Replicel Is On Fire Lately — Data In Feb.

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I know this is hopeful but this is some pretty standard marketing. Before a convention/community release of info/results they update their website to the public even though those in the know (people like us that have been digging) don't see it as news, cause its not news, its part of an announcement....or just throuwing out some key words to show on their "innovation" page they on the forefront of what matters. idk

Again im a hopeful f*** so remember all the other times this industry has shat on us while you read that, this is just my opinion on this observation.....

but gahhhh do i want it


This is my 3rd edit on this comment,

but where does it state they're "opening" the facility. That line in there just says they have one- not if its commercially operational or pumping anything out
 
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Shiseido will open its public spaces on the first and second floors of the building from 13 April to encourage interaction with the visiting public.

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We aim to enhance our marketing and brand strategy,” he said. “That means ensuring value for our consumers, and innovation is central to that. In 2014, investment in research & development (R&D) was just 1.4% of sales. We have increased that to 3% and want to reach 4% in the future. We will strengthen R&D in the regions [Shiseido has research centres in China, US, Korea, France and Singapore as well as in Japan – Ed] so it is more localised for consumers. Innovation is not only about products but about technology and its application, and we will develop that.


“We will collaborate with others to create a new business model. We also have to pay attention to the world around us and want to be the most trusted beauty company in the world. That means being trusted by society and being an employer of choice.

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“Creating corporate value means economic value and social value. This means being transparent, empowering women, acting to protect the climate and our oceans, and being a positive force for an ageing society. We want people to feel better about themselves. That’s why we have created a new mission statement: ‘Beauty Innovations for a Better World’.


He added: “We have opened this facility not as an ordinary manufacturer. We are creating cultur
e.”

Shimatani said: “R&D is not only about skin science or cell analysis but also about behaviour and psychology, the emotional side of consumers. We want to deepen and widen our research here, add new ideas and see inspiration born. That’s why the name S/Park is relevant. We welcome the creative spark of diverse people with knowledge.”

“So we spend a lot of time thinking about how we can make them confident and support their life,” Ms. Inoue said. “They have many important events ahead, and they don’t want to fail — a job interview, a serious boyfriend.”

She was speaking of women but said Shiseido is also “investigating men’s physiology and their needs, their lifestyle, who they want to become.” The company first came out with a men’s line in 1959.

We realized men are also really concerned with how others see them,” Ms. Inoue said. “Impression is very important.”

https://www.moodiedavittreport.com/...-innovation-center-as-it-looks-to-the-future/
 

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Let’s not go full brotzu thread again.

I'm not sure what you mean?

But if a word like "cure" is used, then is means you're back to normal state.

And some parts of the world its illegal to use fake commercial/PR. So if replicel / shiseido uses the phrase "Cure for hair baldness" then, to me it have some weight behind it.

I don't see many other companies, if any having a heavy statement like this. They mostly state regrow of maintanence or so. I can't recollect a company using the term cure.

But of course we will see, if they launch commercially and still chooses to use the word "cure"
 

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I'm not sure what you mean?

But if a word like "cure" is used, then is means you're back to normal state.

And some parts of the world its illegal to use fake commercial/PR. So if replicel / shiseido uses the phrase "Cure for hair baldness" then, to me it have some weight behind it.

I don't see many other companies, if any having a heavy statement like this. They mostly state regrow of maintanence or so. I can't recollect a company using the term cure.

But of course we will see, if they launch commercially and still chooses to use the word "cure"

How can you be so gullible? And wrong. They used the word cure so they must be on to something?

Are you kidding?
 

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How can you be so gullible? And wrong. They used the word cure so they must be on to something?

Are you kidding?

Like I said, in some parts of the world, its illegal to describe something if it ain't able to do so. And if they keep using a word like "cure" I would be biased towards that there might be something.

But what part am I wrong about? none of us at this stage knows if its true or not if they have a cure.
 

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Like I said, in some parts of the world, its illegal to describe something if it ain't able to do so. And if they keep using a word like "cure" I would be biased towards that there might be something.

But what part am I wrong about? none of us at this stage knows if its true or not if they have a cure.

You're talking about advertising laws which aren't relevant to press releases.
 

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There is a guy from Spain here who’s an active member here, I think his username might be Jose or something. Crowdfund his expenses ! Or maybe we’ll just wait foe the info to become public...

Hi, I would like go to the comgress but I am busy in these days, sorry.
 

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So is this something to finally be optimistic about? I need my straight shooter @br1 to tell me the truth
I would temper my expectations.
And also I would like to remind people that a lot of this researchers are under NDAs and contracts prohibiting them to talk about products yet to be commercialized for various reasons. Amongst them a potential to influence the stock prices and leading to their employers falling under purview of some financial regulatory body.
 

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So is this something to finally be optimistic about? I need my straight shooter @br1 to tell me the truth
I believe in the technology, at least makes sende and it's not a "lotion". But i don't think shiseido will say anything in the upcoming conference. Last conference, in japan, they had zero info on it. I hope they do disclosure something, though.. /\
 

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I believe in the technology, at least makes sende and it's not a "lotion". But i don't think shiseido will say anything in the upcoming conference. Last conference, in japan, they had zero info on it. I hope they do disclosure something, though.. /\

Pretty sure last conference though they were mid trial ?

Also does anyone know what time slot on the program their presentation is ? If it’s the one I’m looking at it makes reference to ‘chip’ technology ... would make more sense than an injection.
 
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good news! :)
I noticed that Shiseido did not only do 1 single injection. So the trial results could be much better then in the RepliCel-Safety phase 1 trial in which I assume they only did 1 injection:

Shiseido starts clinical studies to transplant autologous hair root sheath cells
Jun 28, 2016

Dermal sheat cup cells (DSC) are involved in male and female middle-age alopecia (hair loss). In collaboration with Tokyo Medical University Hospital, Shiseido is preparing for a clinical study on 60 volunteers (male and female) where DSC are isolated from the scalp of each person, expanded in Shiseido’s cell processing center and in a single treatment, millions of autologous DSC cells are injected six times in four locations of the individual’s head

https://window-to-japan.eu/2016/06/...transplant-autologous-hair-root-sheath-cells/
 

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and the next brilliant Info :) :) :) Hoping so much about more positive news next week! ;)

Shiseido: gene expression profiles of cultured autologous dermal sheat cup cells do not differ from original DSC cells
Mar 17, 2016

Shiseido is studying the culture of autologous DSC cells in the framework of regenerative medicine. In a presentation at the 15th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine, Ms Yumiko TSUJI of Shiseido reported that up to 4fold subculture of DSC cells obtained from two Japanese men aged 44 and 66 did not show any signs of genetic modification
 

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Shiseido reported that up to 4fold subculture of DSC cells obtained from two Japanese men aged 44 and 66 did not show any signs of genetic modification

What’s the significance behind showing no signs of genetic modification ?
 

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^Sorry, I'm a bit confused - it seems like that info is from 3 years ago?

You Are right The Infos Are 3 Years old. But until now i assume Nobody has known about The Six injections on 4 parts of The patients Head or that Shiseido announces that there hasnt been Genetik modification.

Old news could also be much Important i think. Can‘t Wait until Next Week :) ;)
 
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