Patent details! Your not going to patent a scam!
"The Director of Olympus Stem Cells, Associate Professor Russell Vickers, has an international Patent covering the use of Zinc Thymulin for use as a topical solution for hair regeneration. The International Application is published under the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT). The International Publication Number is WO 2017/210726A1."
Its expensive and time consuming. You have to make sure you are not contravening anybody else's existing patent, in the medical world there are literally are millions of them!Not sure if being sarcastic but slapping a patent on a scam makes sense if the scam is in anyway effective. Also if it helps people believe it to be something more than a scam.
I don't think it's awfully difficult to put patents on things.
Its expensive and time consuming. You have to make sure you are not contravening anybody else's existing patent, in the medical world there are literally are millions of them!
It started out as a vanity project for his own use after seeing an old mouse study that was never tested on humans. There are ifs & buts because ideally you have some stem cells from your fat put into you scalp but he has shown that it will work without that procedure. I just hope he doesn't get tied up in red tape by customs and we can get it soon!I'm curious, if this truly works as shown, and they have a patent for it, and the study is 1 yr and a half old, why is it not that known at all?
I mean... if this truly works as I'm led to believe, that'd be amazing!
Guys, everyone has to understand that nobody knows what this is REALLY capable of. All we have to go by is the study and the doctor’s word. So please be patient. I, along with others will be trying this when it is ready for purchase sometime in July.So, what's the final judgment about its effectiveness on patients that does not use finasteride and minoxidil?
And, there is not any side-effects at all? nothing?