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#1

I say pra all here of this site… what they think on starting to write emails for follica and George Cotsarelis, on the beginning of the experiences in human beings in this summer in Boston? I am certain that with all together ordering emails for follica it is more easy to obtain a reply that only one writing alone? I am correct? somebody thinks the same?


#2

» I say pra all here of this site… what they think on starting to write
» emails for follica and George Cotsarelis, on the beginning of the
» experiences in human beings in this summer in Boston? I am certain that
» with all together ordering emails for follica it is more easy to obtain a
» reply that only one writing alone? I am correct? somebody thinks the same?

The San Francisco Chronicle takes a hard look at the new baldness therapies in the pipeline, concentrating much of its attention on Follica, which is focusing on microdermabrasion to remove an outer layer of dead cells. That process, encouraged by a new therapy, would allow deeper cells to spur the growth of new hair follicles. “We view it as a very early, very high-risk project,” InterWest Partners’ Chris Ehrlich tells the newspaper. “But if it works, it would be great.”

Very high-risk - this is the problem

see other links about follica

http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2008/03/07/BU4IVBIV2.DTL&tsp=1

I’ll be going down the FUE hair transpant path early next year,so lets see if anything comes up by then,which would be nice,but I will not hold my breathe

I might even just carry on shaving what hair I have with a razor - skinheads rule (Or at least they do now)

These two ideas are options,not dreams!

Intercytex was a nice dream,took us all in - fools we are!

I really hope I’m wrong,I really do - DOH!


#3

I feel very if you disappointed yourself with icx baldie42. all know that you live in England, and that it dreamed of intercytex, but nor all are destined to the failure as paul kamp. after the imperfection of intercytex, you always come here in this site to speak that follica fails. baldie42 thinks positive…it buys an aerial ticket in next the 2 years and travels for Boston. It forgets intercytex in next the 5 years. follica produces a head full of hair before of intercytex…:wink:


#4

» I feel very if you disappointed yourself with icx baldie42. all know that
» you live in England, and that it dreamed of intercytex, but nor all are
» destined to the failure as paul kamp. after the imperfection of intercytex,
» you always come here in this site to speak that follica fails. baldie42
» thinks positive…it buys an aerial ticket in next the 2 years and travels
» for Boston. It forgets intercytex in next the 5 years. follica produces a
» head full of hair before of intercytex…:wink:

Yes I hope so,but others and myself spent quite a few years watching and waiting for ICX-TRC.I just hope we don’t all go down the same path again.

I’ve always looked at fue hair transplants,even while I was watching and waiting for ICX-TRC.I’ve recently started asking a few questions about FUE on hair transplant forum - this might be the option I’ll be going for,who knows.

I’ve still got quite a bit of (thinning) hair on top.I do not want to much,just a full looking NW3 would be good.I shave my head most days.I haven’t today,not going out,so out of curiosity I’ve not shaved,just so I can check that I’ve no more hairloss that I can notice - I can’t see any more loss,I’m not even sure I lossing any more.26 years of losing hair is bloody slow.

Lets hope it follica happens soon then


#5

» » I feel very if you disappointed yourself with icx baldie42. all know
» that
» » you live in England, and that it dreamed of intercytex, but nor all are
» » destined to the failure as paul kamp. after the imperfection of
» intercytex,
» » you always come here in this site to speak that follica fails.
» baldie42
» » thinks positive…it buys an aerial ticket in next the 2 years and
» travels
» » for Boston. It forgets intercytex in next the 5 years.
» follica produces a
» » head full of hair before of intercytex…:wink:
»
» Yes I hope so,but others and myself spent quite a few years watching and
» waiting for ICX-TRC.I just hope we don’t all go down the same path again.
»
» I’ve always looked at fue hair transplants,even while I was watching and
» waiting for ICX-TRC.I’ve recently started asking a few questions about FUE
» on hair transplant forum - this might be the option I’ll be going for,who
» knows.
»
» I’ve still got quite a bit of (thinning) hair on top.I do not want to
» much,just a full looking NW3 would be good.I shave my head most days.I
» haven’t today,not going out,so out of curiosity I’ve not shaved,just so I
» can check that I’ve no more hairloss that I can notice - I can’t see any
» more loss,I’m not even sure I lossing any more.26 years of losing hair is
» bloody slow.
»
» Lets hope it follica happens soon then

I hear ya buddy. I’m sick of waiting for the complete cure. I’m getting FUE, fix what I can and enjoy the rest of my silly life.

Seriously though… Millions of dollars and man hours have been thrown at this hairloss problem, some theories seems to work but not consistently but it has worked so in my opionion it is close but when you define close in scientific research it could mean a lifetime.


#6

» » I say pra all here of this site… what they think on starting to write
» » emails for follica and George Cotsarelis, on the beginning of the
» » experiences in human beings in this summer in Boston? I am certain that
» » with all together ordering emails for follica it is more easy to obtain
» a
» » reply that only one writing alone? I am correct? somebody thinks the
» same?
»
» The San Francisco Chronicle takes a hard look at the new baldness
» therapies in the pipeline, concentrating much of its attention on Follica,
» which is focusing on microdermabrasion to remove an outer layer of dead
» cells. That process, encouraged by a new therapy, would allow deeper cells
» to spur the growth of new hair follicles. “We view it as a very early,
» very high-risk project,” InterWest Partners’ Chris
» Ehrlich tells the newspaper. “But if it works, it would be great.”
»
»
» Very high-risk - this is the problem
»
» see other links about follica
»
»
» http://www.fiercebiotech.com/story/follica-sees-bushy-prospects-in-baldness-therapy/2008-03-07
»
» http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2008/03/07/BU4IVBIV2.DTL&tsp=1
»

Kind of funny. They first mention Follica in that article followed by an honorable mention to Aderans and Washenik but no mention whatsoever of the all infamous ICX who everyone was so horny for on this site.