Update From The God Himself - Dr. Takashi Tsuji

trialAcc

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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.
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.

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.
 

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doesnt mean anything according to the price
It is indeed not like they said what their charging range will be. But reffering to "bad treatments" (in their pov) and calling them out as costly sounds like; "yeah, our treatment will be definitely curative and not as costly as a normal transplant (in terms of price-performance ratio). Hope this clarifies for you something. Imo we won't see Stemson charging six figures, they want to deliver for the masses, and Cellino can as well provide some good tech, for trying to achieve that.
 

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be proud of yourself. At 27, very strong performance. respect. I'm 23 and mentally not anywhere near as far as you are.

Don't worry too much about that. 23 is very young still, and crypto is pot luck. Many people got very lucky with new coins and Bitcoin. I. myself made over 130k from it mostly out of pure luck and good advice from others. It's not a sign of mental maturity or business sense to get rich from crypto.

I'd give up all my winnings for some fu**ing density though!!
 

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be proud of yourself. At 27, very strong performance. respect. I'm 23 and mentally not anywhere near as far as you are.
It's mostly all luck man. I just happened to be acquaintances with someone in university who wouldn't shut up about how crypto was going to change the world. He was the one who convinced me to start buying/mining some BTC 5-6 years ago. From there I've just invested well and scaled up a side business with some intermediate developer knowledge that I ended up selling last year.
 
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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.

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.
hell man if it's 30k right on release and it can provide a full or near full head of hair that lasts, I'd even take a loan for that, 30k is not that bad.
 

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hell man if it's 30k right on release and it can provide a full or near full head of hair that lasts, I'd even take a loan for that, 30k is not that bad.
Well, it probably won't be 30k on the release. It will be a groundbreaking new technology, remember that.
 

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Hello to everyone
when does hair cloning come out?
I am 28 years old. Should I wait for hair cloning? Should I have a hair transplant? Could you let me know about the hair cloning process? Should I wait for hair cloning after a hair transplant?
 

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there is no reason to be happy imo, the price range, timeline, so many unanswered questions at the moment, and finally no inwestor, imo Tsuji is at least 10 years away, it is sad, because stemson treatment's price will be very similar with Tsuji's
I was reffering to his pfp lmao
 

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Ay man 200k is a joke. You have to be a millionaire to get your hair back. Tsuji lost me here boyss, I'm hopping down the hype train
 

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Depressing

184.000$-276.000$ (mature commercial stage, 1.000-10.000 patients)

138.000$-184.000$ (>10.000 patients)

Forget about tsuji, unless you are a millionaire
 

trialAcc

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Yeah his pricing is a joke, this isn't a realistic option to look forward to. He has it at 138k-184k at product maturity (10k+ patients). This is probably why he can't find a investor/partner. The market for this is pathetically low and it's obvious that he's going to have competitors trying to enter the market, severely undercut his prices, or even beat him to market.

The clinical trial pricing is actually hilarious. They're going to charge people 500-700k USD to be part of a clinical research trial that's never been done on humans before at scale.
 
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