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Clinical Study Of Hair Regeneration Using Adipose‐derived Stem Cell Constituent Extract In Androgenetic Alopecia

Discussion in 'Hair Loss and Alopecia Published Studies' started by inmyhead, May 27, 2020.

  1. inmyhead

    inmyhead Experienced Member

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    https://stemcellsjournals.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/sctm.19-0410


    Accumulating evidence suggests that adipose‐derived stem cell constituent extract (ADSC‐CE) helps hair regrowth in patients with androgenetic alopecia (Androgenetic Alopecia). However, the effects of ADSC‐CE have not been demonstrated in a randomized, double‐blind, vehicle‐controlled clinical trial. In this randomized, double‐blind, vehicle‐controlled clinical trial, 38 patients (29 men) with Androgenetic Alopecia were assigned to an intervention group (IG), with twice‐daily self‐application of the ADSC‐CE topical solution over the scalp with fingers, or to a control group (CG). Changes in hair count and thickness from the baseline at 16 weeks were evaluated using a phototrichogram. Overall, 34 (89%) patients (mean age, 45.3 years) completed the study. The phototrichogram at week 8 showed more increase in hair count in the IG than in the CG, and intergroup differences in the change of hair count remained significant until week 16 with overall changes of 28.1% vs 7.1%, respectively. Similarly, a significant improvement in hair diameter was observed in the IG (14.2%) after 16 weeks when compared with hair diameter in the CG (6.3%). Our findings suggest that the application of the ADSC‐CE topical solution has enormous potential as an alternative therapeutic strategy for hair regrowth in patients with Androgenetic Alopecia, by increasing both hair density and thickness while maintaining adequate treatment safety.

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    I don't understand how they got 28 percent hair count increase.. It's hard to find regrowth/new hair in the pictures
     
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    Dimitri001 Established Member My Regimen

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    Yeah, based on the numbers, this looks VERY promising, but based on the pictures... where's the regrowth???
     

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