the whole phase II took over 1.5 years. This does not bode well for phase III, phase III might have to be dragged out for another 1.5 years if phase II is any indication of how fast they move

They can’t wrap up phase II until they can achieve consistent results or everyone here would cry bloody murder. Phase II is essentially an efficacy trial, and keep in mind it’s allot easier to market a product that produces consistent results.

We should be happy their technology is growing hair; now let’s hope they solve their consistency issues sooner than later.

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#8

» HMorHT:
» ixan I was thinking about the same thing too. I thought they would have
» wrapped up phase II by now. If they require another 6 months for phase II,
» that means the whole phase II took over 1.5 years. This does not bode well
» for phase III, phase III might have to be dragged out for another 1.5
» years if phase II is any indication of how fast they move
»
» They can’t wrap up phase II until they can achieve consistent results or
» everyone here would cry bloody murder. Phase II is essentially an efficacy
» trial, and keep in mind it’s allot easier to market a product that produces
» consistent results.
»
» We should be happy their technology is growing hair; now let’s hope they
» solve their consistency issues sooner than later.

You are right. At least someone is working to find a cure rather than convincing us that chest hair looks great on our scalp. Let’s hope they solve the problems and they keep the price affordable for everyone.


#9

» They can’t wrap up phase II until they can achieve consistent results or
» everyone here would cry bloody murder. Phase II is essentially an efficacy
» trial, and keep in mind it’s allot easier to market a product that produces
» consistent results.

Easier, yes. But not necessary. After all, Minoxidil doesn’t produce consistent results. In fact, great results are the exception for Minoxidil.


#10

»
» Easier, yes. But not necessary. After all, Minoxidil doesn’t produce
» consistent results. In fact, great results are the exception for
» Minoxidil.

Thats why it’s being sold for 19.95 and not 30 thousand.


#11

» »
» » Easier, yes. But not necessary. After all, Minoxidil doesn’t produce
» » consistent results. In fact, great results are the exception for
» » Minoxidil.
»
» Thats why it’s being sold for 19.95 and not 30 thousand.

The scary thing is that hair transplant can easily cost you 30 thousand and it is not effective for everyone. Let’s hope ICX is not a 30 thousand product that gives minoxidil results.