This cannot be stated clearer:
They have stated, on many occasions, that they are researching future compounds for the treatment.
It will also not be just minoxidil at launch. Their materials have shown that there at least two compounds, to be used at different times. Name me a compound right now that is proven to be more effective at growing hair than minoxidil anyway?
You're literally bitching about them using proven stuff.
and there is yet to be anything shown to be more effective than the Dhurat study short of hair multiplication, so what the actual f*** are you bitching about?
This is just another excuse to be a whiny f*****.
It doesn't actually matter what they use or do, as long as it works to provide cosmetically-desirable results.
We know that wounding can do that, but for some reason, you're being a b**ch about a treatment utilizing said approach, with pretty much all of the experts in that field attached to the project, which has more research into it that field than literally anyone else by this point...and you're doing so in a thread about an obviously-failed drug.
There are not "many" clamoring for that at all outside of these forums, the bulk of this community are complete whackjobs, and again: market research proves this.
Lel, future compounds and yet no new patent except from mixtures of existing treatments.
I know about their so-called future plans, i can read just like you did and spill it out like a good Cots cocksucker you are, but that makes you just like me, someone who don't know sh*t about their project state on that matter, they just make one annoncement without any data on that particular point, just theories and development axis for "future" compounds and yet you're talking like it's gonna be out next year, get your sh*t together.
Current pipeline is just for this glorified wounding and growth factors you're swallowing like your good ol' uncles semen back in the days.
You're way too optimistic as always, get back here on your 14th year of finasteride, maybe you'll see things differently.
And about the market, lel, hair restoration procedures are still 70% of it.
The bulk of this community (i'll say all this community) is actually here because they care, others (non whiny faggots yourself excluded) just go bald and don't give a god damn fucks about all this, nor treatments.
So if you take this as a sample of people who actually care about going bald, you can get some hints about your market analysis, bad press and misinformation.
Propecia did not make Merck rich, now finasteride is cheap as f***, again this was considered as a commercial failure