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#1

The Guardian Thursday July 1, 2004

A misnomer, for a start. But that shouldn’t put smooth-
scalped Bruce Willis off, who according to media reports, is
keen to undergo the treatment as soon as it is available.
The treatment has nothing to do with cloning. It relies instead
on the hair-producing capabilities of cells called dermal
papillae at the bottom of hair follicles. “The cells work by
recruiting nearby skin cells to make new hair-producing
follicles,” says Paul Kemp of Intercytex, a Manchester firm
carrying out clinical trials of the technique.
Scientists have known for years that dermal papillae cells
from follicles at the back of the head can be injected into a
bald scalp to make hair sprout again. But getting the
technique to work well has been tough.
The first hurdle, which scientists have now overcome, was
working out how to make dermal papillae cells multiply in a
dish. Doing this means only a few cells are needed to grow
enough to cover the baldest of heads.
The second hurdle scientists faced was how to get the cells
into the scalp. Because the cells have to go into such a thin
layer of skin, tiny syringes, which inject just a few microlitres,
are being used in Manchester. The trial should be complete
in a few months, although final approval for the technique is
unlikely before 2009.
Kemp says to give someone as bald as Bruce Willis a new
head of hair would take 1,000-2,000 injections, each of
which is done by hand. As painful as it sounds, the needles
used are so fine, it should be more comfortable than hair
transplants, he says. “Normally, a hair transplant is done one
hair follicle at a time. It’s painful and time consuming - it can
take 16 hours to do a full head.” :expressionless:


#2

» The Guardian Thursday July 1, 2004
»
» A misnomer, for a start. But that shouldn’t put smooth-
» scalped Bruce Willis off, who according to media reports, is
» keen to undergo the treatment as soon as it is available.
» The treatment has nothing to do with cloning. It relies instead
» on the hair-producing capabilities of cells called dermal
» papillae at the bottom of hair follicles. “The cells work by
» recruiting nearby skin cells to make new hair-producing
» follicles,” says Paul Kemp of Intercytex, a Manchester firm
» carrying out clinical trials of the technique.
» Scientists have known for years that dermal papillae cells
» from follicles at the back of the head can be injected into a
» bald scalp to make hair sprout again. But getting the
» technique to work well has been tough.
» The first hurdle, which scientists have now overcome, was
» working out how to make dermal papillae cells multiply in a
» dish. Doing this means only a few cells are needed to grow
» enough to cover the baldest of heads.
» The second hurdle scientists faced was how to get the cells
» into the scalp. Because the cells have to go into such a thin
» layer of skin, tiny syringes, which inject just a few microlitres,
» are being used in Manchester. The trial should be complete
» in a few months, although final approval for the technique is
» unlikely before 2009.
» Kemp says to give someone as bald as Bruce Willis a new
» head of hair would take 1,000-2,000 injections, each of
» which is done by hand. As painful as it sounds, the needles
» used are so fine, it should be more comfortable than hair
» transplants, he says. “Normally, a hair transplant is done one
» hair follicle at a time. It’s painful and time consuming - it can
» take 16 hours to do a full head.” :expressionless:

The internet is full of old stuff like this.If you go back in time on hairsite even.We’ve all seen the same shit over and over - Whats the point of this artical now!

I’m not knocking you,but what is the point,no one’s going to say what a great find - We’ve all seen it before!


#3

» » The Guardian Thursday July 1, 2004
» »
» » A misnomer, for a start. But that shouldn’t put smooth-
» » scalped Bruce Willis off, who according to media reports, is
» » keen to undergo the treatment as soon as it is available.
» » The treatment has nothing to do with cloning. It relies instead
» » on the hair-producing capabilities of cells called dermal
» » papillae at the bottom of hair follicles. “The cells work by
» » recruiting nearby skin cells to make new hair-producing
» » follicles,” says Paul Kemp of Intercytex, a Manchester firm
» » carrying out clinical trials of the technique.
» » Scientists have known for years that dermal papillae cells
» » from follicles at the back of the head can be injected into a
» » bald scalp to make hair sprout again. But getting the
» » technique to work well has been tough.
» » The first hurdle, which scientists have now overcome, was
» » working out how to make dermal papillae cells multiply in a
» » dish. Doing this means only a few cells are needed to grow
» » enough to cover the baldest of heads.
» » The second hurdle scientists faced was how to get the cells
» » into the scalp. Because the cells have to go into such a thin
» » layer of skin, tiny syringes, which inject just a few microlitres,
» » are being used in Manchester. The trial should be complete
» » in a few months, although final approval for the technique is
» » unlikely before 2009.
» » Kemp says to give someone as bald as Bruce Willis a new
» » head of hair would take 1,000-2,000 injections, each of
» » which is done by hand. As painful as it sounds, the needles
» » used are so fine, it should be more comfortable than hair
» » transplants, he says. “Normally, a hair transplant is done one
» » hair follicle at a time. It’s painful and time consuming - it can
» » take 16 hours to do a full head.” :expressionless:
»
» The internet is full of old stuff like this.If you go back in time on
» hairsite even.We’ve all seen the same shit over and over - Whats the point
» of this artical now!
»
» I’m not knocking you,but what is the point,no one’s going to say what a
» great find - We’ve all seen it before!

not everyone is here since 2004.


#4

» » » The Guardian Thursday July 1, 2004
» » »
» » » A misnomer, for a start. But that shouldn’t put smooth-
» » » scalped Bruce Willis off, who according to media reports, is
» » » keen to undergo the treatment as soon as it is available.
» » » The treatment has nothing to do with cloning. It relies instead
» » » on the hair-producing capabilities of cells called dermal
» » » papillae at the bottom of hair follicles. “The cells work by
» » » recruiting nearby skin cells to make new hair-producing
» » » follicles,” says Paul Kemp of Intercytex, a Manchester firm
» » » carrying out clinical trials of the technique.
» » » Scientists have known for years that dermal papillae cells
» » » from follicles at the back of the head can be injected into a
» » » bald scalp to make hair sprout again. But getting the
» » » technique to work well has been tough.
» » » The first hurdle, which scientists have now overcome, was
» » » working out how to make dermal papillae cells multiply in a
» » » dish. Doing this means only a few cells are needed to grow
» » » enough to cover the baldest of heads.
» » » The second hurdle scientists faced was how to get the cells
» » » into the scalp. Because the cells have to go into such a thin
» » » layer of skin, tiny syringes, which inject just a few microlitres,
» » » are being used in Manchester. The trial should be complete
» » » in a few months, although final approval for the technique is
» » » unlikely before 2009.
» » » Kemp says to give someone as bald as Bruce Willis a new
» » » head of hair would take 1,000-2,000 injections, each of
» » » which is done by hand. As painful as it sounds, the needles
» » » used are so fine, it should be more comfortable than hair
» » » transplants, he says. “Normally, a hair transplant is done one
» » » hair follicle at a time. It’s painful and time consuming - it can
» » » take 16 hours to do a full head.” :expressionless:
» »
» » The internet is full of old stuff like this.If you go back in time on
» » hairsite even.We’ve all seen the same shit over and over - Whats the
» point
» » of this artical now!
» »
» » I’m not knocking you,but what is the point,no one’s going to say what a
» » great find - We’ve all seen it before!
»
» not everyone is here since 2004.

NEITHER WAS I,BUT THIS IS VERY OLD REPEATED NEWS


#5

And it is full of bullshit. 1000 injections to replace 60thousand hair strands? lol what a miracle cure!


#6

Man, you KNOW that article wasn’t written by a person who is actually sufffering from hair loss.

Anyone with any MPB experience would view the pain/trouble/time of the injection process as a pitifully small price to pay for a real restoration option.


#7

The internet is full of shit, whether it’s hairloss, penis enlargement or serious information articles are written by trainees, rookees, impotent dickheads or journalists -whatever you choose to call them!- once you know that, it’s no big deal :slight_smile:

btw, the article you’re refering to is a pure ad.


#8

» Man, you KNOW that article wasn’t written by a person who is actually
» sufffering from hair loss.
»
» Anyone with any MPB experience would view the pain/trouble/time of the
» injection process as a pitifully small price to pay for a real restoration
» option.

i think even people without mpb can imagine that you would take a litte pain for 3 hours to get good hair. there are so many people who use creme against wrinkles and they have to use it every fucking day. or people who want to lose weight, even have to suffer for getting slim.

what a bullshit. if he would say “noone is going to spend 10.000 $ for it” or if he would say “it could have health risks” , then ok.

you know , i say baldness isnt a thing you should suffer from or risk your health for, but everyone who cares only a little bit about appearance could understand that you would take some trouble to get your hair back or to improve it.