Verteporfin drug induced scarless healing with new hair follicles on mice. This new founding can be really big

pegasus2

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Every scientist wants to hype their findings so they can get more funding. Always take it with a grain of salt
 

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You do that on a human and you get a perfect rectangle of nothing but scar tissue.
You really don’t if there is mechanical stretching. Look at FUT scars.
 

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FUTs are stitched up
There’s a reason for it. To not get stretches. There’s always tension. In these pigs there’s a lot of it.
 

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There’s a reason for it. To not get stretches. There’s always tension. In these pigs there’s a lot of it.
I'm going to say this one more time because I care about you bro. You gotta stop coping. It's not healthy. Maybe we can do an intervention for you on discord
 

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I'm going to say this one more time because I care about you bro. You gotta stop coping. It's not healthy. Maybe we can do an intervention for you on discord
Haha bro lmao <3
 

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They were much bigger excisions than what's remaining bald
I think that may be due to the wound being deeper in some areas. There is a diagram of the wounds and the outer layer doesn't go into the dermis it seems. Maybe that's why there is some regrowth around the border?
 

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I think that may be due to the wound being deeper in some areas. There is a diagram of the wounds and the outer layer doesn't go into the dermis it seems. Maybe that's why there is some regrowth around the border?
Massive cope
 

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I believe that at this point the only answer can come by testing the procedure on humans and seeing what happens. I have enough faith in this theory because as I said in the past I know of people who have been "treated" with herbal concoctions in Sardinia who have experienced healing from burns and wounds with a lot of hair regrowth. Now we have never managed to deal with it with the pharmaceutical companies, but if a farmer in a remote place has succeeded, I do not see why the product of serious scientific research cannot work.
 

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So I assume this will potentially help regrow extracted follicles/hairs.... correct?

We are not hoping we can wound a NW6 bald head, inject this drug and see healing and regrowth of a head of hair, are we?....
 

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OK so I read through the study. It's a dud guys. The depth of the wounds are .07 inches ~ 1.75mm and an FUT is much deeper as terminal hairs tend to go about 7mm deep. So I doubt this is going to regenerate terminal hairs but possibly velius hairs? Either way it isn't an answer to unlimited donor supply.
 
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