I thought the researcher quotes were from past statements? Or are you implying you asked them that question after I made the thread and they responded.Just recently I was challenged to prove that most researchers deem Androgenetic Alopecia to be irreversible. We asked them and they did side with me
I'm so sorry to hear that!Hard to live life to the fullest when you're a girl getting bald at 23. But yeah, let's hang on.
I haven't post that much in 2016 , Now after around a year I come to this section and review new treatments in future and still don't see anything that makes me surprise , I don't like to disappoint anybody , Please don't get offended then. as you see my profile picture is HOPE and everybody who knows me on this forum know how I put my effort to help others , Organize the Seti Group buy and find a best solution to treat this hairloss , However , As my good friend Wolfpack suggested me a year ago to do the hair transplant , I have to say thats the best option that I can see , And we will be better off if we just take a break of this hairloss and come back to normal life , At the same time expecting something new come and make us surprise , But my only point is as a friendly suggestion to do not get involve a lot with that and spend more than an hour a day for it , because I have done it in the past ( 4-5 hours each day )and now I feel regret about that. Although I enjoyed to learn a lot from many of the users on this forum and research about different products and treatments but sadly it looks like the speed of progress is very slow ...Just wanna share my thoughts ..
And now this nut is searching around for my other posts and disliking them - very mature. Note I don't do the same to him, because I don't care - you have to have a pretty pathetic life to care about that sort of thing. Then again, I'd expect no less from someone who spends all day on this forum - 1,500 posts in two years lol
Despite all the verbiage Swooping posts, there's still no evidence that Tsuji method works, and no amount of arguing changes that. When Tsuji releases evidence, I'll happily change my opinion. Because that's what matters, not faith, not trust, but results.
I thought the researcher quotes were from past statements? Or are you implying you asked them that question after I made the thread and they responded.
Ahhh KO1, yeah we can agree on this one, but that was not the original point. Never did I claim that Tsuji his method works, I say that his method is most promising out of all. You called male pattern baldness research a clownshow and the pipeline sh*t because ARI and Follica had the "smartest" team (lol).
LolYes, male pattern baldness research is a clownshow. Limited capital, limited knowledge, and limited talent in this field. This is a field in which a borderline fraud like Replicel can get funded by a cosmetics company and forum members get excited...I don't mean this to mock, it's just a sad situation. The pipeline is sh*t because none of the companies have been able to prove results, they don't attract funding or investment, and according to you the top guy is somebody who hasn't grown a single hair in a human being yet.
@GoneShiseido is in phase III isn't it? And they still don't have pictures?
I am not a person of knowledge, just a poster, but there's just no interest. Hellouser is right that nobody cares about this, but it's even more startling they even cosmetic med companies don't either. That much is clear. It could also be because the science is so poorly understood. That's why we need people like Cots being very visible and raising money. When more investment comes, that pipeline is going to get bigger. Until then, we have Brotzu lotion....
Why don't we, here, start talking seriously about ways we can raise money?People who truly could raise money are people like Spencer.