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Don't Be Delusional, There Won't Be Anything Better For The Next 30 Years. Deal With It.

Discussion in 'New Research, Studies, and Technologies' started by Bimmler, Jul 4, 2017.

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How long until anything better (treatment, cure...) comes?

Poll closed Jul 5, 2018.
  1. 5 years

    56.5%
  2. 10 years

    20.0%
  3. 15 years

    5.9%
  4. 20 years

    7.6%
  5. 25 years

    1.8%
  6. 30 years

    3.5%
  7. 35 years

    0.6%
  8. 40 years

    2.4%
  9. longer

    10.6%
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  1. Bimmler

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    Big 3 will still be THE WAY TO GO in the year 2040. Deal with it. Don't be delusional, relax! ;):rolleyes:

    Phenelzine (Nardil) and Tranylcypromine (Parnate) are still the most effective antidepressants & anxiolytics and they have been around for 60 years. There hasn't been anything better for the last 60 years, although pharma is putting billions of dollars in the development of newer & better antidepressants.

    Poll is open! Vote, Vote, Vote...
     
    #1 Bimmler, Jul 4, 2017
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  2. That Guy

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    Wow, you created an account just to post this.

    You have to practice to be this f*****g lame.
     
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  3. Bimmler

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    We have plenty of valuables studies that have taught us how to effectively keep depression at bay, the progress we've made in those areas are incredible.

    Respecting your circadian rhythm, having goals, having a routine, eating properly, sleeping properly, having a romantic partner, having a social life, raising a family, getting enough sunlight, psychotherapy, and yes, sometimes well-researched and effective medication as a crutch.

    "Oh we still know as much as in the 1950's!"

    Lies.

    Shall I do the same with hair loss?

    State of the art hair pieces (that's all we had at first), minoxidil, finasteride, dutasteride, dermmatch, toppik, FUT, FUE, FUE megasessions, temporary SMP, body hair transplant.

    I guess we already had all this in the 1950's?!

    And let's not forget the research going on: Histogen, Replicel, Shiseido, Tjusi, etc.

    We are making progress and we should be grateful to be living in a time like this.

    It's just too easy to destroy your silly, pessimistic, baseless arguments.

    "Relax!", Yeah, I'm able to do that, because I've been on minoxidil for 8 years, because I've had a 2000 grafts FUE, and because I'll have another 3000 grafts in January, and maybe I'm going to have some temporary SMP at a point to polish my final result.

    Taking these steps surprisingly prevents me from becoming a whiny pessimistic little b**ch like you are.

    I'm realistically optimistic for the future when it comes to hair loss treatment. And no matter what happens in the future, I'll still be able to live a better life than the one that I would have been if I was born in 1940.

    Thanks to the advancements we've made with medication and surgery. Thanks to research and science.

    Get some perspective and show some gratitude.
     
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    whatevr Senior Member My Regimen

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    Spanishboy97 Established Member My Regimen

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    Wow he really seems like he knows what he is talking about! From now on thanks to him I'm gonna leave this section of the blog forever. Thanks a lot mate if it weren't for this great thread I would still looking for medical advances but you really have figure it out. Again thank you for wasting your precious time in doing this.
     
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    lol, there hasn't been any progress.
    Depression is becoming the most widespread disease in the world.
    Relapse rates are high as never....

    People get depressed nonetheless....

    lol yeahh...
    http://blogs.nature.com/news/2008/02/post_3.html
    http://www.psychiatrictimes.com/art...us-placebos-meaningful-advantages-are-lacking


    Those treatments are limited in their efficiency. Not everyone reacts to finasteride/dutasteride and minoxidil in a
    satisfactory way, not everyone is suitable for hair transplants...

    We still have balding people, don't we?
    Or is alopecia androgenetica and baldness cured?

    9 of 10 Phase II pharmaceutical developments never hit the market. true story.

    How old are you? How much time do you have to wait for a better treatment or a cure?

    http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/i-want-to-believe
     
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    baldboys Established Member My Regimen

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    I cant believe you think 2 no selective IMAO inhibitor are the best antidepressant there are, they don't even compare to any of the most recent SSRIs, that inhibit the serotonin uptake selectively. It goes to showing how much you understand about sh*t...
     
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    Pavi Senior Member My Regimen

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    Does this guy realize that follica is in phase 3? Lol or that Sheseido is in the equivalence to phase 3? Or that topical finasteride is in phase 3? Or that 6 different legit companies have entered the hair regeneration field since I joined this form (in 2015)?

    Get out of here lol. Times are changing for the better. We won't have a cure, but there will be something better in the next 3 years
     
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    bigentries Established Member

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    Is follica really in phase 3?
     
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    OP I can assure you your account won't last 30 days.
     
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    bridgeburn Senior Member My Regimen

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    I'm sure depression rates will go down when those new hair loss treatments get released.  :)
     
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    Min0 Established Member My Regimen

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    fuckers who use the hairloss forums as emotional tampons are the worst.
    you know what OP, i'm not even going to argue with you, so i agree, nothing new in the next 30.
    next.
     
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    Im sorry but you are such an idiot lol you are over exaggerating on every part of statements lol for example you said 9 out of 10 phase ll trials never hit the market..
    First of all NO phase 2 trials hit the market cause they have to do phase 3 lol and by the way 70% of phase ll trials fail not 90% big difference there buddyb
     
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    mdmnota Established Member My Regimen

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    Even though I agree with you, I hope you and I are both wrong
     
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    Wrong forum?
     
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    hellouser Senior Member My Regimen

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    The last few hair congresses prove otherwise.
     
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    "Cancer death rates have declined since the 90s and the number of people living beyond the diagnosis is to rise 5 million by 2024, but people still get and die of cancer — therefore, no progress has been made since the 1950s" — OP's logic.
     
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    I hope/bet the next one will be the breakthrough.
     
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    Pretty much all of cosmetic dermatology has been invented in the past 20 years. Botox, fillers, retin-a, laser treatments, kybella, coolsculpting... so I don't really buy this idea that there's no progress in cosmetic medicine.
     
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