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#1

Well now that we are seeing some increased interest by investors towards follica, do you think thiers a greater chance of sucsess or still the same?


#2

» Well now that we are seeing some increased interest by investors towards
» follica, do you think thiers a greater chance of sucsess or still the same?

What do you want people to say? “100% for sure!”? Why do you think “increased interest by investors” would have any affect on the likelyhood of their protocol working? What does “increased interest” have on the quality of their science? What a stupid thread. Sadly, I’m sure it will be the first of many more.


#3

» » Well now that we are seeing some increased interest by investors towards
» » follica, do you think thiers a greater chance of sucsess or still the
» same?
»
» What do you want people to say? “100% for sure!”? Why do you think
» “increased interest by investors” would have any affect on the likelyhood
» of their protocol working? What does “increased interest” have on the
» quality of their science? What a stupid thread. Sadly, I’m sure it will
» be the first of many more.

no sadly your stupid… money determines how much time and resources they have to continue the study. plus! if investors were willing to give 11 mill on this then something must be working so i speak for myself when i say im 20% more interested then before. i just kinda lost faith waiting to hear something and now we did. dont post again unless u have something to contribute beside bashing a thread which is much more “stupid” then a “stupid” thread itself


#4

» » » Well now that we are seeing some increased interest by investors
» towards
» » » follica, do you think thiers a greater chance of sucsess or still the
» » same?
» »
» » What do you want people to say? “100% for sure!”? Why do you think
» » “increased interest by investors” would have any affect on the
» likelyhood
» » of their protocol working? What does “increased interest” have on the
» » quality of their science? What a stupid thread. Sadly, I’m sure it
» will
» » be the first of many more.
»
»
»
» no sadly your stupid… money determines how much time and resources they
» have to continue the study. plus! if investors were willing to give 11 mill
» on this then something must be working so i speak for myself when i say im
» 20% more interested then before. i just kinda lost faith waiting to hear
» something and now we did. dont post again unless u have something to
» contribute beside bashing a thread which is much more “stupid” then a
» “stupid” thread itself

First, learn the difference between “then” and “than”, you retard. And while “your” at it, learn the difference between “your” and “you’re”.

Further, why do you think that once a researcher posits a theory, that theory’s validity increases in any proportion to the amount of money you throw at it? With regards to their recent round of funding, $11 million is peanuts in the pharma industry. In fact, because the amount is so small, I’d expect the vast majority of that money to go to things totally unrelated to the product (salaries, rent, etc.).

They aren’t even in trials yet and we’re already making threads about the odds of their success. Here we go! All aboard the Follica hype express!


#5

» » » » Well now that we are seeing some increased interest by investors
» » towards
» » » » follica, do you think thiers a greater chance of sucsess or still
» the
» » » same?
» » »
» » » What do you want people to say? “100% for sure!”? Why do you think
» » » “increased interest by investors” would have any affect on the
» » likelyhood
» » » of their protocol working? What does “increased interest” have on
» the
» » » quality of their science? What a stupid thread. Sadly, I’m sure it
» » will
» » » be the first of many more.
» »
» »
» »
» » no sadly your stupid… money determines how much time and resources
» they
» » have to continue the study. plus! if investors were willing to give 11
» mill
» » on this then something must be working so i speak for myself when i say
» im
» » 20% more interested then before. i just kinda lost faith waiting to
» hear
» » something and now we did. dont post again unless u have something to
» » contribute beside bashing a thread which is much more “stupid” then a
» » “stupid” thread itself
»
» First, learn the difference between “then” and “than”, you retard. And
» while “your” at it, learn the difference between “your” and “you’re”.
»
» Further, why do you think that once a researcher posits a theory, that
» theory’s validity increases in any proportion to the amount of money you
» throw at it? With regards to their recent round of funding, $11 million is
» peanuts in the pharma industry. In fact, because the amount is so small,
» I’d expect the vast majority of that money to go to things totally
» unrelated to the product (salaries, rent, etc.).
»
» They aren’t even in trials yet and we’re already making threads about the
» odds of their success. Here we go! All aboard the Follica hype express!

so your my english teacher now… does it look like i want to spend time like a clown spelling and editing my work for a damm thread lmao u must be crazy u big dummy. ur grammer means horse shyytt to me

the validity increases due to the amount of belief these investors have on the product. the more money means the more belief thus they really think it could work and ofcourse increasing my interest :slight_smile: they recieved just about 5 mill the first round.Zohar even said it her self they were not expecting 11 mill the second round. so wether 11 mill is nothing it was still a big surprise. and if ur a negative bastard then just say it! u idiot.


#6

» the validity increases due to the amount of belief these investors have on
» the product. the more money means the more belief thus they really think it
» could work and ofcourse increasing my interest :slight_smile: they recieved just about
» 5 mill the first round.Zohar even said it her self they were not expecting
» 11 mill the second round. so wether 11 mill is nothing it was still a big
» surprise. and if ur a negative bastard then just say it! u idiot.

And how much did ICX’s grants increase the likely success of its protocol?


#7

» » the validity increases due to the amount of belief these investors have
» on
» » the product. the more money means the more belief thus they really think
» it
» » could work and ofcourse increasing my interest :slight_smile: they recieved just
» about
» » 5 mill the first round.Zohar even said it her self they were not
» expecting
» » 11 mill the second round. so wether 11 mill is nothing it was still a
» big
» » surprise. and if ur a negative bastard then just say it! u idiot.
»
» And how much did ICX’s grants increase the likely success of its protocol?

i know nothing about ICX and i really dont believe in that product shytts rediculous… injecting needles every were u want hair wtf? lmao or something like ripping your skin off lol i dont know anything about it but shyyt sounds stupid so i wont get in to ICX… but i can say without a dout follica’s method is truly unique and i believe in it very much.


#8

» Well now that we are seeing some increased interest by investors towards
» follica, do you think thiers a greater chance of sucsess or still the same?

imho chances of succeeding are okish, but chances of launching the product before 2013 are small.


#9

» imho chances of succeeding are okish, but chances of launching the product
» before 2013 are small.

yea i hear ya its gonna be a while. i mean at first i was excited but then i lost interest now the fund raised my interest a bit but they are still far from launch


#10

» imho chances of succeeding are okish, but chances of launching the product
» before 2013 are small.

I partially agree, but really small IMHO. I think (if everything goes well) not before 2015 if we’re really lucky, and we are not :stuck_out_tongue:

BTW I would be happy even if it were between 8 years


#11

» » imho chances of succeeding are okish, but chances of launching the
» product
» » before 2013 are small.
»
» I partially agree, but really small IMHO. I think (if everything goes
» well) not before 2015 if we’re really lucky, and we are not :stuck_out_tongue:
»
» BTW I would be happy even if it were between 8 years

yeah I’m an optimist :slight_smile: … who knows maybe they could license gefinitib … that would be 2013 :slight_smile:


#12

gefinitib is expensive. but wth? :slight_smile: Wound your head, prepare proper pharmacy grade coctail and if lucky you can have your hair back in a month.


#13

Yes, fckhrls.

You have the right to tear other posters a new a–hole for asking reasonably harmless questions about opinions on relevant topics.

If you don’t like it, then it has no place on this message board. Other posters should have the decency & common sense to know how you feel before they open their fool mouths about something like this.


#14

debris, I think that Follica will be long precisely because even if it were a “simple” procedure, they are serious in their work and not leave anything to fate… but, better to have something good in market between 8 years than never…

I’ll be glad to be denied (by facts) about that