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TKL Research, Inc. ongoing \'Hair Regeneration\' study


#1

It looks like these guys have-been charged by someone(?) to conduct a ‘Hair Regeneration’ study/trial:
http://www.tklresearch.com/sCalendar.html

I just dropped them a line to get more info.


#2

» It looks like these guys have-been charged by someone(?) to conduct a
» ‘Hair Regeneration’ study/trial:
» http://www.tklresearch.com/sCalendar.html
»
» I just dropped them a line to get more info.

Hmm they are in Dirty Jersey.


#3

» It looks like these guys have-been charged by someone(?) to conduct a
» ‘Hair Regeneration’ study/trial:
» http://www.tklresearch.com/sCalendar.html
»
» I just dropped them a line to get more info.

Someone from another forum called them and was left with the impression that this is an Aderans trial (because everything sounds similar). He was told this is not a placebo based or double blind FDA type of study. Everyone gets the real procedure, it is for the crown and not the front, and you cannot be on current hairloss meds (although they are willing to put people on a list in case a follow up trial allowed those using meds to participate) He thinks they’re making slight modifications to the procedure on the fly in trying to determine what works best (assuming that it works at all). Apparently, the trial calls for 13 visits.


#4

Good work Rev. 13 visits. Does it say over what period? Once a week seems overkill if its a 3 month period, but 12 months is way to long.

Histogen has announced that it will do trials to tinker with its treatment. Hopefully this new trial means Aderans are doing the same thing and have positive results rather than they have nothing.

Has anyone heard any rumours about how the initial trials went?


#5

Interesting. I’m in NYC and on no hair meds except Minox. But I’d stop minox depending on what this trial is.

» Good work Rev. 13 visits. Does it say over what period? Once a week seems
» overkill if its a 3 month period, but 12 months is way to long.
»
» Histogen has announced that it will do trials to tinker with its
» treatment. Hopefully this new trial means Aderans are doing the same thing
» and have positive results rather than they have nothing.
»
» Has anyone heard any rumours about how the initial trials went?


#6

(bumping roger_that’s threads off the bottom of the page)