Yeah I do and it wouldn't really have too much of an impact, but I realize that it wouldn't be affordable for most people. I also said earlier in this thread that I would also never pay that because the value isn't there for me and my life doesn't change very much whether I'm bald or have perfect hair. In 10 years I'll be 37 and I'd be happy to get perfect hair back at that age, as I'm sure anyone would.not to be a party pooper but do you have $150-200k saved for these hair cloning programs in case they do work and come out in the next several years? because most of us don't
even if these are successful and come out to the market, we are probably talking about 10+ years before the average person could afford it, now I don't know about you, but in 10 years I'm gonna be slick Norwood 7 without a single hair follicle on my scalp, and I'll also be old.
Stemson shouldn't be more then 50k~ for a full head of hair, they've already quoted the number 30k-50k in reference to the market they're looking to capture. That will be their premium price at launch, after they have trialed the analogous procedure it will drop into the 10-20k range, I'm sure, which would be the 10~ years you're quoting.