Update From The God Himself - Dr. Takashi Tsuji

Canuto

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I have heard anecdotals about people using it once every 8 days, got results and tested systematic levels without much dht reduction. Might be interesting.

Now back om topic!

You heard wrong. All the people who tried it in the discord channel got some degree of systemic absorption, even with liposomes.
The only exception is Vincent until now.
 

RolfLeeBuckler

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Anything new? :/

Unfortunately not :(
- no news from Tsuji
- no news from J Hewitt
- no news from Shiseido

I am now for 2,5 years in this forum. This is the most desperate situation.

I rembered back in early 2018 when folliclethought said that SHISEIDO will
Commercialize in end of 2018 and save the high density I have
- Now SHISEIDO failed

I remembered back in end of 2018 when Tsuji said he will cure baldness in 2020
- Now not even the trial have started and we hear from his plans to discover a topical as efficient as minoxidil

I remembered back in end of 2019 when folliclethought said that J Hewitt will start trials in December 2019
- now 1 year after that j hewitt didn’t even find a CPC for doing trials


It is the worst situation I could ever imagine for 2020. no hint on a nice event with new informations no hint on an starting trial. NOTHING. The company’s failed so hard it is embarrassing. The CEO earn nice compensation for doing their sh*t catastrophic jobs.

It would be nice if a rich bald man would speed up those trials. Maybe Jeff Bezos doesn’t give a sh*t about being bald - it is possible. But there must be so much bald rich people who want a full
Head of hair back but the question is why they don’t invest in Organ Technologies or buy a CPC to help J Hewitt.

I can imagine that they don’t believe in this technologies and maybe J Hewitt is a fake
 

Jonnyyy

Senior Member
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Unfortunately not :(
- no news from Tsuji
- no news from J Hewitt
- no news from Shiseido

I am now for 2,5 years in this forum. This is the most desperate situation.

I rembered back in early 2018 when folliclethought said that SHISEIDO will
Commercialize in end of 2018 and save the high density I have
- Now SHISEIDO failed

I remembered back in end of 2018 when Tsuji said he will cure baldness in 2020
- Now not even the trial have started and we hear from his plans to discover a topical as efficient as minoxidil

I remembered back in end of 2019 when folliclethought said that J Hewitt will start trials in December 2019
- now 1 year after that j hewitt didn’t even find a CPC for doing trials


It is the worst situation I could ever imagine for 2020. no hint on a nice event with new informations no hint on an starting trial. NOTHING. The company’s failed so hard it is embarrassing. The CEO earn nice compensation for doing their sh*t catastrophic jobs.

It would be nice if a rich bald man would speed up those trials. Maybe Jeff Bezos doesn’t give a sh*t about being bald - it is possible. But there must be so much bald rich people who want a full
Head of hair back but the question is why they don’t invest in Organ Technologies or buy a CPC to help J Hewitt.

I can imagine that they don’t believe in this technologies and maybe J Hewitt is a fake
Yea the biggest thing I don’t understand is Tsuji and his better than Minoxidil topical, if it’s true then this whole hair cloning thing is completely fucked. Why would he create a product that would be functionally useless once they’re done with hair cloning. I’ve been in these forums since 2016 without an account, I think it’s time for us to move on, maybe look into the hair transplant world, Dr Zarev is looking pretty promising even for high norwoods.
 

nahte42

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People like Jeff Bezos don't have TIME to look into what's going on with hair restoration, sadly, even if they do hate being bald. They are probably far too busy to determine what's worth investing in and helping out with.
 

MeDK

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My Regimen
Unfortunately not :(
- no news from Tsuji
- no news from J Hewitt
- no news from Shiseido

I am now for 2,5 years in this forum. This is the most desperate situation.

I rembered back in early 2018 when folliclethought said that SHISEIDO will
Commercialize in end of 2018 and save the high density I have
- Now SHISEIDO failed

I remembered back in end of 2018 when Tsuji said he will cure baldness in 2020
- Now not even the trial have started and we hear from his plans to discover a topical as efficient as minoxidil

I remembered back in end of 2019 when folliclethought said that J Hewitt will start trials in December 2019
- now 1 year after that j hewitt didn’t even find a CPC for doing trials


It is the worst situation I could ever imagine for 2020. no hint on a nice event with new informations no hint on an starting trial. NOTHING. The company’s failed so hard it is embarrassing. The CEO earn nice compensation for doing their sh*t catastrophic jobs.

It would be nice if a rich bald man would speed up those trials. Maybe Jeff Bezos doesn’t give a sh*t about being bald - it is possible. But there must be so much bald rich people who want a full
Head of hair back but the question is why they don’t invest in Organ Technologies or buy a CPC to help J Hewitt.

I can imagine that they don’t believe in this technologies and maybe J Hewitt is a fake

I can see who your source is, blame that guy for spreading misinformation.

Replicel have given out new information.

But you need to realize that research isn't a fixed thing. You can't go out and say we have thing done within the fastest time frame seen to man. Because they have to overcome many new problems they didn't realize there where before. Or maybe its not as potent as they hoped and so on. And have to re-evaluate their processes. And it could be the whole Supply chain needs a check up. it took tsuji 7 years to solve that problem as an example.

The thing with hair follicles is also, that 30 minutes after extracting they start dying, so its also a problem to overcome, how to make the process fast enough to have a high yield.

No matter how many money you have, you can't solve a problem faster than you find a solution. If that was the case many of those multi billion profits medical companies would put out loads of medical solutions.
 

RolfLeeBuckler

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I can see who your source is, blame that guy for spreading misinformation.

Replicel have given out new information.

But you need to realize that research isn't a fixed thing. You can't go out and say we have thing done within the fastest time frame seen to man. Because they have to overcome many new problems they didn't realize there where before. Or maybe its not as potent as they hoped and so on. And have to re-evaluate their processes. And it could be the whole Supply chain needs a check up. it took tsuji 7 years to solve that problem as an example.

The thing with hair follicles is also, that 30 minutes after extracting they start dying, so its also a problem to overcome, how to make the process fast enough to have a high yield.

No matter how many money you have, you can't solve a problem faster than you find a solution. If that was the case many of those multi billion profits medical companies would put out loads of medical solutions.

You Are Right that there can always come
Issues at research.

But Tsujis scientific steps and his research is done. Their product for doing trials is ready but they haven’t started already. I sense that there are issues with the Japanese trial registry. Formular problems or something


But that J Hewitt isn’t able to find a CPC doing trials is 100% business related. The CPC are trying to steal the SHT-technology of tissuse with changing the technology a Little Bit and signing a new patent. If the CPC would earn a lot more money for doing the trials they wouldn’t try do to this sh*t with j hewitt
 

MeDK

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You Are Right that there can always come
Issues at research.

But Tsujis scientific steps and his research is done. Their product for doing trials is ready but they haven’t started already. I sense that there are issues with the Japanese trial registry. Formular problems or something


But that J Hewitt isn’t able to find a CPC doing trials is 100% business related. The CPC are trying to steal the SHT-technology of tissuse with changing the technology a Little Bit and signing a new patent. If the CPC would earn a lot more money for doing the trials they wouldn’t try do to this sh*t with j hewitt

If tsujis research is done, it would either be out on the market already or been stopped. Since none of those things have come to the public, we can assume its not done. Since the goal of the research was to see if it worked in humans, and there have been no proof of concept in humans.

i don't know about the whole CPC thing and where you have that from, but if its from your source from before. I wouldn't believe one word of it.
 

disfiguredyoungman

Senior Member
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Only a little more than two months and Tsuji will present his cure to the world as promised.
 

karatekid

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Im preying to god to send us a cure, not for our hair but just so those rollercoster of emotions in those threads will finally cease
 

pegasus2

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Im preying to god to send us a cure, not for our hair but just so those rollercoster of emotions in those threads will finally cease

I hope there's no cure. Baldies don't deserve one, they just whine and feel sorry for themselves. A few of us like myself and @John Difool are doing what has to be done to fix our own situation. All the lazy whiners who just want to cry until someone gives them a magical cure deserve to be bald.
 

karatekid

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I hope there's no cure. Baldies don't deserve one, they just whine and feel sorry for themselves. A few of us like myself and @John Difool are doing what has to be done to fix our own situation. All the lazy whiners who just want to cry until someone gives them a magical cure deserve to be bald.
No dont generalize, Im sure that lots of people here, including me, doing alot to try to fight this. It is just too hard. I wish it was easy.
 
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