Update From The God Himself - Dr. Takashi Tsuji

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for some more insight into japans new cell based regenerative therapy approval process - a new alzheimers stem cell therapy has been approved:

According to Nature Cell, Kyushu’s conditional approval review board for regenerative medicine has approved Fukuoka Trinity Clinic’s request to begin offering Astro Stem to interested patients. The decision was also delivered to Japan’s Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare.

As a result, the hospital -- a partner of the Biostar Research Institute jointly run by Nature Cell and R Bio -- will be able to start offering the firm’s stem cell therapies to patients within this month, it said.

In Japan, stem cell therapies are not considered drugs, but fall under therapeutic technology.

To begin providing stem cell therapies, a hospital must obtain the approval of a board of regenerative medicine specialists who review the drugs’ efficacy and safety, as well as patient risks and benefits.

Once approval is granted, it is delivered to the Japanese Drug Ministry for recordkeeping. Then, the hospital can begin commercially offering the stem cell treatments to patients at the facility.


and this article elaborates even more: https://www.businesswire.com/news/h...ure-Cell-Biostar-Stem-Cell-Research-Institute

seems the original IN MOUSE research was published in 2012, and then treatment is now being released commercially 6 years later. in comparison, tsujis first journal publication of his method was in 2012 (https://www.nature.com/articles/ncomms1784). someone can do some more research to find when they started clinical trials to get a more accurate insight into when tsujis method could be released

 

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Can someone tell me what is going on? OP post has been edited.

sorry man i really cant elaborate anymore i actually should ask admin to delete this thread entirely. theres a post that quoted my op without the screenshot that gives you the gist. basically you should be optimistic for the future my guy
 

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for some more insight into japans new cell based regenerative therapy approval process - a new alzheimers stem cell therapy has been approved:

According to Nature Cell, Kyushu’s conditional approval review board for regenerative medicine has approved Fukuoka Trinity Clinic’s request to begin offering Astro Stem to interested patients. The decision was also delivered to Japan’s Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare.

As a result, the hospital -- a partner of the Biostar Research Institute jointly run by Nature Cell and R Bio -- will be able to start offering the firm’s stem cell therapies to patients within this month, it said.

In Japan, stem cell therapies are not considered drugs, but fall under therapeutic technology.

To begin providing stem cell therapies, a hospital must obtain the approval of a board of regenerative medicine specialists who review the drugs’ efficacy and safety, as well as patient risks and benefits.

Once approval is granted, it is delivered to the Japanese Drug Ministry for recordkeeping. Then, the hospital can begin commercially offering the stem cell treatments to patients at the facility.


and this article elaborates even more: https://www.businesswire.com/news/h...ure-Cell-Biostar-Stem-Cell-Research-Institute

seems the original IN MOUSE research was published in 2012, and then treatment is now being released commercially 6 years later. in comparison, tsujis first journal publication of his method was in 2012 (https://www.nature.com/articles/ncomms1784). someone can do some more research to find when they started clinical trials to get a more accurate insight into when tsujis method could be released

quick update - astrostem (the name of the alzheimers stem cell therapy) started phase i/ii trials in march/april 2017, and the therapy is being released commercially a year later... if tsuji is starting clinical trials in 2019, 2020 might actually be the year boys!!!

https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT03117738
https://www.businesswire.com/news/h...Cell-Started-Commercial-Clinical-Trials-Phase

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quick update - astrostem (the name of the alzheimers stem cell therapy) started phase i/ii trials in march/april 2017, and the therapy is being released commercially a year later... if tsuji is starting clinical trials in 2019, 2020 might actually be the year boys!!!

https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT03117738
https://www.businesswire.com/news/h...Cell-Started-Commercial-Clinical-Trials-Phase

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japans given us sushi and now they have a high chance of giving us hair back as well... proud to be weeb trash.
 

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quick update - astrostem (the name of the alzheimers stem cell therapy) started phase i/ii trials in march/april 2017, and the therapy is being released commercially a year later... if tsuji is starting clinical trials in 2019, 2020 might actually be the year boys!!!

https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT03117738
https://www.businesswire.com/news/h...Cell-Started-Commercial-Clinical-Trials-Phase

@inmyhead @hanginginthewire

You don’t go from no definitive updates to a cure in less than 2yrs lmao. We don’t have sh*t right now outside of hopeful dreams and “that science makes sense” bs. Everyone still hoping and dreaming, that means these dumbass scientists are still playing legos with mice.
 

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You don’t go from no definitive updates to a cure in less than 2yrs lmao. We don’t have sh*t right now outside of hopeful dreams and “that science makes sense” bs. Everyone still hoping and dreaming, that means these dumbass scientists are still playing legos with mice.

Could someone please ban this asswipe already?
 

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You don’t go from no definitive updates to a cure in less than 2yrs lmao. We don’t have sh*t right now outside of hopeful dreams and “that science makes sense” bs. Everyone still hoping and dreaming, that means these dumbass scientists are still playing legos with mice.

You’re f*****g annoying dude. Why are you here if you don’t believe in any new treatment? These dumbass scientist are your only hope.
 

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I read up on the Japanese stem cell law a while ago and from what I recall the accelerated licensing represents a conditional approval period during which ALL CASES MUST BE DOCUMENTED AND FOLLOWED CLOSELY FOR PROBLEMS. ie. Everyone who gets the therapy during the conditional period is a "study participant" and must be seen for regular follow up.


This almost certainly means the only people that will be able to get it during this period will be native Japanese citizens. I think it's a 3-5 year period, but it was months ago when I tried looking into the law so I don't recall.


After that, the company can use this data to apply for full approval and the therapy becomes generally open to everyone.


Either way, incredible if Tsuji gets there and he will deserve all the hype and adoration if he does. Very cool.


I’m going challenge you on this because I’ve seen several people post comments like “oh it’s only gonna be available to Japanese citizens.” Where is your proof for this nonsense?

I would like to postulate a counter argument based on a couple of logical points from an article I stumbled upon. Here are some snipets about Japan’s accelerated commercialization laws passed in 2014:

Economic growth:

“The accelerated commercialization of cell therapies is part of the economic revitalization plan initiated by Prime Minister Shinzō Abe. Under Shinzō Abe, Japan has been pursuing regenerative medicine and cellular therapy as key strategies to the Japan’s economic growth.”

Based on the paragraph above, it’s clear that a primary goal of the accelerated commercialization is to increase Japan’s economic growth. Therefore, it is counterintuitive to think they would only open the doors to Japanese citizens and close themselves off from the rest of the global economy. Companies would not want that at all. It makes logical sense that they would want the full global pool of demand in order to maximize economic growth.


Japan as a “Gateway Country”

“This safety data can then be used by non-Japanese participants, which is a massive benefit to foreign companies, such as those located in the United States. The regulatory environment in Japan provides companies with the unique opportunity to “fast track” a clinical trial and seek approval of a new cell therapy product within the Japanese market.”

Japan is opening its doors for foreign companies. This effectively allows global companies to do their clinical testing within Japan under Japanese laws and then subsequently develop their cell therapies for the rest of the world. It’s very clear here they have a global mindset with regard to these accelerated commercialization laws.

So I then place the burden of proof upon you all who believe accelerated treatments will only be available to Japanese citizens. Find me anywhere that this is stated, otherwise stop making these outlandish claims.

Source: https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.bioinformant.com/japan-accelerated-approvals-of-cell-therapies/amp/
 
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sorry man i really cant elaborate anymore i actually should ask admin to delete this thread entirely.

Why so?


BTW thank you so much for posting some real information rather than some random #Tsuji2020 nonsense. Appreciate it bro.
 

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implantation (Tsuji) and injection (Shiseido) are not topical treatments.
Lol
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I’m going challenge you on this because I’ve seen several people post comments like “oh it’s only gonna be available to Japanese citizens.” Where is your proof for this nonsense?

I would like to postulate a counter argument based on a couple of logical points from an article I stumbled upon. Here are some snipets about Japan’s accelerated commercialization laws passed in 2014:

Economic growth:

“The accelerated commercialization of cell therapies is part of the economic revitalization plan initiated by Prime Minister Shinzō Abe. Under Shinzō Abe, Japan has been pursuing regenerative medicine and cellular therapy as key strategies to the Japan’s economic growth.”

Based on the paragraph above, it’s clear that a primary goal of the accelerated commercialization is to increase Japan’s economic growth. Therefore, it is counterintuitive to think they would only open the doors to Japanese citizens and close themselves off from the rest of the global economy. Companies would not want that at all. It makes logical sense that they would want the full global pool of demand in order to maximize economic growth.


Japan as a “Gateway Country”

“This safety data can then be used by non-Japanese participants, which is a massive benefit to foreign companies, such as those located in the United States. The regulatory environment in Japan provides companies with the unique opportunity to “fast track” a clinical trial and seek approval of a new cell therapy product within the Japanese market.”

Japan is opening its doors for foreign companies. This effectively allows global companies to do their clinical testing within Japan under Japanese laws and then subsequently develop their cell therapies for the rest of the world. It’s very clear here they have a global mindset with regard to these accelerated commercialization laws.

So I then place the burden of proof upon you all who believe accelerated treatments will only be available to Japanese citizens. Find me anywhere that this is stated, otherwise stop making these outlandish claims.

Source: https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.bioinformant.com/japan-accelerated-approvals-of-cell-therapies/amp/

Well as i said the law clearly states all cases done within the preliminary approval phase must be followed up for complications and outcome tracking. That is because these patients become the "study population" for when they apply for permanent approval.

I'm not sure how the japanese scientists could promise the government to follow up some guy who flew in from Brazil for the procedure and then left the next week again.
 

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Well as i said the law clearly states all cases done within the preliminary approval phase must be followed up for complications and outcome tracking. That is because these patients become the "study population" for when they apply for permanent approval.
Source, please.
We all know, that laws sometimes are hard to understand.

Ok, I read about the mentioned Alzheimer's treatment that was developed in Japan under these laws. In the report it is stated that it is only avaible for Japanese residents in Japan, however those who go to Korea can get it if they are from any country. What is interesting is that the treatment was developed under the Japanese law, yet they are offering it to anyone in Korea. So, if Shiseido has Asian license, we could expect a similar thing from their launch. Besides, that Alzheimer's treatment was immediatelly avaible in both Japan and Korea after launch.
 
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edit: had to remove the op as a courtesy. we can continue the discussion but im gonna delete the specifics, just know big things will be coming in 2019 boys

Sorry but im calling complete bullshit on ur supposed email interaction. I have tried to email dr tsuji 3 times and not once has he responded.

Also noisette was totally fine with posting proof of his email and has said that tsuji god is fine with it as well.

So unless u can pm me proof of this email or repost it, which i have no clue why u can’t unless it is in fact shady or fake and u could actually get sued for misreprentation should someone show it to the wrong person, i call bullshit on u.

Nonetheless, i am totally for tsuji and believe in him all the way delivering everything in 2020, just calling bullshit on this guy.
 

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Sorry but im calling complete bullshit on ur supposed email interaction. I have tried to email dr tsuji 3 times and not once has he responded.

Also noisette was totally fine with posting proof of his email and has said that tsuji god is fine with it as well.

So unless u can pm me proof of this email or repost it, which i have no clue why u can’t unless it is in fact shady or fake and u could actually get sued for misreprentation should someone show it to the wrong person, i call bullshit on u.

Nonetheless, i am totally for tsuji and believe in him all the way delivering everything in 2020, just calling bullshit on this guy.

whether you believe me or not is literally completely irrelevant to me, other members saw the original post with all the credentials, identifiers, etc. threatening legal action is laughable, i posted the thread before getting permission and when permission was not given, i deleted the op. i didnt have to post it in the first place but i thought id share the hope i got from it with others, take it for what it is or dont take it at all, honestly couldnt care less lol
 

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One thing that's consistently smothered my enthusiasm for this is that it seems the new hairs will take on the traits of the hair that it was harvested from. This means that individuals suffering from DUPA (some men and a very large portion of women) will seemingly experience little benefit from this technology. I'm extremely happy for all the people suffering from pattern baldness, as this is a major breakthrough for them, but it's sad that this might not be a solution for a large portion of the population. I'm open to the possibility that I misinterpreted the science of this procedure, but I believe this is the case from what I've read in the last two years.
 
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