» » » » My favorite nutters are the ones who think there’s a giant
» » » » preventing a real bald cure.
» » »
» » » Maybe no conspiracy theory but you can’t deny the fact that hair
» » » transplant doctors are nervous that some giant conglomerate like
» » Adearns
» » » will come up with a cure and single handedly take away all their
» » » businesses.
» » And you think they have the power to derail a “giant conglomerate” or
» » pharma industry from marketing a better protocol?
» I never said they had the power to do that, I don’t know, maybe they do or
» maybe they don’t, your guess is as good as mine, all I was saying s that it
» doesn’t sit well with the hair transplant doctors knowing that their career
» could vanish overnight.
They don’t. Feel better? They’re just a bunch of HT doctors. How would they derail it? Getting them to work together is like herding cats. And even if they did unite, they don’t have the resources to combat a multi-billion-dollar, multi-national corporation. Further, there is no multi-national that would torpedo a potential block-buster protocol just to protect the relatively poor-selling protocols that currently exist (Propecia doesn’t sell well, Dutasteride and Nizoral aren’t even approved or marketed for hair loss, and even Rogain sold poorly OTC until they released the foam). Its much more likely that they’d buy the new protocol so they could market it themselves.
As for their career vanishing, that’s unlikely, as they’ll just administer the new protocol instead of doing HTs.