Update From The God Himself - Dr. Takashi Tsuji

Marcaronii

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There are much better and cheaper ones than Tsuji. There's Stemson, Yokohama, L'Oreal. Tsuji is not the be all and end all, there's others out there too.
I know, but I'm losing density real quick. I can't afford another 5 more years... :(
 

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I would totally do it. If it works in phase I then what is there to go wrong in phase II?

Also, I think the Japanese government pays the fee for participating in the clinical trial. As long as you're a trial participant I think it's free of charge for the patient.
It can work in a patch of 1cm, but it doesn't prove anything about the long term durability of the procedure. Even if I'm worth well into the 8 figures, why would I pay for this without a serious guarantee of outcome? At that level of wealth you can have the most indistinguishable hairpiece custom crafted for you and get much better assurance of quality if you're that desperate for hair just like a few of the top Hollywood guys are doing. Also, if what you said is true, why would they even bother releasing prices for clinical trial patients?

I think it should be obvious to everyone that something is clearly wrong here, otherwise they would have already closed an investment deal for the initial 4 million and been in preparation of human trials.
 

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Not very patriotic, nor much of a gentleman, nor in possession of any sort of sense of humor, are we now, byebyehair?

Eh. Baldness is a hard cross to bear so I give you a pass but please state what your objections are to any statements that I make in the future so I can take note and improve myself but just hitting dislike does very little for anyone and it kind of hurts my feelings, to be honest.

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For the love of god not every comment should be an article
 

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It can work in a patch of 1cm, but it doesn't prove anything about the long term durability of the procedure. Even if I'm worth well into the 8 figures, why would I pay for this without a serious guarantee of outcome? At that level of wealth you can have the most indistinguishable hairpiece custom crafted for you and get much better assurance of quality if you're that desperate for hair just like a few of the top Hollywood guys are doing. Also, if what you said is true, why would they even bother releasing prices for clinical trial patients?

I think it should be obvious to everyone that something is clearly wrong here, otherwise they would have already closed an investment deal for the initial 4 million and been in preparation of human trials.
I would never wear a hairpiece, I don't care how well made it is. Not everyone thinks like you, someone will pay it. I wouldn't pay that much for it either, but if I had a hundred million, I would pay one percent of it to get the treatment two years early. There are a limited number of spots available. If you're looking for a 100% guarantee that doesn't exist. Even after clinical trials are done you still won't have your guarantee that it will last for years and be safe long term. You'll have basically the same level of assurance that someone participating in the phase II trial will have, little more
 

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No I don't, but I'll be able to finally sleep well at night knowing that a functional cure is available.
You know the mature price is $182,000 7/8 years after initial commercialization? Tsuji is not going to thrive and have customers. Why not put your faith in Stemson knowing that they too, have a functional cure, will be much more affordable and probably will produce more aesthetically pleasing hair than Tsuji? In the long run you're going to be waiting on Tsuji a lot lot longer to come close to affording it than you would with Stemson.
 

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You know the mature price is $182,000 7/8 years after initial commercialization? Tsuji is not going to thrive and have customers. Why not put your faith in Stemson knowing that they too, have a functional cure, will be much more affordable and probably will produce more aesthetically pleasing hair than Tsuji? In the long run you're going to be waiting on Tsuji a lot lot longer to come close to affording it than you would with Stemson.
if stemson will work as they plan i could have better hair than i had as a tenneager
 

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You know the mature price is $182,000 7/8 years after initial commercialization? Tsuji is not going to thrive and have customers. Why not put your faith in Stemson knowing that they too, have a functional cure, will be much more affordable and probably will produce more aesthetically pleasing hair than Tsuji? In the long run you're going to be waiting on Tsuji a lot lot longer to come close to affording it than you would with Stemson.
What is the timeline for stemson?
 

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2024-2026 maybe? But regardless a much faster route to getting your hair back than with Tsuji I can guarantee you that.
And yet we don't even know if they succeded in the pig trails, we should have known since the end of Q1 2021, but we are entering soon Q3.
Do not use Fortunis as a source, they are the businessman, not the guys behind the science.

We should be cautious with giving out any informations, especially on the net. We should label these infos as assumptions.
 
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Keratinpro

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And yet we don't even know if they succeded in the pig trails, we should have known since the end of Q1 2021, but we are entering soon Q3.
Do not use Fortunis as a source, they are the businessman, not the guys behind the science.

We should be cautious with giving out any informations, especially on the net. We should label these infos as assumptions.
Nope I wasn't using Fortunis as a source it was based off of what Alexey had previously stated. Plus we don't know how the trials are going/went. For all we know they've completed the preclinical trials and received investments already but are getting ready to announce the human trials and just haven't officially announced it yet. COVID I'm sure has delayed things and Stemson usually delivers its news towards the end of the year. I'm not expecting any update until the end of August/beginning September.
 

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And yet we don't even know if they succeded in the pig trails, we should have known since the end of Q1 2021, but we are entering soon Q3.
Do not use Fortunis as a source, they are the businessman, not the guys behind the science.

We should be cautious with giving out any informations, especially on the net. We should label these infos as assumptions.
These hair loss forums know more than the companies themselves.

We were so sure Tsuji was going to make it he was backed by all these credentials there was Riken behind him, he was a Gemini, he was our savior. Then as always delays and money made his prospects to us look like sh*t but now the new prophet is Stemson to which we have no concrete evidence they will grant our wish either only conjecture.

Just beware guys Tsujis hype train had comfy seats also.
 
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