I also think this paragraph is VERY important.
They need to find out why the treatment didn't work on some patients. Either this treatment does work or it doesn't work. And if it does work then it should work on everyone IMO. This is not like minoxidil where some juice is being applied to the scalp. In Replicel's case, cells are being injected directly to the follicles and the test subjects should all be either responders or nonresponders. They need to get to the bottom of this.
So my response is to your inductivity comment... So hypothetically because of inductivity issues replicel may struggle inducing new hair, but what if you used follica to create hundreds of vellus hairs, then used replicel. Would the inductivity issue prevent the dsc cells from developing the cellys hairs into terminal hairs? Just curious... oh and @inham123 they don't have data for 5 years of efficacy trials specifically, sheisido will be releasing the efficacy data they've gathered at I believe the end of the year, but it isn't 5 year data.