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Roland Lausters Peer Reviewed Article just came up


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http://www.sciencedirect.com/science?_ob=ArticleURL&_udi=B6T3C-5223XVS-2&_user=10&_coverDate=01%2F28%2F2011&_rdoc=1&_fmt=high&_orig=search&_origin=search&_sort=d&_docanchor=&view=c&_searchStrId=1631421253&_rerunOrigin=scholar.google&_acct=C000050221&_version=1&_urlVersion=0&_userid=10&md5=190b1a0f4ddda34efd99a1f2ddff4dbc&searchtype=a

In case you need a reminder

http://www.thelocal.de/sci-tech/20101214-31797.html


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Keep up the good work, Khalil! :ok:


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» http://www.sciencedirect.com/science?_ob=ArticleURL&_udi=B6T3C-5223XVS-2&_user=10&_coverDate=01%2F28%2F2011&_rdoc=1&_fmt=high&_orig=search&_origin=search&_sort=d&_docanchor=&view=c&_searchStrId=1631421253&_rerunOrigin=scholar.google&_acct=C000050221&_version=1&_urlVersion=0&_userid=10&md5=190b1a0f4ddda34efd99a1f2ddff4dbc&searchtype=a
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Interesting - EVERY serious researcher on this planet is fully aware of the fact, as mentioned in Prof. Lausters study:

“The hair follicle is an organoid that has been much studied based on its ability to grow quickly and
to regenerate after trauma. But hair follicle formation in vitro has been elusive.”

But NO, for instance Dr. Cole is NOT aware of this! Of cause even severe traumatized hair follicle can survive, and especially this part were studied by many different researchers. By the way:

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science?_ob=ArticleURL&_udi=B6T52-51PR0N2-1&_user=10&_coverDate=12%2F15%2F2010&_rdoc=1&_fmt=high&_orig=search&_origin=search&_sort=d&_docanchor=&view=c&_acct=C000050221&_version=1&_urlVersion=0&_userid=10&md5=f62ae90919846a5dbf9eb8da5d72fa0f&searchtype=a#FCANote

Recently, Dr. Gho published in the same Journal his new study (about burns) and there you will find some photos of treated burn victims. There is also a photo that shows a patents donor after 4 HST treatments (= “severe traumatized donor hair follicles” ) and all in all after almost 4000 “removed” HST grafts. The donor looks like practically fully unchanged as before the 4 treatments …


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» http://www.sciencedirect.com/science?_ob=ArticleURL&_udi=B6T3C-5223XVS-2&_user=10&_coverDate=01%2F28%2F2011&_rdoc=1&_fmt=high&_orig=search&_origin=search&_sort=d&_docanchor=&view=c&_searchStrId=1631421253&_rerunOrigin=scholar.google&_acct=C000050221&_version=1&_urlVersion=0&_userid=10&md5=190b1a0f4ddda34efd99a1f2ddff4dbc&searchtype=a
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So the main question, When can they have a product?


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» So the main question, When can they have a product?

You would think with the enormous financial payoff for bringing such a cure to market, they would be working 24x7 to get this out the door and in a clinic near you.

Instead the researcher is pulling a Dr. Gho and saying he’d like to release this so companies can do hair testing and then move on to other things!

Is the guy brain damaged? He has the chance to be the richest man in the world if he brought this to market.


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» » So the main question, When can they have a product?
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» You would think with the enormous financial payoff for bringing such a cure
» to market, they would be working 24x7 to get this out the door and in a
» clinic near you.
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» Instead the researcher is pulling a Dr. Gho and saying he’d like to release
» this so companies can do hair testing and then move on to other things!
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» Is the guy brain damaged? He has the chance to be the richest man in the
» world if he brought this to market.

So true, it like people are brain dead. A cure for baldness will be the news of the century


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» http://www.sciencedirect.com/science?_ob=ArticleURL&_udi=B6T3C-5223XVS-2&_user=10&_coverDate=01%2F28%2F2011&_rdoc=1&_fmt=high&_orig=search&_origin=search&_sort=d&_docanchor=&view=c&_searchStrId=1631421253&_rerunOrigin=scholar.google&_acct=C000050221&_version=1&_urlVersion=0&_userid=10&md5=190b1a0f4ddda34efd99a1f2ddff4dbc&searchtype=a
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I found an article written by ‘Daily Mail’ (not sure about this paper). Anyway, there are points I think worth to discuss and basically, I think the article is at least quite well investigated and I agree with the most of it.

Cure for baldness on the horizon as scientists grow world’s first hair follicles using stem cells
Written By: Nadia on December 18, 2010 0

It is an embarrassing condition that has plagued middle-aged men for centuries but now scientists think they are close to creating a cure for baldness following a stem cell breakthrough.

Scientists at the Berlin Technical University in Germany, have grown the world’s first artificial hair follicles from stem cells.

The follicles were created from animal cells and were somewhat thinner than normal, but the team were optimistic they could grow human hairs from stem cells within a year.

Research leader Dr Roland Lauster said within five years millions of hair-loss sufferers could grow new hair from their own stem cells and have it implanted their bald spots.

Dr Lauster told the Germany newspaper Die Welt that preparations for clinical trials were ‘already in motion.’

It could mean celebrities such as comedian Harry Hill and football legend Sir Bobby Charlton could soon sport full-bodied barnets.

Stem cells are the body’s master cells. When manipulated in a laboratory they can be grown into any tissue in the human body from blood to bone and even whole organs.

But although stem cells are seen as the holy grail for medicine, progress has been slow and there are few widely available treatments.

Current treatments for baldness include hair plugs where stronger hair follicles from the side and back of the head are transplanted to bald spots.

However, the treatment takes five to 10 hours and would need to be performed repeatedly to create a natural appearance as hair loss continued.

Dr Lauster also believes that growing skin and hair follicles in the lab could eventually spell the end of animal testing.

He said: ‘Since 1950 the number of new chemicals used in cosmetics has risen 500-fold, and so has the need for animals to be experimented upon to ensure they are safe for humans.

‘This could well do away with the need for them to suffer,’ he said.
The bioengineer plans to create a hair follicle test system that could be used for testing new drugs and cosmetics. He then hopes to develop a miniature liver, kidney and bone marrow ‘biochip’ in conjunction with the Fraunhofer Institute for Material and Beam Technology.

Claire Bates
Daily Mail UK

Source: http://biomedme.com/general/cure-for-baldness-on-the-horizon-as-scientists-grow-worlds-first-hair-follicles-using-stem-cells_26292.html

“Research leader Dr Roland Lauster said within five years millions of hair-loss sufferers could grow new hair from their own stem cells and have it implanted their bald spots.”

You can have this TODAY - because not everybody needs or will need about 70,000 hair follicle all at once and within 1 implant procedure (if possible at all)! But the basic idea behind IN GENERAL (hair follicle test system), is the long awaited idea per se. Because it makes hair follicle research much more easier and much more FASTER! Companies like Aderans, Follica, The Hair Science Institute etc etc, they simply can buy such systems (that’s the basic idea behind), where researchers can do their studies & tests - without the need for mice & rats.


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That way the main idea behind it, to abandon animal testings and use more reliable and nearer substitutes.

And hair is almost one of the best result achieving organs we have (for example you can even proof that someone used drugs years ago when you analyse hair)

But there is one thing wrong, if you got 70.000 grafts reassambled you are done, even if your resthair would fall out, there would be no significant change in hair optic. Because people have around 100.000 hairs.

So IronMan next time you try to sound smart ( and hide evidence of getting banned like you always do) dont mix GRAFTS with hairs.

Cause 70.000 graft follicles would be at least 140.000 hairs and thats more then some people are born with.

But nice try to calm down the waves here to not get banned :wink: we can see right through you.

Oh and i will pull the IronMan now myself, i will comment and nit pick on every single thing you say :smiley:

Yeah Yeah Yeah The Hair Science Institute can simple buy them of course and then abandon Dr Master Yoda Hair Multiplicator Chief Gho? Dreamdancer


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<<You would think with the enormous financial payoff for bringing such a cure to market, they would be working 24x7 to get this out the door and in a clinic near you.>>

It’s a fallacy to think that any problem can be solved more quickly by having more people work on it around the clock. It’s like the analogy of pregnancy: putting three women to the task won’t produce a baby in three months instead of nine.


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» <<You would think with the enormous financial payoff for bringing such a
» cure to market, they would be working 24x7 to get this out the door and in
» a clinic near you.>>
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» It’s a fallacy to think that any problem can be solved more quickly by
» having more people work on it around the clock. It’s like the analogy of
» pregnancy: putting three women to the task won’t produce a baby in three
» months instead of nine.

ARI (Aderans Research Institute) is the best example - isn’t it?
Today they are at the point now, where Dr. Gho already was almost 10 years ago.


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» It’s a fallacy to think that any problem can be solved more quickly by
» having more people work on it around the clock.

but according to them they have already solved the problem.

what’s with the foot dragging to get this thing into clinical testing and out the door. The “we’ll wait and see” type attitude among researchers really sucks.

I really hope we do get a cure from some place soon - histogen, follica, dr. hitzig, anywhere… so that the rest of these foot draggers realise what a HUGE opportunity they have missed.

i mean we are talking about a trillion dollar opportunity here.


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» » It’s a fallacy to think that any problem can be solved more quickly by
» » having more people work on it around the clock.
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» but according to them they have already solved the problem.
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» what’s with the foot dragging to get this thing into clinical testing and
» out the door. The “we’ll wait and see” type attitude among researchers
» really sucks.
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» I really hope we do get a cure from some place soon - histogen, follica,
» dr. hitzig, anywhere… so that the rest of these foot draggers realise
» what a HUGE opportunity they have missed.
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» i mean we are talking about a trillion dollar opportunity here.

trillion dollar opportunity!
i don’t think so.


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» » <<You would think with the enormous financial payoff for bringing such a
» » cure to market, they would be working 24x7 to get this out the door and
» in
» » a clinic near you.>>
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» » It’s a fallacy to think that any problem can be solved more quickly by
» » having more people work on it around the clock. It’s like the analogy
» of
» » pregnancy: putting three women to the task won’t produce a baby in three
» » months instead of nine.
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» ARI (Aderans Research Institute) is the best example - isn’t it?
» Today they are at the point now, where Dr. Gho already was almost 10 years
» ago.

A yes Dr Gho curing people since 2001. You are really annoying with your Gho propaganda, and as you see no one gives a shi* what you say anymore.

Actually no i never confirmed that i am imsommernw0
Also iam not rapunzal iam Richard.Dawkins thats it.

I dont know what you have yith your multiple accounts DR TRUE

Why should i create two accounts in one forum and let them discuss, this is just plain INSANE and stupid.

Dr Gho is a lieing piece of sh*t and you should finally put "Iam a Gho representant " in your Signature.

And stop posting non contributen pictures here they take away posting space and annoy people here.


It is not a billion dollar industry. Not at first because compared to the whole masses only a handful of people are actually doing something against their hairloss.

You should really stop with your whole “Rich as crap” and “Jillion gazillion” industry thing because it is simply not true.

And no it wont make things go faster if you would put everyone in one room. As it is right now its the best there is. We have different ideas from different camps and at some point when they are combined DING then you have your cure or whatever you call it.

But one thing is sure here, we wont see a cure from Gho ever, people who really belive in Gho must be desperate or brainwached.

Or have you ever heared anything good about Gho from some poster anywhere? NO you havent because there are non existent.

How is Gho advertising? Right with three more or less “celebrities” from netherland, who nobody here has ever heared before.

Oh and IronMan if Gho was there 10 years ago, where are his cured people and why has he been bancrupt just three years later?

Where are the cases and happy patients? Nowhere to be seen, i really dont know why hairiste accept someone her who has an agenda but dont state it in his signature?

Thank god they banned you at BTT, thank god


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» http://www.sciencedirect.com/science?_ob=ArticleURL&_udi=B6T3C-5223XVS-2&_user=10&_coverDate=01%2F28%2F2011&_rdoc=1&_fmt=high&_orig=search&_origin=search&_sort=d&_docanchor=&view=c&_searchStrId=1631421253&_rerunOrigin=scholar.google&_acct=C000050221&_version=1&_urlVersion=0&_userid=10&md5=190b1a0f4ddda34efd99a1f2ddff4dbc&searchtype=a
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Can you access the article without paying?


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<<what’s with the foot dragging to get this thing into clinical testing and out the door. The “we’ll wait and see” type attitude among researchers really sucks. i mean we are talking about a trillion dollar opportunity here.>>

Wow, they must be really complacent scientists who can’t be motivated by the promise of a trillion dollar reward. It’s amazing they can even find a reason to get out of bed every day.


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half of them should be shoe salesmen without a doubt.

the other half like the histogen scientists are hopefully getting somewhere.

hopefully…


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» ARI (Aderans Research Institute) is the best example - isn’t it?
» Today they are at the point now, where Dr. Gho already was almost 10 years
» ago.

you always find a way to make every thread a Gho-thread

This is the Prof. Lauster thread!!!


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» » ARI (Aderans Research Institute) is the best example - isn’t it?
» » Today they are at the point now, where Dr. Gho already was almost 10
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» you always find a way to make every thread a Gho-thread
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» This is the Prof. Lauster thread!!!

Psycho #3, just look at your 76 posts …

http://www.hairsite.com/hair-loss/search-show_postings-1537.html

… and tell all users WHO makes every thread to a psycho-crap-thread.

What a psycho-jerk … :no:


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» » » ARI (Aderans Research Institute) is the best example - isn’t it?
» » » Today they are at the point now, where Dr. Gho already was almost 10
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» Psycho #3, just look at your 76 posts …
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» … and tell all users WHO makes every thread to a psycho-crap-thread.
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» What a psycho-jerk … :no:

ok, who is the troublemaker??? who is aggressive??? who insults other users???

oh wait, you are not a troublemaker;-) which people should be banned for troublemaking???:wink: :wink: :wink:

ironman_wiki: definition of troublemaking:

a user who doesn’t agree with Iron = troublemaker
a user who knows better than iron (is that possible?) = troublemaker
a user who didn’t send big thanks to iron once a day = troublemaker
a user who didn’t like endless, unreadable posts that contain phantasies from iron = troublemaker
a user who doesn’t think that iron is always right = troublemaker
a user who doesn`t pay iron man the attention that he needs = troublemaker

hairsite_wiki:
a user who turns every thread in a hitzing/cooley/gho - thread = IRONMAN
user with no social behaviour = ironman


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Unbelievable Iron.Man is monitored by the admins here and he still isnt capable of learning grown up adult behaviour