Update From The God Himself - Dr. Takashi Tsuji

Tom4362

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I think the poster on HLC2020 is wrong. He interpreted it as each of these treatments is an option depending on norwood (which it never explicitly says). I interpreted it as, they are all methods they have researched previously, but are moving forward with their method which had been researched for the past 8-10 years.

http://www.organ-technol.co.jp/en/business/hair-follicle-regeneration/
Could also be true. But the second generation technology is what is expected to be the main treatment (afaik). And it seems that they are also developing the third one, so why couldn't it be the case that the first one is also still in development? Also, they are talking about DISTINCT technologies. So the third one is not an upgrade of the first two
 

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Could also be true. But the second generation technology is what is expected to be the main treatment (afaik). And it seems that they are also developing the third one, so why couldn't it be the case that the first one is also still in development? Also, they are talking about DISTINCT technologies. So the third one is not an upgrade of the first two

You could very well be right. It would be nice for Organ tech to clarify.
 

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I think the poster on HLC2020 is wrong. He interpreted it as each of these treatments is an option depending on norwood (which it never explicitly says). I interpreted it as, they are all methods they have researched previously, but are moving forward with their method which had been researched for the past 8-10 years.

http://www.organ-technol.co.jp/en/business/hair-follicle-regeneration/

I agree, it seems they're describing the three different types of potential stem cell based treatments that are being developed worldwide, but Organ Technologies themselves will only be offering the stage two organ germ transplant treatment in the near enough future.
 

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i think i deserve an apology from everyone who called bs on this post lmao

all hail tsuji we gon make it boys
 

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This sums up the entire hair loss community. The moron who made the site realizes 2020 is gonna be as empty as 2005 and a cure is 2020 years away, so he deliberately spreads false information. The average hair loss talk member (i.e @Ollie ) automatically bites the lie and registers it as “scientific proof”. So once more time passes and none of it becomes reality, the average hair loss talk member blames Tsuji and Riken, screaming “why u lie bro I want my hair back” or “I don’t understand, it was in the paper!”. Meanwhile all this time you have exaggerated and turned Tsuji into a magical cure, giving false hope to the user.

this is why you should all shut the fcuk up and understand this is nothing more than air at this point. Whether it works and when is unknown to us all and it certainly won’t take a fcuking year. Or two.

@ZP31 i salute you sir. Well done.

You need to seriously stop talking. Unlike you some of us have actually read Tsuji’s publications and can at least apply rationale. I never said anything about 2020 - but I do suspect trial results 2020-2021 .
 

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LOL fcuk off midget I’ll beat your *** up any day of the week. This guy just silenced you all by making a very simple observation that sums up the entire forum: misinformation and delusion. Perhaps you should stop typing and start filtering the sh1t you read and take for granted. This isn’t a science forum and you’re not anything related to it. You’re a delusional loner who has no Androgenetic Alopecia yet here you are for god knows how many years, deep into your delusion. Why are you here when clearly you’re outsmarting hair loss and have hair? Show us your hair midget.

If you must know finasteride has brought me back from diffuse NW3 to a much thicker NW2.

As for this not being a science forum - I’ll just remind you you’re on the Tsuji thread. Arguably some of the most pioneering science is being done by him and his team (none of which you’d understand) .

@ZP31 said nothing you agree with. He was merely stating his opinion that Tsuji’s intentions are to remain on track for the sole treatment as publicised for years now and not the other 2 methods HLC2020 mentioned.
 

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This sums up the entire hair loss community. The moron who made the site realizes 2020 is gonna be as empty as 2005 and a cure is 2020 years away, so he deliberately spreads false information. The average hair loss talk member (i.e @Ollie ) automatically bites the lie and registers it as “scientific proof”. So once more time passes and none of it becomes reality, the average hair loss talk member blames Tsuji and Riken, screaming “why u lie bro I want my hair back” or “I don’t understand, it was in the paper!”. Meanwhile all this time you have exaggerated and turned Tsuji into a magical cure, giving false hope to the user.

this is why you should all shut the fcuk up and understand this is nothing more than air at this point. Whether it works and when is unknown to us all and it certainly won’t take a fcuking year. Or two.

@ZP31 i salute you sir. Well done.
Except that we will have multiple treatments in phase 3 trials in 2020 which hasn’t been seen in decades, but sure 2020 is going to be just as empty as 2005 lol
 

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We are pleased to announce that the 2020 RIKEN BDR-CuSTOM Joint Symposium in Kobe “Integrated organoid science: Stem cells, Engineering, Medicine,” will be held on March 4 and 5, 2020 at the RIKEN Center for Biosystems Dynamics Research (BDR) in Kobe, Japan.

The discovery of the self-organization processes in stem cell culture systems has enabled researchers to generate three-dimensional mini-organs or so-called “organoids” in the lab, and has consequently propelled stem cell research into a new dimension, with applications in human developmental biology, drug discovery for rare diseases as well as in vitro analyses of inter-organ connections. Recent improvements in organoid culture technologies have been achieved through interdisciplinary researches between wide-ranging fields including biomaterial engineering and microdevice technologies, in addition to basic stem cell biology. The organoids being generated, however, are still small and immature, and there remains a need to understand the basic principles of the self-organization phenomena as well as develop breakthroughs in culture technology to generate mature functional organs. This symposium will bring together scientists from fields of stem cell biology, engineering, chemistry and information science to share the latest cutting-edge research in organoid biology and its social implementation, and also discuss the future tasks of this research area.

Topics will include:
(1) The principles of self-organization
(2) Modeling development and disease
(3) Engineering approaches
(4) New technologies
(5) Brain organoids (Memorial session for Dr. Yoshiki Sasai)

The program will include both oral and poster sessions. We encourage the submission of abstracts for the poster session from scientists working in various fields to increase opportunities for lively and exciting discussions. Several abstracts will be selected for oral presentations.

Organizers
.., Takashi Tsuji (RIKEN BDR, Japan)

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i will look forward to get the detailed program this month
 

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Give it 20 years.

I thought you’d left?

I agree somewhat... this still all feels too far away. Maybe not 20 years, but still... there aren’t really any positive signs at all at the moment.

“The organoids being generated, however, are still small and immature”
 

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he’s not even talking about hair btw. Believe me, this whole concept may very well not work ever. It’s not just the 20 years you gotta worry about. 20 years would be necessary to reach this particular concept to a level where it is viable and efficient. And I got these morons here talking about “a complete hair loss cure” ready in 2020-2021. I mean can you blame me for ripping on them?

I think honestly there’s more chance of someone finding a miracle drug within the next 10 years, than hair cloning being a thing. Hair is just so surprisingly complex.

Combining the new “upcoming” drugs (Samumed, Breezula, Microneedling & minoxidil) will probably be the best we have for quite a long time. This, plus a hair transplant is what I think will be closest thing to a “cure”.
 

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I think honestly there’s more chance of someone finding a miracle drug within the next 10 years, than hair cloning being a thing. Hair is just so surprisingly complex.

Combining the new “upcoming” drugs (Samumed, Breezula, Microneedling & minoxidil) will probably be the best we have for quite a long time. This, plus a hair transplant is what I think will be closest thing to a “cure”.

even with the development of a new drug like a pill or so, it takes +10 years to get it commercialised.

I don't understand how people thinks that things like this come out the next week after a paper is written.

Just look at novo nordisk new rybelsus pill, they completed phase 3 in 2016 and got it FDA approved last year !
 

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even with the development of a new drug like a pill or so, it takes +10 years to get it commercialised.

I don't understand how people thinks that things like this come out the next week after a paper is written.

Just look at novo nordisk new rybelsus pill, they completed phase 3 in 2016 and got it FDA approved last year !

True, in the UK/US at least. The treatment in this thread I assume will go through the Japanese “fast track” process, only needing 1 successful trial to be commercialised. This will significantly reduce the time taken to market, however will only be available in Japan.

Still, until we get study results and physical photos of before & after, I just think everyone should hold back their excitement, at least, until proven otherwise.
 

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The other one to watch here is the TissUse Smart Hair Transplant, which seems to be on a faster track to release, but I don't know much about that one.
 

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We are pleased to announce that the 2020 RIKEN BDR-CuSTOM Joint Symposium in Kobe “Integrated organoid science: Stem cells, Engineering, Medicine,” will be held on March 4 and 5, 2020 at the RIKEN Center for Biosystems Dynamics Research (BDR) in Kobe, Japan.

The discovery of the self-organization processes in stem cell culture systems has enabled researchers to generate three-dimensional mini-organs or so-called “organoids” in the lab, and has consequently propelled stem cell research into a new dimension, with applications in human developmental biology, drug discovery for rare diseases as well as in vitro analyses of inter-organ connections. Recent improvements in organoid culture technologies have been achieved through interdisciplinary researches between wide-ranging fields including biomaterial engineering and microdevice technologies, in addition to basic stem cell biology. The organoids being generated, however, are still small and immature, and there remains a need to understand the basic principles of the self-organization phenomena as well as develop breakthroughs in culture technology to generate mature functional organs. This symposium will bring together scientists from fields of stem cell biology, engineering, chemistry and information science to share the latest cutting-edge research in organoid biology and its social implementation, and also discuss the future tasks of this research area.

Topics will include:
(1) The principles of self-organization
(2) Modeling development and disease
(3) Engineering approaches
(4) New technologies
(5) Brain organoids (Memorial session for Dr. Yoshiki Sasai)

The program will include both oral and poster sessions. We encourage the submission of abstracts for the poster session from scientists working in various fields to increase opportunities for lively and exciting discussions. Several abstracts will be selected for oral presentations.

Organizers
.., Takashi Tsuji (RIKEN BDR, Japan)

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i will look forward to get the detailed program this month

march 4&5, mark your calendars boys
 

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Mark the two days of disappointment... for you guys lol. Never placed any hope in this crap. None of us should.
 

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Calling Tsuji's technology crap clearly tells that you don't know what you are talking about.
He called the conference crap. At least I hope... Because otherwise he must be brain dead.

Is someone in this forum who has an example that a milestone in development of a drug or medical procedure was announced in a conference?

But even if not conferences show progress! Because no one would attend and speak at a conference if they haven't something to tell. But I also don't expect tsuji to talk about a release date or confirm if 2020 is still the plan.

PS: No one with high scientific standards so please don't refer to brotzu.
 

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https://www.burlingtoncountytimes.c...e-hairy-new-year-and-other-good-news-for-2020

„Finally, 2020 may be the year science cures a calamity worse than climate change – male pattern baldness.

Late last summer, Dr. Takashi Tsuji told the Financial Times that his team, Organ Technologies in Kobe, had successfully used stem cell to regrow hair. The good news is the treatment could be on the market in Japan this year or next. Bad news — treatments are estimated to cost between $190,000 to $380,000.

In 2020, things look good. Enjoy it.“
 

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https://www.burlingtoncountytimes.c...e-hairy-new-year-and-other-good-news-for-2020

„Finally, 2020 may be the year science cures a calamity worse than climate change – male pattern baldness.

Late last summer, Dr. Takashi Tsuji told the Financial Times that his team, Organ Technologies in Kobe, had successfully used stem cell to regrow hair. The good news is the treatment could be on the market in Japan this year or next. Bad news — treatments are estimated to cost between $190,000 to $380,000.

In 2020, things look good. Enjoy it.“


Have to cancel the Lamborghini, long hair and Dacia I'm coming!
 
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