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Spencer Kobren will interview Craig Ziering of Histogen Next Sunay


#1

On this Sundays (Jan 16) baldtruth live show Spencer Kobren said he will hopefully have Craig Ziering of Histogen on the show next Sunday (Jan 23), and that he has exciting news.


#2

Please someone tune in and give us an in depth summary.


#3

» On this Sundays (Jan 16) baldtruth live show Spencer Kobren said he will
» hopefully have Craig Ziering of Histogen on the show next Sunday (Jan 23),
» and that he has exciting news.

He also said he will interview Gary Hitzig next Sunday as well, and that he has some exciting news as well.


#4

» » On this Sundays (Jan 16) baldtruth live show Spencer Kobren said he will
» » hopefully have Craig Ziering of Histogen on the show next Sunday (Jan
» 23),
» » and that he has exciting news.
»
» He also said he will interview Gary Hitzig next Sunday as well, and that he
» has some exciting news as well.

A regular caller called “Joe from Staten Island” said that Latisse will finish safety trials in February and that after February Doctors will be allowed to experiment with high concentrations of Bimaprost.

Also he said that hair did grow with high levels of Bimaprost.


#5

» » » On this Sundays (Jan 16) baldtruth live show Spencer Kobren said he
» will
» » » hopefully have Craig Ziering of Histogen on the show next Sunday (Jan
» » 23),
» » » and that he has exciting news.
» »
» » He also said he will interview Gary Hitzig next Sunday as well, and that
» he
» » has some exciting news as well.
»
» A regular caller called “Joe from Staten Island” said that Latisse will
» finish safety trials in February and that after February Doctors will be
» allowed to experiment with high concentrations of Bimaprost.
»
» Also he said that hair did grow with high levels of Bimaprost.

Something about what “Joe from Staten Island” said sounds a little peculiar. yes, it’s true that safety trials will be done in February but I don’t see how that would have any effect on doctors being allowed to experiment with higher doses. Either bimatoprost is available to the general marketplace or it isn’t. The safety trials that allergan is wrapping up do not give doctors the right to experiment because. What "Joe) said doesn’t really make any sense. It’s as though he is saying that once the safety trials are completed then all of a sudden doctors all around the country can legally start using larger doses of bimatoprost, but completion of saftey trials does not automatically give doctors the right to experiment with the medicine. I don’t think doctors have the right to experiment with any medical molecule until the federal government has authorized the molecule into the general marketplace. Yes, the federal government has authorized latisse into the general marketplace but latisse is one thing whereas pure bimatoprost is another thing. Bimatoprost is inside of latisse, and bimatoprost is the active ingredient inside of latisse, but pure bimatoprost is not the same thing as latisse.

Someone needs to do a search to find out if pure bimatoprost has been authorized into the general public. Quite frankly, I don’t know how to find that information.

I don’t know for sure if pure bimatoprost has been authorized to the general marketplace but if it hasn’t then I don’t think doctors would start experimenting with it outside of allergan. Doctors experimented with minoxidil before it became available, but they did that by taking the crushed minoxidil pills that were already in the general marketplace and crushing those pills and putting the crushed pills into different solutions to turn it into a liquid. But you can’t do the same thing with latisse and you don’t have to because Latisse is already in liquid form. The problem with latisse is that the dose of bimatoprost is not strong enough and you can’t take the bimatoprost out of latisse so you have to be able to get, and use, pure bimatoprost so you can put it inside of a liquid solution at stronger doses than already exists inside of latisse.

I do think that the completion of the safety studies for latisse “could” inspire some doctors to experiment with higher dose bimatoprost if the safety studies are good, but the doctors who would experiment with higher doses of bimatoprost have to be able to secure pure bimatoprost instead of latisse. they can not take latisse and turn it into a larger dose bimatoprost solution because if that is what they intend to do then you don’t need them because all you would have to do is buy a lot of latisse and put a lot of lattise on your head. That would be really expensive. They need to get the active ingredient, bimatoprost, and formulate a solution, but the first issue is whether or not they can even get pure bimatoprost and whether or not it’s been authorized for use in the general marketplace.


#6

» » » » On this Sundays (Jan 16) baldtruth live show Spencer Kobren said he
» » will
» » » » hopefully have Craig Ziering of Histogen on the show next Sunday
» (Jan
» » » 23),
» » » » and that he has exciting news.
» » »
» » » He also said he will interview Gary Hitzig next Sunday as well, and
» that
» » he
» » » has some exciting news as well.
» »
» » A regular caller called “Joe from Staten Island” said that Latisse will
» » finish safety trials in February and that after February Doctors will be
» » allowed to experiment with high concentrations of Bimaprost.
» »
» » Also he said that hair did grow with high levels of Bimaprost.
»
»
»
» Something about what “Joe from Staten Island” said sounds a little
» peculiar. yes, it’s true that safety trials will be done in February but I
» don’t see how that would have any effect on doctors being allowed to
» experiment with higher doses. Either bimatoprost is available to the
» general marketplace or it isn’t. The safety trials that allergan is
» wrapping up do not give doctors the right to experiment because. What
» "Joe) said doesn’t really make any sense. It’s as though he is saying that
» once the safety trials are completed then all of a sudden doctors all
» around the country can legally start using larger doses of bimatoprost, but
» completion of saftey trials does not automatically give doctors the right
» to experiment with the medicine. I don’t think doctors have the right to
» experiment with any medical molecule until the federal government has
» authorized the molecule into the general marketplace. Yes, the federal
» government has authorized latisse into the general marketplace but latisse
» is one thing whereas pure bimatoprost is another thing. Bimatoprost is
» inside of latisse, and bimatoprost is the active ingredient inside of
» latisse, but pure bimatoprost is not the same thing as latisse.
»
» Someone needs to do a search to find out if pure bimatoprost has been
» authorized into the general public. Quite frankly, I don’t know how to
» find that information.

»
» I don’t know for sure if pure bimatoprost has been authorized to the
» general marketplace but if it hasn’t then I don’t think doctors would start
» experimenting with it outside of allergan. Doctors experimented with
» minoxidil before it became available, but they did that by taking the
» crushed minoxidil pills that were already in the general marketplace and
» crushing those pills and putting the crushed pills into different solutions
» to turn it into a liquid. But you can’t do the same thing with latisse and
» you don’t have to because Latisse is already in liquid form. The problem
» with latisse is that the dose of bimatoprost is not strong enough and you
» can’t take the bimatoprost out of latisse so you have to be able to get,
» and use, pure bimatoprost so you can put it inside of a liquid solution at
» stronger doses than already exists inside of latisse.
»
» I do think that the completion of the safety studies for latisse “could”
» inspire some doctors to experiment with higher dose bimatoprost if the
» safety studies are good, but the doctors who would experiment with higher
» doses of bimatoprost have to be able to secure pure bimatoprost instead of
» latisse. they can not take latisse and turn it into a larger dose
» bimatoprost solution because if that is what they intend to do then you
» don’t need them because all you would have to do is buy a lot of latisse
» and put a lot of lattise on your head. That would be really expensive.
» They need to get the active ingredient, bimatoprost, and formulate a
» solution, but the first issue is whether or not they can even get pure
» bimatoprost and whether or not it’s been authorized for use in the general
» marketplace.

Perhaps what “Joe from Staten Island” was suggesting is that Doctors could treat patients with Bimotoprost “off label” for hairloss. Just like doctors use topical Sprionolactone (e.g. Dr Lee) for the same reason and Proscar was used to treat people with hairloss “off label” before Propecia was FDA approved. Sprironolactone doesnt have FDA clearance for hairloss, but doctors still compund it into a topical for hairloss. What Doctors would probably want to see from the Bimotoprost study will be the safety aspects, effectiveness and the dosage before they start prescribing it for “off label” purposes. Also, doctors that presribe bimotoprost will likely also want to monitor the patient during treatment since it hasnt yet gone through the full FDA approval process.


#7

» » » » » On this Sundays (Jan 16) baldtruth live show Spencer Kobren said
» he
» » » will
» » » » » hopefully have Craig Ziering of Histogen on the show next Sunday
» » (Jan
» » » » 23),
» » » » » and that he has exciting news.
» » » »
» » » » He also said he will interview Gary Hitzig next Sunday as well, and
» » that
» » » he
» » » » has some exciting news as well.
» » »
» » » A regular caller called “Joe from Staten Island” said that Latisse
» will
» » » finish safety trials in February and that after February Doctors will
» be
» » » allowed to experiment with high concentrations of Bimaprost.
» » »
» » » Also he said that hair did grow with high levels of Bimaprost.
» »
» »
» »
» » Something about what “Joe from Staten Island” said sounds a little
» » peculiar. yes, it’s true that safety trials will be done in February but
» I
» » don’t see how that would have any effect on doctors being allowed to
» » experiment with higher doses. Either bimatoprost is available to the
» » general marketplace or it isn’t. The safety trials that allergan is
» » wrapping up do not give doctors the right to experiment because. What
» » "Joe) said doesn’t really make any sense. It’s as though he is saying
» that
» » once the safety trials are completed then all of a sudden doctors all
» » around the country can legally start using larger doses of bimatoprost,
» but
» » completion of saftey trials does not automatically give doctors the
» right
» » to experiment with the medicine. I don’t think doctors have the right to
» » experiment with any medical molecule until the federal government has
» » authorized the molecule into the general marketplace. Yes, the federal
» » government has authorized latisse into the general marketplace but
» latisse
» » is one thing whereas pure bimatoprost is another thing. Bimatoprost is
» » inside of latisse, and bimatoprost is the active ingredient inside of
» » latisse, but pure bimatoprost is not the same thing as latisse.
» »
» » Someone needs to do a search to find out if pure bimatoprost has been
» » authorized into the general public. Quite frankly, I don’t know how to
» » find that information.

» »
» » I don’t know for sure if pure bimatoprost has been authorized to the
» » general marketplace but if it hasn’t then I don’t think doctors would
» start
» » experimenting with it outside of allergan. Doctors experimented with
» » minoxidil before it became available, but they did that by taking the
» » crushed minoxidil pills that were already in the general marketplace and
» » crushing those pills and putting the crushed pills into different
» solutions
» » to turn it into a liquid. But you can’t do the same thing with latisse
» and
» » you don’t have to because Latisse is already in liquid form. The
» problem
» » with latisse is that the dose of bimatoprost is not strong enough and
» you
» » can’t take the bimatoprost out of latisse so you have to be able to get,
» » and use, pure bimatoprost so you can put it inside of a liquid solution
» at
» » stronger doses than already exists inside of latisse.
» »
» » I do think that the completion of the safety studies for latisse “could”
» » inspire some doctors to experiment with higher dose bimatoprost if the
» » safety studies are good, but the doctors who would experiment with
» higher
» » doses of bimatoprost have to be able to secure pure bimatoprost instead
» of
» » latisse. they can not take latisse and turn it into a larger dose
» » bimatoprost solution because if that is what they intend to do then you
» » don’t need them because all you would have to do is buy a lot of latisse
» » and put a lot of lattise on your head. That would be really expensive.
» » They need to get the active ingredient, bimatoprost, and formulate a
» » solution, but the first issue is whether or not they can even get pure
» » bimatoprost and whether or not it’s been authorized for use in the
» general
» » marketplace.

»
» Perhaps what “Joe from Staten Island” was suggesting is that Doctors could
» treat patients with Bimotoprost “off label” for hairloss. Just like doctors
» use topical Sprionolactone (e.g. Dr Lee) for the same reason and Proscar
» was used to treat people with hairloss “off label” before Propecia was FDA
» approved. Sprironolactone doesnt have FDA clearance for hairloss, but
» doctors still compund it into a topical for hairloss. What Doctors would
» probably want to see from the Bimotoprost study will be the safety aspects,
» effectiveness and the dosage before they start prescribing it for “off
» label” purposes. Also, doctors that presribe bimotoprost will likely also
» want to monitor the patient during treatment since it hasnt yet gone
» through the full FDA approval process.

I don’t know where they will get pure bimatoprost. The only form of this that I know of that is in the public domain is the bimatoprost inside of latisse and that is not a strong enough dose. they would need to get the pure bimatoprost and make a formulation with a higher dose. If pure bimatoprost is in the public domain then that is possible, but I don’t know for sure if pure bimatoprost is in the public domain or not. Is it gettable without buying it as latisse???


#8

» » » » » » On this Sundays (Jan 16) baldtruth live show Spencer Kobren said
» » he
» » » » will
» » » » » » hopefully have Craig Ziering of Histogen on the show next Sunday
» » » (Jan
» » » » » 23),
» » » » » » and that he has exciting news.
» » » » »
» » » » » He also said he will interview Gary Hitzig next Sunday as well,
» and
» » » that
» » » » he
» » » » » has some exciting news as well.
» » » »
» » » » A regular caller called “Joe from Staten Island” said that Latisse
» » will
» » » » finish safety trials in February and that after February Doctors
» will
» » be
» » » » allowed to experiment with high concentrations of Bimaprost.
» » » »
» » » » Also he said that hair did grow with high levels of Bimaprost.
» » »
» » »
» » »
» » » Something about what “Joe from Staten Island” said sounds a little
» » » peculiar. yes, it’s true that safety trials will be done in February
» but
» » I
» » » don’t see how that would have any effect on doctors being allowed to
» » » experiment with higher doses. Either bimatoprost is available to the
» » » general marketplace or it isn’t. The safety trials that allergan is
» » » wrapping up do not give doctors the right to experiment because. What
» » » "Joe) said doesn’t really make any sense. It’s as though he is saying
» » that
» » » once the safety trials are completed then all of a sudden doctors all
» » » around the country can legally start using larger doses of
» bimatoprost,
» » but
» » » completion of saftey trials does not automatically give doctors the
» » right
» » » to experiment with the medicine. I don’t think doctors have the right
» to
» » » experiment with any medical molecule until the federal government has
» » » authorized the molecule into the general marketplace. Yes, the
» federal
» » » government has authorized latisse into the general marketplace but
» » latisse
» » » is one thing whereas pure bimatoprost is another thing. Bimatoprost
» is
» » » inside of latisse, and bimatoprost is the active ingredient inside of
» » » latisse, but pure bimatoprost is not the same thing as latisse.
» » »
» » » Someone needs to do a search to find out if pure bimatoprost has
» been
» » » authorized into the general public. Quite frankly, I don’t know how
» to
» » » find that information.

» » »
» » » I don’t know for sure if pure bimatoprost has been authorized to the
» » » general marketplace but if it hasn’t then I don’t think doctors would
» » start
» » » experimenting with it outside of allergan. Doctors experimented with
» » » minoxidil before it became available, but they did that by taking the
» » » crushed minoxidil pills that were already in the general marketplace
» and
» » » crushing those pills and putting the crushed pills into different
» » solutions
» » » to turn it into a liquid. But you can’t do the same thing with
» latisse
» » and
» » » you don’t have to because Latisse is already in liquid form. The
» » problem
» » » with latisse is that the dose of bimatoprost is not strong enough and
» » you
» » » can’t take the bimatoprost out of latisse so you have to be able to
» get,
» » » and use, pure bimatoprost so you can put it inside of a liquid
» solution
» » at
» » » stronger doses than already exists inside of latisse.
» » »
» » » I do think that the completion of the safety studies for latisse
» “could”
» » » inspire some doctors to experiment with higher dose bimatoprost if the
» » » safety studies are good, but the doctors who would experiment with
» » higher
» » » doses of bimatoprost have to be able to secure pure bimatoprost
» instead
» » of
» » » latisse. they can not take latisse and turn it into a larger dose
» » » bimatoprost solution because if that is what they intend to do then
» you
» » » don’t need them because all you would have to do is buy a lot of
» latisse
» » » and put a lot of lattise on your head. That would be really expensive.
»
» » » They need to get the active ingredient, bimatoprost, and formulate
» a
» » » solution, but the first issue is whether or not they can even get pure
» » » bimatoprost and whether or not it’s been authorized for use in the
» » general
» » » marketplace.

» »
» » Perhaps what “Joe from Staten Island” was suggesting is that Doctors
» could
» » treat patients with Bimotoprost “off label” for hairloss. Just like
» doctors
» » use topical Sprionolactone (e.g. Dr Lee) for the same reason and Proscar
» » was used to treat people with hairloss “off label” before Propecia was
» FDA
» » approved. Sprironolactone doesnt have FDA clearance for hairloss, but
» » doctors still compund it into a topical for hairloss. What Doctors would
» » probably want to see from the Bimotoprost study will be the safety
» aspects,
» » effectiveness and the dosage before they start prescribing it for “off
» » label” purposes. Also, doctors that presribe bimotoprost will likely
» also
» » want to monitor the patient during treatment since it hasnt yet gone
» » through the full FDA approval process.
»
»
» I don’t know where they will get pure bimatoprost. The only form of this
» that I know of that is in the public domain is the bimatoprost inside of
» latisse and that is not a strong enough dose. they would need to get the
» pure bimatoprost and make a formulation with a higher dose. If pure
» bimatoprost is in the public domain then that is possible, but I don’t know
» for sure if pure bimatoprost is in the public domain or not. Is it
» gettable without buying it as latisse???

Yes its definately gettable.

Google bimatoprost CSA 155206-00-1 and you will see many chemical companies that synthesise it. But who knows of the reliability, purity, etc, etc unless someone has ordered from these companies before.


#9

» » » » » » » On this Sundays (Jan 16) baldtruth live show Spencer Kobren
» said
» » » he
» » » » » will
» » » » » » » hopefully have Craig Ziering of Histogen on the show next
» Sunday
» » » » (Jan
» » » » » » 23),
» » » » » » » and that he has exciting news.
» » » » » »
» » » » » » He also said he will interview Gary Hitzig next Sunday as well,
» » and
» » » » that
» » » » » he
» » » » » » has some exciting news as well.
» » » » »
» » » » » A regular caller called “Joe from Staten Island” said that Latisse
» » » will
» » » » » finish safety trials in February and that after February Doctors
» » will
» » » be
» » » » » allowed to experiment with high concentrations of Bimaprost.
» » » » »
» » » » » Also he said that hair did grow with high levels of Bimaprost.
» » » »
» » » »
» » » »
» » » » Something about what “Joe from Staten Island” said sounds a little
» » » » peculiar. yes, it’s true that safety trials will be done in
» February
» » but
» » » I
» » » » don’t see how that would have any effect on doctors being allowed to
» » » » experiment with higher doses. Either bimatoprost is available to
» the
» » » » general marketplace or it isn’t. The safety trials that allergan is
» » » » wrapping up do not give doctors the right to experiment because.
» What
» » » » "Joe) said doesn’t really make any sense. It’s as though he is
» saying
» » » that
» » » » once the safety trials are completed then all of a sudden doctors
» all
» » » » around the country can legally start using larger doses of
» » bimatoprost,
» » » but
» » » » completion of saftey trials does not automatically give doctors the
» » » right
» » » » to experiment with the medicine. I don’t think doctors have the
» right
» » to
» » » » experiment with any medical molecule until the federal government
» has
» » » » authorized the molecule into the general marketplace. Yes, the
» » federal
» » » » government has authorized latisse into the general marketplace but
» » » latisse
» » » » is one thing whereas pure bimatoprost is another thing. Bimatoprost
» » is
» » » » inside of latisse, and bimatoprost is the active ingredient inside
» of
» » » » latisse, but pure bimatoprost is not the same thing as latisse.
» » » »
» » » » Someone needs to do a search to find out if pure bimatoprost has
» » been
» » » » authorized into the general public. Quite frankly, I don’t know how
» » to
» » » » find that information.

» » » »
» » » » I don’t know for sure if pure bimatoprost has been authorized to the
» » » » general marketplace but if it hasn’t then I don’t think doctors
» would
» » » start
» » » » experimenting with it outside of allergan. Doctors experimented
» with
» » » » minoxidil before it became available, but they did that by taking
» the
» » » » crushed minoxidil pills that were already in the general marketplace
» » and
» » » » crushing those pills and putting the crushed pills into different
» » » solutions
» » » » to turn it into a liquid. But you can’t do the same thing with
» » latisse
» » » and
» » » » you don’t have to because Latisse is already in liquid form. The
» » » problem
» » » » with latisse is that the dose of bimatoprost is not strong enough
» and
» » » you
» » » » can’t take the bimatoprost out of latisse so you have to be able to
» » get,
» » » » and use, pure bimatoprost so you can put it inside of a liquid
» » solution
» » » at
» » » » stronger doses than already exists inside of latisse.
» » » »
» » » » I do think that the completion of the safety studies for latisse
» » “could”
» » » » inspire some doctors to experiment with higher dose bimatoprost if
» the
» » » » safety studies are good, but the doctors who would experiment with
» » » higher
» » » » doses of bimatoprost have to be able to secure pure bimatoprost
» » instead
» » » of
» » » » latisse. they can not take latisse and turn it into a larger dose
» » » » bimatoprost solution because if that is what they intend to do then
» » you
» » » » don’t need them because all you would have to do is buy a lot of
» » latisse
» » » » and put a lot of lattise on your head. That would be really
» expensive.
» »
» » » » They need to get the active ingredient, bimatoprost, and
» formulate
» » a
» » » » solution, but the first issue is whether or not they can even get
» pure
» » » » bimatoprost and whether or not it’s been authorized for use in the
» » » general
» » » » marketplace.

» » »
» » » Perhaps what “Joe from Staten Island” was suggesting is that Doctors
» » could
» » » treat patients with Bimotoprost “off label” for hairloss. Just like
» » doctors
» » » use topical Sprionolactone (e.g. Dr Lee) for the same reason and
» Proscar
» » » was used to treat people with hairloss “off label” before Propecia was
» » FDA
» » » approved. Sprironolactone doesnt have FDA clearance for hairloss, but
» » » doctors still compund it into a topical for hairloss. What Doctors
» would
» » » probably want to see from the Bimotoprost study will be the safety
» » aspects,
» » » effectiveness and the dosage before they start prescribing it for “off
» » » label” purposes. Also, doctors that presribe bimotoprost will likely
» » also
» » » want to monitor the patient during treatment since it hasnt yet gone
» » » through the full FDA approval process.
» »
» »
» » I don’t know where they will get pure bimatoprost. The only form of
» this
» » that I know of that is in the public domain is the bimatoprost inside of
» » latisse and that is not a strong enough dose. they would need to get
» the
» » pure bimatoprost and make a formulation with a higher dose. If pure
» » bimatoprost is in the public domain then that is possible, but I don’t
» know
» » for sure if pure bimatoprost is in the public domain or not. Is it
» » gettable without buying it as latisse???
»
» Yes its definately gettable.
»
» Google bimatoprost CSA 155206-00-1 and you will see many chemical companies
» that synthesise it. But who knows of the reliability, purity, etc, etc
» unless someone has ordered from these companies before.

That’s very interesting. That means that pure bimatoprost is “gettable.” As far as whether or not these companies are selling “reliable, pure, etc” bimatoprost I can tell you that the companies that sell these pure bulk chemicals would go out of business if they did not sell the real deal. The customers that buy from wholesale chemical suppliers do not want to get fake or impure chemicals so the only way for a chemical supplier to stay in business is to constantly sell good produce. Now there are different standards of cleanliness - there is industrial grade and consumer grade. The industria grade is less clean and the consumer grade has been washed pretty well of contaminants and byproduct. Anyway, from what you have said I’m convinced that it’s gettable so now we just wait to see if some dr. or pharmacy starts producing bimatoprost in higher concentration after the present safety study is completed and the results are in.


#10

» On this Sundays (Jan 16) baldtruth live show Spencer Kobren said he will
» hopefully have Craig Ziering of Histogen on the show next Sunday (Jan 23),
» and that he has exciting news.

I wonder what the exciting news is. I wonder if he has worked out a deal with the stem cell merchant to secure stem cells for his next experiment. He has said he wants to do an experiment involving PRP + Acell + stem cells and he is meeting with a company that already has FDA approval to extract stem cells from blood.

Remember, it is dr. Hitzig’s conclusion that Acell turns stem cells into progenitor cells, and if that is the case then it does make some kind of sense that adding stem cells to the PRP and Acell could result in the Acell turning those stem cells into Progenitor cells, and that in turn could result in more new hair. I have my fingers crossed, but I really don’t know what to think because it does seem that there are already plenty of stem cells in the skin of the scalp that could be morphed into progenitor cells so it does kind of seem like adding more stem cells might not make any difference. You see, there must already be lots of stem cells in any location of your body or else Acell would not be able to “recruit” stem cells in the vicinity local to where the Acell is applied to reproduce lost appendages. For example, we know that when Acell is applied it finds enough local stem cells in the vicinity to do things like grow appendages and if it can find enough local stem cells to grow appendages then surely it could find enough stem cells locally to grow a lot of hair. On the other hand, if Acell does recruit stem cells locally to where it’s applied, and activates those stem cells (turning them into progenitor cells) then it seems that it could recruit and activate stem cells that are part of the treatment mix just as well. So it does seem that if Dr. Hitzig adds stem cells to the PRP + Acell treatment then that would be more stem cells for the Acell + PRP to activate and turn into progenitor cells, assuming that there is some shortage of these cells in the vicinity where the Acell + PRP is applied so more stem cells are needed for the Acell to activate and turn into progenitor cells.

Heck! Who knows??? I just know that Dr. Hitzig is making new hair somehow someway with PRP + Acell and adding stem cells to the mix could possibly make a positive difference by adding more stem cells for the Acell and PRP to turn into progenitor cells. Let’s keep our fingers crossed.

But right now, until this new experiment adding stem cells to the mix takes place, it does seem like there is a chance that adding these progenitor cells, instead of stem cells, might be the best way to go. The experiment using Acell + PRP + stem cells could answer that question.


#11

Did he come on the show then??


#12

» Did he come on the show then??

I don’t know if he went on the show? I’m on the west coast.

also, I don’t understand why spencer k. gets all of these scoops. he’s a jerk and there really is no explanation for why he gets these scoops.


#13

» » Did he come on the show then??
»
» I don’t know if he went on the show? I’m on the west coast.
»
» also, I don’t understand why spencer k. gets all of these scoops. he’s a
» jerk and there really is no explanation for why he gets these scoops.

I bet Spencer will do his average Wishy Washy Questions Routine. Always dancing around the important things


#14

» Remember, it is dr. Hitzig’s conclusion that Acell turns stem cells into
» progenitor cells, and if that is the case then it does make some kind of
» sense that adding stem cells to the PRP and Acell could result in the Acell
» turning those stem cells into Progenitor cells, and that in turn could
» result in more new hair. I have my fingers crossed, but I really don’t
» know what to think because it does seem that there are already plenty of
» stem cells in the skin of the scalp that could be morphed into progenitor
» cells so it does kind of seem like adding more stem cells might not make
» any difference.

googoo, what can you see on the close-up picture above?

I can see a close-up of a tiny piece of glassy tissue, full-loaded with STEM CELLS; specific types of stem cells.

  1. What happens if you implant this tiny piece of glassy tissue full-loaded with these stem cells into a hairless tissue?

  2. What happens if you implant such a tiny piece of tissue WITHOUT those black fibers (no idea what it is) into hairless tissue? Or with other words: What happens if you implant such a tiny piece tissue without these fibres from a hairless area into another hairless area?


#15

Ahh another day, another Iron Man Guessing Game.

Graft its a Graft, but my Gut tells me that later this day the whole discussion will go back to Gho again and usual bla bla.

Btw we are still missing answers why Hitzig and Cooleys tretment is not THE permanent solution


#16

» Btw we are still missing answers why Hitzig and Cooleys tretment is not THE
» permanent solution

Mr. Leeroy.Jenkins, you’re NOT in the position to ask any questions. Goodbye!


#17

» » Btw we are still missing answers why Hitzig and Cooleys tretment is not
» THE
» » permanent solution
»
» Mr. Leeroy.Jenkins, you’re NOT in the position to ask any questions.
» Goodbye!

Mister what? Insults as Always. And still dancing around answers and playing the Guess Whats Up Games. Its getting Old especially when it is slowing down the discussion process


#18

» » » Btw we are still missing answers why Hitzig and Cooleys tretment is
» not
» » THE
» » » permanent solution
» »
» » Mr. Leeroy.Jenkins, you’re NOT in the position to ask any questions.
» » Goodbye!
»
» Mister what?

I said Mr. Leeroy.Jenkins - can’t you read? To use a proxy might be a good idea, but a proxy can’t correct stupidity. How bad! :smiley:


#19

» » » » Btw we are still missing answers why Hitzig and Cooleys tretment is
» » not
» » » THE
» » » » permanent solution
» » »
» » » Mr. Leeroy.Jenkins, you’re NOT in the position to ask any questions.
» » » Goodbye!
» »
» » Mister what?
»
» I said Mr. Leeroy.Jenkins - can’t you read? To use a proxy might be a good
» idea, but a proxy can’t correct stupidity. How bad! :smiley:

Proxy nope use regular Internet. How about you Mister HairRobinHood how is the back of your head right now? Hope Gho can fix this soon.

So you had your 5 minutes attention again. Iam pretty psyched about this Interview, hope this time we got the hard questions.


#20

» How about you Mister HairRobinHood

Thanks, I’m fine, rapunzal.

» how is the back of your head right now? Hope Gho can fix this soon

Thanks, I hope that too, Leeroy!