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I had a thought last night. Mice seem to grow hair easily whereas we humans can't. Perhaps there could be a way somehow to physically convert the human skin into skin that has the attributes that allows mouse skin to grow hair easily? Please, if I'm going to be called crazy again let me apologize in advance. I am thinking out of the box (even if it seems like crazy talk) so that perhaps we could find a solution that will work. Any constructive thoughts on this? I don't think this idea is really without merit. Some people claim that using Botox (for example) has helped regenerate hair by relaxing the tight skin causing the fibrosis. Again, I want to emphasize that I am not here to insult any members on this forum. I treat everyone here with courtesy and respect, even if I may not agree. I post a lot because I am passionate about the subject of hair regeneration. I am not looking to get banned from this forum. I want to express my ideas even if they are just frustration at times.Sorry, it's hard to convey cynicism online.
I think the cure to hairloss will happen, but would advise anybody to stack up on cash bacause the treatment, whoever will provide it, will not do it for free. Most likely it will be very expensive.
I have a dentist I see who has some scientific patents. He was telling me that sometimes it is not the scientific background that always is the deciding factor to accomplish a breakthrough. It is the creative spark of an idea that can be used to accomplish an objective in science. In this forum it would be great if there were some scientists who could advise us whether or not our ideas are ones that can be developed and possibly could work.