Yeah, by 2050 maybe.
$200k is the average price for a Lamborghini sports car. Does everyone drive a Lamborghini? No, there are much more affordable cars available. Henry Ford knew that if his own factory workers couldn't afford to buy his cars, then the business model was deeply flawed and needed a price structure to make it work. Pegasus is somewhat right when he says hair primordiums is not the same as churning out widgets. It will be much more labor-intensive than, say, manufacturing striped toothpaste, a technological marvel all by itself. But Tsuji will need to be able to produce some kind of consistency with respect to results, and a protocol will have to be standardized in order to be reproducable in a clinical setting. At that point, Tsuji's hair primordiums begin to resemble a standardized widget-making procedure that can be copied by anyone with a list of instructions or 'recipe'.
Can Tsuji monopolize his procedure for a decade? As a comparison, our government guys could not keep the atomic bomb a technological secret for even 5 years in the 1940s, and the Manhattan Project was an incredibly secretive undertaking. Tsuji will have competition and likely to highly probably within 5 years or less.