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To Stephen Foote

Hi Stephen,

I ran across this patent and immediately thought of your theory. It supposedly uses a vacuum to create negative pressure on the head to induce hair growth. Of course this may just be complete nonsense, but wondered what your thoughts were. Would something like this fit in with your theory of reducing or eliminating contact inhibition?

Sorry this doesn’t really have anything to do with HM. I know Stephen Foote responds here on occasion.

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