Discussion in 'New Research, Studies, and Technologies' started by That Guy, Jan 24, 2017.
Look boss! Da hair, da hair!
Article about why Japan is so important for the industry and replicel:
Can anyone please link me the papers in which Replicel published their findings
I believe you can find it on their website
Replicel tweeted this today:
Trials in Germany and Austria.
This is a new angle I didn't see coming.
How come both Replicel as well as Shiseido are conducting their separate trials?
Becuase replicel's CEO is one of the most blatantly retarded humans on earth.
Shiseido=Asia license Replicel=Selling their ass to anyone else except Asia
The only thing that bothers me is that Shiseido is working on something from Replicel.
Shiseido itself enjoys good reputation as a company.
Can't find a good word about Replicel anywhere though.
Why? I don't think repli has a bad reputation.
They're no histogen.
Surely this bodes well for Shiseido's treatment being a success/potentially coming to market? I find it hard to believe Replicel would waste any money on starting clinical trials in Europe if Shiseido wasnt having good results
I actually feel good about Shiseido working on the tech. Look what happened to the other companies who tried: https://www.hairlosscure2020.com/lessons-from-aderans-and-intercytexs-hair-multiplication-failures/
It seems that all the stem cell people are circling around the same turd, metaphorically. They don't have it perfect, but by now, they have tried several things and have bits of phase 1 and phase 2 data to show. One of these people may get it right. Running out of money before finishing product development seems like a common failure mode. I think Shiseido may be less prone to that. In fact, I think it is advantageous for them to pick up a disruptive technology that has been shown to yield SOME results, and then use their money and expertise to worry about product development and scale up, which they should be good at.
aderans actually had the same results as current replicel and i believe its the same tech. Although what they found was a "cure" for hairloss, their results didnt meet their financers expectations which were to grow hair on bald scalps so they cut their funding (they promised a tsuji like method and results)... Im pretty positive replicel will pull this through and market it because noone of these dumb aderans investors realized the market potential of a treatment without side effects.
Dumb cunts i hope replicel and shiseido drown in money, conquer the world and imprison those shitfucks that pulled the plug on aderans in a room with only a mirror and a bed and have them injected daily with tons of DHT
Though I believe in Replicel's technology, I think they will take a long time (as Lee Buckler itself said they will still need some 5 years). Shiseido on the other hand, should deliver.
Shiseido it to release their Phase 2 trial results in the coming months, then we'll have a better idea.
@br1 What makes you believe that shiseido will have a good product?
God damned big company, Japanese working mentality, god damned much money.
That, and the fact they invested a bunch of money, opened a new facility to research it (https://www.shiseidogroup.com/releimg/2289-e.pdf).. that plus the results from Phase 1.
It seems very promising to me. But, let's keep our feet on the ground. Shiseido next milestone is to release Phase2 results. If they succeed, then that's it!
After release, idk.. It will be open to foreigners (since they said it would be performed in hospitals, initially)?
But, 1 step at a time.!
Shiseido's RCH-01 is an improved version of Replicel's tech.
* I remember reading that they (Shiseido) were improving the technology.. That's why they opened a research facility in Kobe.
Nope, Aderans failed to amplify mesenchymal stem cells (=dermal papillae) and that is why it ended.
On the other hand, Replicel succeeded in amplifying another strand of cells, the sheath cup ones, and that is why Shiseido bought RCH-01 for the Asian market.
What's interesting is that Tsuji's trying to amplify those stem cells, Aderans failed to amplify, and, if he succeeds, those stem cells could be injected, as well.
I'm pretty confident that the injection of epithelial and mesenchymal stem cells will be proven to be a rather effective treatment for halting hair loss (presumably even restoration!).