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#1

thier are many out thier even in this forum that think very negativly about the solutions in developement for hairloss. why that is? i dont know. i guess becuase they have been put down so many times by possible cures and now they cant see progress… what they dont understand is that it takes time and patients. we still havnt got the cure but guess what?? were closer than we were 50 years ago. from now on all we could get is closer. we cant go backwards. we will find a solution. u dont have to trust me. just trust time itself. becuase thats all we really need.


#2

surely we are closer, but when it comes to how close we are, the opinons vary.

I’m 90% positive something will work in my life time. At the same time from all the clues I see I think that ICX nor Follica will hit the market sooner than in 2012, if ever

What is a bit annoying is that our bald fathers believed that something would have come to save their hair as well.


#3

My father is full head of hair, just a lion’s mane


#4

» My father is full head of hair, just a lion’s mane

That must suck :slight_smile: Mine is NW100 or so. You wont see him without a cap even though hes 65 already …


#5

it seems rediculous how we cant manipulate hair. i mean im not doctor but to me it seems like such and easy fix we are just not looking in the right places. see becuase the only place we have problems with hair is out head… facial hair stays strong as a rock! if i had facial hair on ma head i would be very happy. thiers something that we still are overlooking something so simple… mabye we should start studying other hairs in our body like facial, arms, chest, legs… those damm hairs stay forever! if we find out why we may find the answer.


#6

There are indeed a lot of odd holes in what has been studied about MPB and what hasn’t.

The issue basically comes down to money. We’ve learned most of what we know because of failed attempts to sell cures. There’s no great all-encompassing altruistic organization that’s privately funded by billionaires and is devoted to unlocking the mysteries of hair loss at all costs.

Curing MPB has been like trying to cure the common cold - seems so simple, but it still eludes science. Even decades after they’ve learned how to transplant hearts and clone whole humans.


#7

» There are indeed a lot of odd holes in what has been studied about MPB and
» what hasn’t.
»
» The issue basically comes down to money. We’ve learned most of what we
» know because of failed attempts to sell cures. There’s no great
» all-encompassing altruistic organization that’s privately funded by
» billionaires and is devoted to unlocking the mysteries of hair loss at all
» costs.
»
»
» Curing MPB has been like trying to cure the common cold - seems so simple,
» but it still eludes science. Even decades after they’ve learned how to
» transplant hearts and clone whole humans.

exactly my point… i guess they just want to make money out of it instead of trying to cure it. this kinda stuff makes me want to become a doctor and actually see whats going wrong…