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i read article about harvard university making breakthrough in drug to regrow the hair. but when i read story like these i think quietly to myself ... when will they release it??? it takes too much time to put out there in public. maybe there is ways to be guinea pig in their experiemnt??

 

i also read about histogen and they again say it will come out in 1 year or two. but this old news.i do not know if they are still relevent today.

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i read article about harvard university making breakthrough in drug to regrow the hair. but when i read story like these i think quietly to myself ... when will they release it??? it takes too much time to put out there in public. maybe there is ways to be guinea pig in their experiemnt??

 

i also read about histogen and they again say it will come out in 1 year or two. but this old news.i do not know if they are still relevent today.

 

 

 

Where is the link to this news ?

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Yes. Please post link, I'd love to read further into this :-)

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8 years later, where are we at this revolutionary medicine? 

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On 11/5/2023 at 12:04 PM, mavigo said:

8 years later, where are we at this revolutionary medicine? 

With lack of news probably not viable for humans. As for the mentioned Histogen its a total failure that stopped development in 2021, and RepliCel has been quiet for more then 2/3 years now sadly.

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On 2/1/2024 at 11:20 PM, Worker1212 said:

With lack of news probably not viable for humans. As for the mentioned Histogen its a total failure that stopped development in 2021, and RepliCel has been quiet for more then 2/3 years now sadly.This achievement showcases the vital role universities play in advancing knowledge and addressing pressing global challenges. For students navigating complex scientific topics, https://edubirdie.com/science-help provides access to science help services. Much like Harvard's breakthrough, Edubirdie supports students in their academic pursuits, offering expert assistance in understanding and excelling in science subjects.

agree with you

 

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