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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 09-29-2011, 03:16 PM
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an extremely bald german singer, dean saunders, just underwent HST... he is at least an nw6..... i'm not sure how this first one will look... it was somewhere around 1700 grafts


i'll tell you right now it doesnt look promising.. it looks like 1700 grafts on a nw6... its going to be a long time before we can get the results we all want.... multiple procedures takes awhile

Thanks Fin, since you have done a lot to contribute to this issue and give some very good info about Gho for the ones that are highly interested(like me).

I think this Dean Saunders will be our Ginea pig Seriously, all I was saying about gho was that he never worked on a full blown nw6 before. Now he does , and since this guy is a celeb , we'll see the best results and what can this technique achieve. If I saw him getting like 8k or more graft and have a full restoration , wait for me gho!
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Old 09-29-2011, 05:44 PM
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Thanks Fin, since you have done a lot to contribute to this issue and give some very good info about Gho for the ones that are highly interested(like me).

I think this Dean Saunders will be our Ginea pig Seriously, all I was saying about gho was that he never worked on a full blown nw6 before. Now he does , and since this guy is a celeb , we'll see the best results and what can this technique achieve. If I saw him getting like 8k or more graft and have a full restoration , wait for me gho!
Exactly!

I really would love nothing more than Gho to be legitimate. I just don't buy all this "he's too busy/he doesn't do large cases/nobody has had multiple procedures" etc. If the process is a working process there should be at least someone with the money, time and dedication to have gone to Gho multiple times for 6000+ grafts. And if Gho was able to make even one patient a NW6/7 into a bona fide non-bald, good density case, my instinct would be he'd jump at the chance. He didn't invest this sort of time and money into a procedure to do 1500 graft surgeries for the rest of his days. If Gho can make the donor hair limitation a thing of the past, he'd be begging for someone to come through his door wanting 8 or 10 or 12,000 grafts.

I agree that it would take time to see larger cases emerge, so there is still hope. But until they do emerge I would advise anybody to stay away and watch cautiously. I know that sounds a little dismissive, but you owe it to yourself to assume Gho is doing nothing more significant than decent FUE until you've seen a whole bunch of brilliant, larger cases on severely bald people. This Dean Saunders could be one of those higher profile cases, but he's still going to need multiple, successful surgeries if he's going to be considered a benchmark for this new procedure.
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Old 10-03-2011, 03:52 PM
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Exactly!

I really would love nothing more than Gho to be legitimate. I just don't buy all this "he's too busy/he doesn't do large cases/nobody has had multiple procedures" etc. If the process is a working process there should be at least someone with the money, time and dedication to have gone to Gho multiple times for 6000+ grafts. And if Gho was able to make even one patient a NW6/7 into a bona fide non-bald, good density case, my instinct would be he'd jump at the chance. He didn't invest this sort of time and money into a procedure to do 1500 graft surgeries for the rest of his days. If Gho can make the donor hair limitation a thing of the past, he'd be begging for someone to come through his door wanting 8 or 10 or 12,000 grafts.

I agree that it would take time to see larger cases emerge, so there is still hope. But until they do emerge I would advise anybody to stay away and watch cautiously. I know that sounds a little dismissive, but you owe it to yourself to assume Gho is doing nothing more significant than decent FUE until you've seen a whole bunch of brilliant, larger cases on severely bald people. This Dean Saunders could be one of those higher profile cases, but he's still going to need multiple, successful surgeries if he's going to be considered a benchmark for this new procedure.
Mahhong ,I think if this Gho turns out the way we hope we should go together since you say/think exactly like me
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Old 10-08-2011, 01:07 AM
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Mahhong ,I think if this Gho turns out the way we hope we should go together since you say/think exactly like me


hmm.... weird
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Old 10-08-2011, 03:06 AM
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cutting the head for a HT should be band
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Old 11-01-2011, 12:42 AM
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cutting the head for a HT should be band
if hair transplants we're bank notes they'd be backed by strip surgery's
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I thought they did band your head for strip surgery.
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Old 11-26-2011, 10:48 AM
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I don't know if it works or not, but up here in Canada HST stands for Harmonized Sales Tax lol.

Believe me this one is not a popular tax lol
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wait, this is hair cloning right? and its available now?
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Any update here ? Do we have anybody in this forum that did an HT with dr. Gho ?
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