Update From The God Himself - Dr. Takashi Tsuji

pegasus2

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organ technologies was responsible for human trials not riken, game over, at least we will save lot of money:D
You're going in circles. Stop and think
 

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You're going in circles. Stop and think
"Organ Technologies (Minato-ku, Tokyo), a hair regrowth venture, suspended its business, and the entire amount of 100 million yen invested was recorded as an extraordinary loss as a loss on valuation of investment securities. "
any questions?
 

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"Organ Technologies (Minato-ku, Tokyo), a hair regrowth venture, suspended its business, and the entire amount of 100 million yen invested was recorded as an extraordinary loss as a loss on valuation of investment securities. "
any questions?
You're going in circles means we already went over this. RIKEN will partner with someone else. Now it's your turn to tell me that all the scientists were with Organ Tech, and I will tell you that Tsuji is still with RIKEN. Since you want to ignore that point, you'll go back to the beginning of the loop.
 

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You're going in circles means we already went over this. RIKEN will partner with someone else. Now it's your turn to tell me that all the scientists were with Organ Tech, and I will tell you that Tsuji is still with RIKEN. Since you want to ignore that point, you'll go back to the beginning of the loop.
ok , then what with organ technologies?

Do you think they would shut down the company if their technology was promising?
 

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ok , then what with organ technologies?

Do you think they would shut down the company if their technology was promising?
Companies file bankruptcy for any number of reasons. It doesn't mean a whole lot
 

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come on......we know what it means for us
Time will tell. It means little for me either way because I was never counting on it to begin with. I'm growing back what I can with what we have and getting a transplant
 

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You're going in circles means we already went over this. RIKEN will partner with someone else. Now it's your turn to tell me that all the scientists were with Organ Tech, and I will tell you that Tsuji is still with RIKEN. Since you want to ignore that point, you'll go back to the beginning of the loop.
Organ suspending their business means that the pre clinical research that was being conducted AT RIKEN (announced in 2018) has FAILED. What's the point of a new company partnering up with RIKEN if their Hair Cloning research ended up resulting in nothing?

Enough with all that denial guys, Tsuji and Riken failed to advance past pre clinical trials and reached a dead end.
 

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Time will tell. It means little for me either way because I was never counting on it to begin with. I'm growing back what I can with what we have and getting a transplant
What You dont know? it is over Tsuji hair regeneration project, 10000000%
 

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come on......we know what it means for us
lol the writing is pretty much on the wall but the denial is still strong. It sucks because we are all on the same side and I admit it's hard to accept the fact that our biggest hope has officially bitten the dust.
 

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It doesn't necessarily mean that. I'm done with this thread. You guys can jump to conclusions and cry on each other's shoulders all you want. I'm more interested in finding things we can do today to improve our hair.
 

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RIP:
Intercitex
Aderans
Laurent
Histogen
Tsuji/Organ/Riken

Next in line: Stemson? Hope not, pleeeease
 

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lol the writing is pretty much on the wall but the denial is still strong. It sucks because we are all on the same side and I admit it's hard to accept the fact that our biggest hope has officially bitten the dust.
Is not hard to accept at all. I just don't see any proof yet. It literally doesn't matter to me because I already made up my mind to get a transplant next year
 

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It doesn't necessarily mean that. I'm done with this thread. You guys can jump to conclusions and cry on each other's shoulders all you want. I'm more interested in finding things we can do today to improve our hair.
Dude wake up and smell the coffee. In 2016 they were optimistic to launch something in 2020. In 2018 they started pre clinical trials (supposedly).

It's now 2020, Tsuji has left without producing even a proof of concept in humans (or anything whatsoever) and the company is shutting down. It's obvious that the tech TSUJI WAS RESPONSIBLE FOR ended up NOT WORKING.

Hair Cloning is hard folks.
 

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Is not hard to accept at all. I just don't see any proof yet. It literally doesn't matter to me because I already made up my mind to get a transplant next year
Dude, we have all the proofs that it didn't work, and ZERO proof that it worked. Please.
 

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Is not hard to accept at all. I just don't see any proof yet. It literally doesn't matter to me because I already made up my mind to get a transplant next year
Transplant? Didnt you say you gained back most of your hair? Or at least in the process? Besides, you are diffuse thinner, your hairline seems good, where you going to transplant?
 

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Transplant? Didnt you say you gained back most of your hair? Or at least in the process? Besides, you are diffuse thinner, your hairline seems good, where you going to transplant?

Far from most, just enough that a transplant is a viable option for me now. I still need 6k grafts for a thick head of hair. I am looking at Couto, or maybe South Korea. I think Hairliciously's transplant looks good, although the scarring is pretty bad on the back of his head.
 
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