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Speculation on what Thomas whitfield is cooking?


#1

i have read a previous thread regarding him about whether hes legit or not.
IMO, i belive he is legit and not taking us all for a ride, for various reasons.

Now, anyone think they can speculate what hes got in the works?
ive read somewhere that suggested he found a better pathway than minxodil to grow hair, if that were the case then how can that be a cure, it would have to be used most likely forever, which is not a cure, he says he aims to cure mpb.

Although, on his website it says:

"We are currently conducting studies in the following INDEPENDENT research paths:

  1. Hair restoration and re-growth,
  2. The prevention of hair loss,
  3. A cure against male and female pattern hair loss."

this leads me to believe he probably will TRY to make 3 products.

1 for hair restoration and regrowth
another for prevention of hair loss
and another product as a cure???

i think he has already has product number 1, product number 2 and 3 are in reasearch stages???

this is my speculation anyway.

ive read that hes working with incube labs to develop a medical device.
i wonder what that is? some sort of LLLT (i doubt it though)???


#2

I suspect that Thomas Whitfield is cooking meth.

» i have read a previous thread regarding him about whether hes legit or
» not.
» IMO, i belive he is legit and not taking us all for a ride, for various
» reasons.
»
» Now, anyone think they can speculate what hes got in the works?
» ive read somewhere that suggested he found a better pathway than minxodil
» to grow hair, if that were the case then how can that be a cure, it would
» have to be used most likely forever, which is not a cure, he says he aims
» to cure mpb.
»
» Although, on his website it says:
»
» “We are currently conducting studies in the following INDEPENDENT
» research paths:
»
» 1) Hair restoration and re-growth,
» 2) The prevention of hair loss,
» 3) A cure against male and female pattern hair loss.”
»
» this leads me to believe he probably will TRY to make 3 products.
»
» 1 for hair restoration and regrowth
» another for prevention of hair loss
» and another product as a cure???
»
» i think he has already has product number 1, product number 2 and 3 are in
» reasearch stages???
»
» this is my speculation anyway.
»
»
» ive read that hes working with incube labs to develop a medical device.
» i wonder what that is? some sort of LLLT (i doubt it though)???


#3

» i have read a previous thread regarding him about whether hes legit or
» not.
» IMO, i belive he is legit and not taking us all for a ride, for various
» reasons.
»
» Now, anyone think they can speculate what hes got in the works?
» ive read somewhere that suggested he found a better pathway than minxodil
» to grow hair, if that were the case then how can that be a cure, it would
» have to be used most likely forever, which is not a cure, he says he aims
» to cure mpb.
»
» Although, on his website it says:
»
» “We are currently conducting studies in the following INDEPENDENT
» research paths:
»
» 1) Hair restoration and re-growth,
» 2) The prevention of hair loss,
» 3) A cure against male and female pattern hair loss.”
»
» this leads me to believe he probably will TRY to make 3 products.
»
» 1 for hair restoration and regrowth
» another for prevention of hair loss
» and another product as a cure???
»
» i think he has already has product number 1, product number 2 and 3 are in
» reasearch stages???
»
» this is my speculation anyway.
»
»
» ive read that hes working with incube labs to develop a medical device.
» i wonder what that is? some sort of LLLT (i doubt it though)???

go away you fugging pri*k


#4

» » i have read a previous thread regarding him about whether hes legit or
» » not.
» » IMO, i belive he is legit and not taking us all for a ride, for various
» » reasons.
» »
» » Now, anyone think they can speculate what hes got in the works?
» » ive read somewhere that suggested he found a better pathway than
» minxodil
» » to grow hair, if that were the case then how can that be a cure, it
» would
» » have to be used most likely forever, which is not a cure, he says he
» aims
» » to cure mpb.
» »
» » Although, on his website it says:
» »
» » “We are currently conducting studies in the following
» INDEPENDENT
» » research paths:
» »
» » 1) Hair restoration and re-growth,
» » 2) The prevention of hair loss,
» » 3) A cure against male and female pattern hair loss.”
» »
» » this leads me to believe he probably will TRY to make 3 products.
» »
» » 1 for hair restoration and regrowth
» » another for prevention of hair loss
» » and another product as a cure???
» »
» » i think he has already has product number 1, product number 2 and 3 are
» in
» » reasearch stages???
» »
» » this is my speculation anyway.
» »
» »
» » ive read that hes working with incube labs to develop a medical device.
» » i wonder what that is? some sort of LLLT (i doubt it though)???
»
» go away you fugging pri*k

Bad timing for our guy: anything he is cooking will reach the market too late, possibly when Histogen and Aderans will be ruling the market.


#5

»
» Bad timing for our guy: anything he is cooking will reach the market too
» late, possibly when Histogen and Aderans will be ruling the market.

I’ve never believed that he had anything cooking in the first place.


#6

» »
» » Bad timing for our guy: anything he is cooking will reach the market
» too
» » late, possibly when Histogen and Aderans will be ruling the market.
»
»
» I’ve never believed that he had anything cooking in the first place.

why do you say that?

anyone know how long clinical trials are in the UK? also the process? is it the same as the fda?


#7

He was just out of grad school when he announced he was aiming to release some kind of revolutionary MPB treatment in 18-24 months. Of course that didn’t happen. Around that time he showed up again with a website that looked sorta like a future marketing experiment. He was seeking to pool MPB information as if he was a total noob about the whole subject.

I doubt the people at Aderans or Histogen are losing any sleep over this guy.


#8

» He was just out of grad school when he announced he was aiming to release
» some kind of revolutionary MPB treatment in 18-24 months. Of course that
» didn’t happen. Around that time he showed up again with a website that
» looked sorta like a future marketing experiment. He was seeking to pool
» MPB information as if he was a total noob about the whole subject.
»
»
» I doubt the people at Aderans or Histogen are losing any sleep over this
» guy.

yeah, he said he would have the treatment realeased within a year in 2009. i dont understand why he said that either.
he has a patent pending, he definteley has something though, so that must be some sort of hope that this guy isnt a swindler.

theres an interview with acell about thier wnt treatment. why would acell offer thomas whitfield an interview???

any of the premium members from trx2, receive any new emails from the guy???


#9

I think Mr Whitfield is cooking the books - another ‘Mr Non-Delivery’.


#10

» I think Mr Whitfield is cooking the books - another ‘Mr Non-Delivery’.

Ive looked over his site.

Im a bit disapointed at what he is selling - i hope this is not a reflection on whatever he is making!

Thanks
Pete


#11

» » I think Mr Whitfield is cooking the books - another ‘Mr Non-Delivery’.
»
» Ive looked over his site.
»
» Im a bit disapointed at what he is selling - i hope this is not a
» reflection on whatever he is making!
»
»
» Thanks
» Pete

this is the first i’ve ever heard of this guy.

i’ll have to find his website and do a little checking up on him.

what are his claims?


#12

» » I think Mr Whitfield is cooking the books - another ‘Mr Non-Delivery’.
»
» Ive looked over his site.
»
» Im a bit disapointed at what he is selling - i hope this is not a
» reflection on whatever he is making!
»
»
» Thanks
» Pete

he does say that he isnt “pushing” these products, just informing sufferers on what they can do to halt hair loss at the moment.

what i want to know, was that interview from acell given to whitfield? or did some other company interview acell and he just put it up on his site?

it looks as though hes interested in wnt from this interview???

anyone know incube labs? theyre apparently a medical device development company.
i hope he isnt making a laser brush style device!!!


#13

» » » I think Mr Whitfield is cooking the books - another ‘Mr Non-Delivery’.
» »
» » Ive looked over his site.
» »
» » Im a bit disapointed at what he is selling - i hope this is not a
» » reflection on whatever he is making!
» »
» »
» » Thanks
» » Pete
»
»
» he does say that he isnt “pushing” these products, just informing
» sufferers on what they can do to halt hair loss at the moment.
»
» what i want to know, was that interview from acell given to whitfield? or
» did some other company interview acell and he just put it up on his site?
»
» it looks as though hes interested in wnt from this interview???
»
» anyone know incube labs? theyre apparently a medical device development
» company.
» i hope he isnt making a laser brush style device!!!

Have you been to their site.

http://www.incubelabs.com/

Are people sure Whitfield is working there? I also saw this small bio for the man who founded InCube Labs.

Mir Imran
InCube Labs
Mir Imran founded InCube Laboratories in 1995 to focus on his passion: creating medical device solutions that change the standard of care in critical healthcare markets. Mir began his career as a med-tech entrepreneur in the late 1970’s. Over the decades, he has become one of the world’s most successful inventors, entrepreneurs and investors in healthcare.

Mir now holds more than 200 issued patents - and is perhaps most well known for his pioneering contributions to the first FDA-approved Automatic Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator. Mir’s current crop of inventions includes advanced treatments for neural aneurysms, epilepsy, ulcerative colitis, obesity and chronic pain, among others. Most of these will enter clinical trials in the 2008 to 2010 timeframe.

As an entrepreneur, Mir has founded over 20 medical device companies, including: Vidamed (acquired by Medtronic), Physiometrix, Cardiac Pathways, Advanced Cytomextrix (acquired by Oncotech 1997), Percusurge (acquired by Medtronic 2001), Reflow, Inc. (acquired 1999), Safeview (acquired by L3 2006) Intrapace (founded 2001), Spinal Modulation (founded 2005) and Zonare (founded 1999). As an investor, Mir serves as the Life Science Venture Partner for DFJ ePlanet, where he has led 9 investments in a range of promising ventures around the globe. Mir is also an active angel investor, with a portfolio based around both medical and pharmaceutical ventures. Mir currently holds board seats with Bodymedia, Cardiovasc, Intrapace, Egeen International, Spinal Modulation, ZARS and Zonare.

Mir holds an MS in Bio-Engineering and a BS in Electrical Engineering from Rutgers, where he spent three years as a Research Specialist.


#14

» » » I think Mr Whitfield is cooking the books - another ‘Mr Non-Delivery’.
» »
» » Ive looked over his site.
» »
» » Im a bit disapointed at what he is selling - i hope this is not a
» » reflection on whatever he is making!
» »
» »
» » Thanks
» » Pete
»
»
» he does say that he isnt “pushing” these products, just informing
» sufferers on what they can do to halt hair loss at the moment.

He does but nioxin supplements arent going to do jack!

» what i want to know, was that interview from acell given to whitfield? or
» did some other company interview acell and he just put it up on his site?
»
» it looks as though hes interested in wnt from this interview???
»
» anyone know incube labs? theyre apparently a medical device development
» company.
» i hope he isnt making a laser brush style device!!!

If its a device i think it may combine a few modes of actions. I have a hunch that the device will help increase penetration of topicals (which is what is missing on the market ).

Thanks
Pete


#15

» » » I think Mr Whitfield is cooking the books - another ‘Mr Non-Delivery’.
» »
» » Ive looked over his site.
» »
» » Im a bit disapointed at what he is selling - i hope this is not a
» » reflection on whatever he is making!
» »
» »
» » Thanks
» » Pete
»
» this is the first i’ve ever heard of this guy.
»
» i’ll have to find his website and do a little checking up on him.
»
» what are his claims?

Thanks
Pete


#16

» » » » I think Mr Whitfield is cooking the books - another ‘Mr
» Non-Delivery’.
» » »
» » » Ive looked over his site.
» » »
» » » Im a bit disapointed at what he is selling - i hope this is not a
» » » reflection on whatever he is making!
» » »
» » »
» » » Thanks
» » » Pete
» »
» »
» » he does say that he isnt “pushing” these products, just informing
» » sufferers on what they can do to halt hair loss at the moment.
» »
» » what i want to know, was that interview from acell given to whitfield?
» or
» » did some other company interview acell and he just put it up on his
» site?
» »
» » it looks as though hes interested in wnt from this interview???
» »
» » anyone know incube labs? theyre apparently a
» medical device development
» » company.
» » i hope he isnt making a laser brush style device!!!
»
» Have you been to their site.
»
» http://www.incubelabs.com/
»
» Are people sure Whitfield is working there? I also saw this small bio for
» the man who founded InCube Labs.
»
» Mir Imran
» InCube Labs
» Mir Imran founded InCube Laboratories in 1995 to focus on his passion:
» creating medical device solutions that change the standard of care in
» critical healthcare markets. Mir began his career as a med-tech
» entrepreneur in the late 1970’s. Over the decades, he has become one of the
» world’s most successful inventors, entrepreneurs and investors in
» healthcare.
»
» Mir now holds more than 200 issued patents - and is perhaps most well
» known for his pioneering contributions to the first FDA-approved Automatic
» Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator. Mir’s current crop of inventions
» includes advanced treatments for neural aneurysms, epilepsy, ulcerative
» colitis, obesity and chronic pain, among others. Most of these will enter
» clinical trials in the 2008 to 2010 timeframe.
»
» As an entrepreneur, Mir has founded over 20 medical device companies,
» including: Vidamed (acquired by Medtronic), Physiometrix, Cardiac Pathways,
» Advanced Cytomextrix (acquired by Oncotech 1997), Percusurge (acquired by
» Medtronic 2001), Reflow, Inc. (acquired 1999), Safeview (acquired by L3
» 2006) Intrapace (founded 2001), Spinal Modulation (founded 2005) and Zonare
» (founded 1999). As an investor, Mir serves as the Life Science Venture
» Partner for DFJ ePlanet, where he has led 9 investments in a range of
» promising ventures around the globe. Mir is also an active angel investor,
» with a portfolio based around both medical and pharmaceutical ventures. Mir
» currently holds board seats with Bodymedia, Cardiovasc, Intrapace, Egeen
» International, Spinal Modulation, ZARS and Zonare.
»
» Mir holds an MS in Bio-Engineering and a BS in Electrical Engineering from
» Rutgers, where he spent three years as a Research Specialist.

maybe, it says he will spend time there whatever that means??

“Yesterday he flew to the US, where he will spend time at the cutting edge InCube Labs, a medical devices incubator in Silicon Valley. Finally, he still has a full head of light brown hair – it helps him to remain “objective”.”


#17

» » » » » I think Mr Whitfield is cooking the books - another ‘Mr
» » Non-Delivery’.
» » » »
» » » » Ive looked over his site.
» » » »
» » » » Im a bit disapointed at what he is selling - i hope this is not a
» » » » reflection on whatever he is making!
» » » »
» » » »
» » » » Thanks
» » » » Pete
» » »
» » »
» » » he does say that he isnt “pushing” these products, just informing
» » » sufferers on what they can do to halt hair loss at the moment.
» » »
» » » what i want to know, was that interview from acell given to
» whitfield?
» » or
» » » did some other company interview acell and he just put it up on his
» » site?
» » »
» » » it looks as though hes interested in wnt from this interview???
» » »
» » » anyone know incube labs? theyre apparently
» a
» » medical device development
» » » company.
» » » i hope he isnt making a laser brush style device!!!
» »
» » Have you been to their site.
» »
» » http://www.incubelabs.com/
» »
» » Are people sure Whitfield is working there? I also saw this small bio
» for
» » the man who founded InCube Labs.
» »
» » Mir Imran
» » InCube Labs
» » Mir Imran founded InCube Laboratories in 1995 to focus on his passion:
» » creating medical device solutions that change the standard of care in
» » critical healthcare markets. Mir began his career as a med-tech
» » entrepreneur in the late 1970’s. Over the decades, he has become one of
» the
» » world’s most successful inventors, entrepreneurs and investors in
» » healthcare.
» »
» » Mir now holds more than 200 issued patents - and is perhaps most well
» » known for his pioneering contributions to the first FDA-approved
» Automatic
» » Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator. Mir’s current crop of
» inventions
» » includes advanced treatments for neural aneurysms, epilepsy, ulcerative
» » colitis, obesity and chronic pain, among others. Most of these will
» enter
» » clinical trials in the 2008 to 2010 timeframe.
» »
» » As an entrepreneur, Mir has founded over 20 medical device companies,
» » including: Vidamed (acquired by Medtronic), Physiometrix, Cardiac
» Pathways,
» » Advanced Cytomextrix (acquired by Oncotech 1997), Percusurge (acquired
» by
» » Medtronic 2001), Reflow, Inc. (acquired 1999), Safeview (acquired by L3
» » 2006) Intrapace (founded 2001), Spinal Modulation (founded 2005) and
» Zonare
» » (founded 1999). As an investor, Mir serves as the Life Science Venture
» » Partner for DFJ ePlanet, where he has led 9 investments in a range of
» » promising ventures around the globe. Mir is also an active angel
» investor,
» » with a portfolio based around both medical and pharmaceutical ventures.
» Mir
» » currently holds board seats with Bodymedia, Cardiovasc, Intrapace,
» Egeen
» » International, Spinal Modulation, ZARS and Zonare.
» »
» » Mir holds an MS in Bio-Engineering and a BS in Electrical Engineering
» from
» » Rutgers, where he spent three years as a Research Specialist.
»
» maybe, it says he will spend time there whatever that means??
»
» “Yesterday he flew to the US, where he will spend time at the cutting edge
» InCube Labs, a medical devices incubator in Silicon Valley. Finally, he
» still has a full head of light brown hair – it helps him to remain
» “objective”.”
»
» http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/yourbusiness/brightideas/4277496/Making-baldness-a-thing-of-the-past.html

the article, marked Jan 2009, states:
“Whitfield plans to have his “product and service” on the market within 12 months.”

Shouldnt we have then already seen his miracle cure in Jan 2010?

Sorry i didn’t read the entire thread because i think this guy is not worth my time… but i apologize if this has been mentioned before… what a ridiculous freak.


#18

I guess some guys here didn’t read the following 2 topics?

http://www.hairsite.com/hair-loss/board_entry-id-63618-page-0-category-1-order-last_answer-descasc-DESC.html

http://www.hairsite.com/hair-loss/board_entry-id-64997-page-1-category-1-order-last_answer-descasc-DESC.html


#19

» I guess some guys here didn’t read the following 2 topics?
»
» http://www.hairsite.com/hair-loss/board_entry-id-63618-page-0-category-1-order-last_answer-descasc-DESC.html
»
»
» http://www.hairsite.com/hair-loss/board_entry-id-64997-page-1-category-1-order-last_answer-descasc-DESC.html

Let’s not forget this article that supersedes both of your links.


#20

» » I guess some guys here didn’t read the following 2 topics?
» »
» »
» http://www.hairsite.com/hair-loss/board_entry-id-63618-page-0-category-1-order-last_answer-descasc-DESC.html
» »
» »
» »
» http://www.hairsite.com/hair-loss/board_entry-id-64997-page-1-category-1-order-last_answer-descasc-DESC.html
»
»
» Let’s not forget this article that supersedes both of your links.
» http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/yourbusiness/brightideas/4268434/Thomas-Whitfield-The-Oxford-student-who-plans-to-make-baldness-a-thing-of-the-past.html

Infact i had already read three articles and none of them reveal anything substantial… in my opinion there are two ways to go about things… one would be to openly conduct research or the other would be to go stealth and shut the fu*k up… but why is this guy even going public if he wants to remain “in stealth”? I really sounds like S C A M to me.