Discussion in 'New Research, Studies, and Technologies' started by pegasus2, Nov 10, 2019.
Dang a month after the seti results were released he hadn't seen them yet. This talk was May 11th
So his conclusion: PGD2 inhibitor in combination with needling.
U.Penn and Cotsarelis are also investigating an expermental drug to activate Wnt signaling, CWL080061. Hopefully they will see some results with this drug, too.
Sammumed is already years ahead of them.
I only see some mice and more theories till I see a bald human head turned into a hairy ape I dont listen to anything except self experimented and proven treatments
Exactly. When they can make my naked *** head look like this, wake me up.
'Samumed' is a biotech in San Diego testing their own compounds for drugging the Wnt pathway, yes.
Years ahead, yet so far
I can't find anything on CLWL080061. I hope it's actually a potent WNT agonist, and not some weak sauce like setipiprant that they chose just because the patent was available cheap.
This guy is the king of the “in 5 years”. Hasn’t he been saying that for 30 years?
Lmao and in the meantime he has made huge baldspot
No I didnt watch the film yet however in the video does he say "5 more years"?...if so that means his company follica is also 5 years away...and that my friends, is some scary sheet!
How about a stage dive into some burning coal, this old balding man went to hairy ape.
I wish I could meet this legend irl
He's long dead.
Burning does actually work for hair loss, my granddad used to get a lighter and burn his head all the time. He did have schizophrenia, but to be fair to the man he had a great head of hair on the parts of his scalp which still had skin on.
If you just burn it all it does is scar. It was the combination of the wounding, and a now banned arthritis medication that made his hair grow back.