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Future Medical treatments Discuss future possible treatments for hair loss like new drugs, gene therapy, hair follicle cloning, etc.

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Old 04-27-2011, 09:09 PM
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Old 04-27-2011, 09:19 PM
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these are the before and after pictures of the soccer player they talk about on the home page


I hope that this is real


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Old 04-29-2011, 06:18 AM
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Sounds interesting. It's not Hair multiplication but "Hair Stem Cell Transplantation", though, plucking hair in the donor area, which is supposed to regrow. They say the results for HM aren't satisfactory yet.
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Old 04-29-2011, 08:21 AM
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but this significantly increases your donor area in almost the same way... obviously its not an unlimited amount of donor hair but still.... i saw some report i'll try and find... 5 people did it and the regrow in the donor area was extremely evident and extremely impressive...


it seems possible you could have an almost unlimited amount of donor hair depending on how many times you could pluck and regrow the same donor follicles

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Old 04-29-2011, 09:32 AM
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I didn't mean to sound negative. It's still a big breakthrough compared to old-school HT in that you don't get the trauma of having your scalp sliced through. And they say it somehow creates an average of 2.5 follicle/follicle plucked. Was the hair plucked in a strip or here and there to make it less conspicuous?
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Old 04-29-2011, 11:28 AM
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didnt mean to sound like I was on the offense... heres the thing


http://www.hasci.com/uploads/downloa...%20Neumann.pdf



I think this is what they did on wesley and it looks like it turned out awesome



"FUE is another technique where the whole follic- ular unit is transplanted, without leaving sufficient
tissue behind to regenerate a new hair or follicular unit. However, since the total follicular unit is extracted, this results in small scars in the donor area (Figure 10A).
With longitudinal partial follicular unit transplan- tation, parts of the follicular units remain in the dermis in the donor area. After longitudinal parts of these follicular units are extracted, they will survive and produce the same number of hairs with the same diameter and characteristics. These follicular units in the donor area can be used again in consecutive treatments (Figure 10B)."



see you guys in the netherlands

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Old 04-30-2011, 12:27 PM
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Thank you. Looks very promising. I just wish they had included pics of the recipient area.
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i think they have pictures of the recipient area on their regular site.. it looks just like a normal hair transplant... nobody in the pictures has a significant change (past what I'd say were the normal expectations of todays hair transplants; which is ok in some cases) but i think the point is that all of the people in the pictures have about the same amount of donor hair available after these first procedures as before .... where as currently at other clinics you finish your first procedure and have a severely depleted donor area to the point a second operation is not plausible


what i find strange is that it took them this long to try leaving some of the donor follicle in.... I could have suggested it twenty years ago without thinking twice about the subject
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Very encouraging stuff here...expensive and all but what can you do... Still, when it comes to implanting the hair on the head we're the hands of the artist. So, Feller, Wong, Bisanga and the rest of the masters: get hold of this, please.
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is this a scam? I think it likely is. Why wouldn't feller and co be using this
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