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#1

This gotta be a sign for the update some of us have been waiting for. Or maybe just me, cause everyone seems to hate this guy already :slight_smile:
Just tell us what this product of yours is Whitfield!! Anything but a new laser treatment…


#2

» This gotta be a sign for the update some of us have been waiting for. Or
» maybe just me, cause everyone seems to hate this guy already :slight_smile:
» Just tell us what this product of yours is Whitfield!! Anything but a new
» laser treatment…

I just checked; I still see the same old site.
LOL January is fast approaching, and I’d like to remind people of this epic article (dated January 16th, 2009)

Thomas Whitfield: The Oxford student who plans to make baldness a thing of the past
By Richard Tyler
Published: 8:06AM GMT 16 Jan 2009

An Oxford PhD is developing a new technology that he believes will offer effective hair loss prevention to the masses.

Thomas Whitfield is hoping his business will give him plenty to smile about

There comes a moment in most men’s lives when they have to admit that they are losing their hair. The realisation is painful enough; doing something about it is even worse.

The slippery descent into lotions and pills, toupés and skin grafts fills most with horror. But where there’s vanity there’s money to be made. Hair loss can also, for some, equal a loss of career prospects and of confidence. Suddenly a solution turns from vanity product into an essential and valuable treatment.

So keep an eye on Thomas Whitfield. The 27-year-old Oxford biochemistry PhD is working on a venture called TRX2 (derived from the Greek word for hair, Trichos. “The two for second – your second generation of hair,” he tells me). It promises to make “hair loss a thing of the past”.

Still in stealth mode as the intellectual property is in the process of being protected, Whitfield plans to have his “product and service” on the market within 12 months. His only guidance is that it is not based on “gene therapy” – an area being explored by several other British start-ups.

The Kilcady-born entrepreneur, who grew up in Germany – his mother is German – said: “Current treatments don’t work properly or they are inconvenient or they are simply very, very expensive. We have come up with a solution that’s quite easy and much cheaper.”

To add to his credibility, he has already founded a successful internet venture called Miomi.com , which plots user-generated personal histories.

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”.


#3

» » This gotta be a sign for the update some of us have been waiting for. Or
» » maybe just me, cause everyone seems to hate this guy already :slight_smile:
» » Just tell us what this product of yours is Whitfield!! Anything but a
» new
» » laser treatment…
»

wtf. My computer must be messed up again then. Sorry.

» I just checked; I still see the same old site.
» LOL January is fast approaching, and I’d like to remind people of this
» epic article (dated January 16th, 2009)
»
»
» Thomas Whitfield: The Oxford student who plans
» to make baldness a thing of the past

» By Richard Tyler
» Published: 8:06AM GMT 16 Jan 2009
»
» An Oxford PhD is developing a new technology that he believes will offer
» effective hair loss prevention to the masses.
»
»
» Thomas Whitfield is hoping his business will give him plenty to smile
» about

»
» There comes a moment in most men’s lives when they have to admit that they
» are losing their hair. The realisation is painful enough; doing something
» about it is even worse.
»
» The slippery descent into lotions and pills, toupés and skin grafts fills
» most with horror. But where there’s vanity there’s money to be made. Hair
» loss can also, for some, equal a loss of career prospects and of
» confidence. Suddenly a solution turns from vanity product into an essential
» and valuable treatment.
»
» So keep an eye on Thomas Whitfield. The 27-year-old Oxford biochemistry
» PhD is working on a venture called TRX2 (derived from the Greek word for
» hair, Trichos. “The two for second – your second generation of hair,” he
» tells me). It promises to make “hair loss a thing of the past”.
»
» Still in stealth mode as the intellectual property is in the process of
» being protected, Whitfield plans to have his “product and service” on
» the market within 12 months.
His only guidance is that it is not based
» on “gene therapy” – an area being explored by several other British
» start-ups.
»
» The Kilcady-born entrepreneur, who grew up in Germany – his mother is
» German – said: “Current treatments don’t work properly or they are
» inconvenient or they are simply very, very expensive. We have come up with
» a solution that’s quite easy and much cheaper.”
»
» To add to his credibility, he has already founded a successful internet
» venture called Miomi.com , which plots user-generated personal histories.
»
» 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/4268434/Thomas-Whitfield-The-Oxford-student-who-plans-to-make-baldness-a-thing-of-the-past.html
»


#4

» » » This gotta be a sign for the update some of us have been waiting for.
» Or
» » » maybe just me, cause everyone seems to hate this guy already :slight_smile:
» » » Just tell us what this product of yours is Whitfield!! Anything but a
» » new
» » » laser treatment…
» »
»
» wtf. My computer must be messed up again then. Sorry.
»
»
» » I just checked; I still see the same old site.
» » LOL January is fast approaching, and I’d like to remind people of this
» » epic article (dated January 16th, 2009)
» »
» »
» » Thomas Whitfield: The Oxford student who
» plans
» » to make baldness a thing of the past

» » By Richard Tyler
» » Published: 8:06AM GMT 16 Jan 2009
» »
» » An Oxford PhD is developing a new technology that he believes will
» offer
» » effective hair loss prevention to the masses.
» »
»
» »
» » Thomas Whitfield is hoping his business will give him plenty to
» smile
» » about

» »
» » There comes a moment in most men’s lives when they have to admit that
» they
» » are losing their hair. The realisation is painful enough; doing
» something
» » about it is even worse.
» »
» » The slippery descent into lotions and pills, toupés and skin grafts
» fills
» » most with horror. But where there’s vanity there’s money to be made.
» Hair
» » loss can also, for some, equal a loss of career prospects and of
» » confidence. Suddenly a solution turns from vanity product into an
» essential
» » and valuable treatment.
» »
» » So keep an eye on Thomas Whitfield. The 27-year-old Oxford biochemistry
» » PhD is working on a venture called TRX2 (derived from the Greek word
» for
» » hair, Trichos. “The two for second – your second generation of hair,”
» he
» » tells me). It promises to make “hair loss a thing of the past”.
» »
» » Still in stealth mode as the intellectual property is in the process of
» » being protected, Whitfield plans to have his “product and service”
» on
» » the market within 12 months.
His only guidance is that it is not
» based
» » on “gene therapy” – an area being explored by several other British
» » start-ups.
» »
» » The Kilcady-born entrepreneur, who grew up in Germany – his mother is
» » German – said: “Current treatments don’t work properly or they are
» » inconvenient or they are simply very, very expensive. We have come up
» with
» » a solution that’s quite easy and much cheaper.”
» »
» » To add to his credibility, he has already founded a successful internet
» » venture called Miomi.com , which plots user-generated personal
» histories.
» »
» » 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/4268434/Thomas-Whitfield-The-Oxford-student-who-plans-to-make-baldness-a-thing-of-the-past.html
» »

He’s very similar to joker of batman, nice smile. But why we are speaking about him? Only for a site? I will be rich doing a site and telling around i have the solution for the cancer or else… we want facts, i hate to speak about these jokers. Don’t make sponsor to them.


#5

Although Whitfield has little to show for his efforts apart from a website and a puff piece in the Telegraph, he did win a very prestigious scholarship. Worth keeping an eye on. Thanks for keeping us informed Z79 but please no more false updates! :wink:


#6

» Although Whitfield has little to show for his efforts apart from a website
» and a puff piece in the Telegraph, he did win a very prestigious
» scholarship. Worth keeping an eye on. Thanks for keeping us informed Z79
» but please no more false updates! :wink:
Actually it has been down a few more times the last couple of days and now oxbiolabs.com is gone. But I wont speculate in why that is.


#7

You’re all reading this thread, debating whether the cure for MPB will actually be coming very soon, from this guy:

Need I say more?


#8

» You’re all reading this thread, debating whether the cure for MPB will
» actually be coming very soon, from this guy:
»
»
»
» Need I say more?

Yeah no kidding. I don’t care if he does come up with a miracle cure, the day I buy something from a constipated hobbit is the day I die.


#9

» » You’re all reading this thread, debating whether the cure for MPB will
» » actually be coming very soon, from this guy:
» »
» »
»
» »
» » Need I say more?
»
»
» Yeah no kidding. I don’t care if he does come up with a miracle cure, the
» day I buy something from a constipated hobbit is the day I die.

I think everyone on this forum would buy and use a miracle cure even if it came out the butthole of a deformed, mutant gorilla.


#10

Any thoughts on the link which is provided on TRX2 Facebook page? The title is in spanish and says something to the effect of “John first day part one”. And then there is another one labeled “part two” and It’s a youtube video of an older man who is NW6-7 range…he holds up his photo drivers license as if to prove it’s him and that he’s really bald. The video stops at that point.

Not sure when that link was added - was it always there?


#11

» Any thoughts on the link which is provided on TRX2 Facebook page? The
» title is in spanish and says something to the effect of “John first day
» part one”. And then there is another one labeled “part two” and It’s a
» youtube video of an older man who is NW6-7 range…he holds up his photo
» drivers license as if to prove it’s him and that he’s really bald. The
» video stops at that point.
»
» Not sure when that link was added - was it always there?

Sorry but wich video???
Can you please put the link.
Regards
Alex


#12

» » Any thoughts on the link which is provided on TRX2 Facebook page? The
» » title is in spanish and says something to the effect of “John first day
» » part one”. And then there is another one labeled “part two” and It’s a
» » youtube video of an older man who is NW6-7 range…he holds up his
» photo
» » drivers license as if to prove it’s him and that he’s really bald. The
» » video stops at that point.
» »
» » Not sure when that link was added - was it always there?
»
» Sorry but wich video???
» Can you please put the link.
» Regards
» Alex

The video is not from TRX2. It’s from this site: http://volverpelo.iespana.es/index.html. It seems that it’s a Spanish (?) company offering their own hair loss treatment. The YouTube video is here: http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-2868713475508563694#

Perhaps someone who is fluent in Spanish can translate for us?

Also, has anyone emailed TRX2? I emailed them a month ago and got no reply. Perhaps someone can try to see if they get a better response.

-Leo


#13

» » » Any thoughts on the link which is provided on TRX2 Facebook page? The
» » » title is in spanish and says something to the effect of “John first
» day
» » » part one”. And then there is another one labeled “part two” and It’s
» a
» » » youtube video of an older man who is NW6-7 range…he holds up his
» » photo
» » » drivers license as if to prove it’s him and that he’s really bald.
» The
» » » video stops at that point.
» » »
» » » Not sure when that link was added - was it always there?
» »
» » Sorry but wich video???
» » Can you please put the link.
» » Regards
» » Alex
»
» The video is not from TRX2. It’s from this site:
» http://volverpelo.iespana.es/index.html. It seems that it’s a Spanish (?)
» company offering their own hair loss treatment. The YouTube video is here:
» http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-2868713475508563694#
»
» Perhaps someone who is fluent in Spanish can translate for us?
»
» Also, has anyone emailed TRX2? I emailed them a month ago and got no
» reply. Perhaps someone can try to see if they get a better response.
»
» -Leo

At the start of the video you can see “Marina Resneeva … Resmar”. She’s a very big sc*ammer known at the spanish forums. So don’t waste your time with her videos. I don’t think she has any relationship with TRX2, she only linked a video at the TRX2 facebook group.

PD: WTF?? I can’t put the word “s c a m m e r” !!!