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Replicel Is On Fire Lately — Data In Feb.

Discussion in 'New Research, Studies, and Technologies' started by That Guy, Jan 24, 2017.

  1. That Guy

    That Guy Senior Member My Regimen

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    What I mean is that I seriously doubt that most investors of RepliCel are invested because of the hair product; I doubt most care about it. It's the tendon and skin stuff that is a bigger deal.

    Also, I'm not surprised the company's stock is in freefall on account of their recently-stated plans to license out all of their products and make money via "royalties".
     
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    tzt Established Member My Regimen

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    Yes, people on this forum have guessed and guessed and guessed what all these release dates are going to be. Unfortunately that hypothetical list has changed more times then can be counted.

    Just because we want those treatments to come out in those timeframes don’t mean they will, if they ever do.
     
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    ZenHead Established Member My Regimen

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    The release dates that I gave are straight from what those specific companies have said in official statements... besides brotzu. Of course companies change their release dates but as of now those are accurate until something changes.
     
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    That Guy Senior Member My Regimen

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    Has it really, though?

    As far as I can remember, only Histogen (who even cares about them now?) and Follica were the only ones with changed pivotal trial dates, but in the latter's case they are delayed by about six months or so.

    By my count, that's two.

    Tsuji is still planned for 2020, Shiseido is still on track for a possible late-2018 launch, and well...that's basically it for anything that is near-future enough for the company to have announced a likely release date and it's remained the same for several years now.

    Everything else is so far away that there are only rough estimates and the companies behind them haven't confidently stated any sort of release date — if those things ever come to fruition at all.

    I really don't think it's anywhere near as hectic as you suggest.
     
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    In my opinion it has less to do with what the companies say and more to do with what the regulatory bodies decide.

    For example, lots of people say “Shiseido will be done with their trial middle of 2018, it should be available late 2018” and I just don’t think that’s true. Is it possible? Of course, but I think it’s unlikely. These regulatory bodies are not going to approve these treatments the moment trials are completed, none of them move quickly and that’s by design.

    To use Shiseido as another example. Everyone was so sure their trials would start early 2017 and be done early 2018 but the Japanese FDA didn’t get around to approving the trial until mid 2017 and Shiseido is a HUGE Japanese corporation that couldn’t even get their trials to start on time.

    Breezula was another example... when I first started lurking on this forum they said it’ll be out by 2017-2018. Now it’s projected to be somewhere in the 2020’s (exactly year escapes me).

    Eventually some of these treatments will make it to market (we all hope), but in my opinion too many members here think that the treatments will be available a couple months after the trial is complete and I respectfully disagree.
     
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    That Guy Senior Member My Regimen

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    and that's all true, though I'd say the Shiseido example probably not the best because that was about six months away from expected; not a tremendous setback.

    My stance on it is that I'm certain these doctors know more about their product and regulations than I do, and I'm sure they take that into account when saying an estimated release window.

    So unless they change the info, that's what I stick with, as there's no way I can possibly have a better guess and with late-stage trials like Shiseido or Follica, even if it does get delayed, it still shouldn't be too terribly much unless something catastrophic happened.
     
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    What the FDA has to do with Shiseido? And their trials started in 2016, no?
     
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    Reasoning accepted.
    All hail Sheseido
     
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    Lemme get this straight about RCH-01
    H stands for hope
    C stands for cope
    R stands for rope
     
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    MrV88 Experienced Member My Regimen

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    I prefer rape...rape idiots like histogen that delay till 2030
     
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    Pavi Senior Member My Regimen

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    Just think.... we are less than a year away from this potentially being available in Japan.... damn I wish.
     
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    Jonnyyy Experienced Member My Regimen

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    Watch, as soon as we are used to being bald, boom Histogen, replicel, Brotzu, Tsuji, Follica, all come out in the same year
     
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    THIS. Haha I think about this all the time. Part of me is tantalized by the idea that this might be the most probable outcome.

    >Histogen, Follica, Replicel/Shiseido, "Brotzu", whatever will get delayed into oblivion or peter out.

    Tsuji makes great progress but hiccups drag everything out until 2025. Product is widespread by 2027.

    Meanwhile, you decide back in 2018 if it is antiandrogens or shaving time. You give up and go the shaved route because your hair sucks anyway. You spend the next decade being a baldie. You leave the forums, you try to move on.

    And then BOOM, one day on TV you see "Revolutionary new Japanese technology regrows long lost hair!" and sure enough, it is Riken's product.

    "Holy s-shit" you mutter.

    "Praise be with our lord and savior, Tsuji Takashi-san"
     
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    Jonnyyy Experienced Member My Regimen

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    Hahaha I hope not man, if it releases in 2025 it won't be widespread and affordable buy the 2030s lol.
     
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    Hi, Nameless, how are you?
     
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    Jonnyyy Experienced Member My Regimen

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    ??????
     
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    C'mon, it is clear you are Nameless. It has been to me since your very first comments.
    Nice alias. Kudos!
     
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    Just to confirm, is Sheseido not doing multiple injections in their trial? Also did anyone find anything about cell treatments that dont address life threatening diseases and the 21st century cure? It would be great if replicel could get away with skipping trials like PolarityTe, but i guess since it doesnt address a life threatening issue it may not be so lucky.
     
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    Three injections per patient.
    That's what Shiseido did.
     

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