I have an idea, need some help...
I own a medical device company, and we're developing a wound care device.
The other day, one of the techs comes to me and tells me he has been doing some completely unauthorized "anecdotal" research on his own head with one of our newer prototypes.
It seems that he's been regrowing hair on his temporal recession areas.
It's promising, but highly anecdotal, and it could be anything. I know the device is safe, so I'm not worried about his health.
I found this board on a google search, and after doing a little reading, seemed like people knew what they were talking about. So I figured I'd ask here and see what I get:
Does anyone know if there's any research going on in the area of phospholipid peroxidation to stimulate cell growth factor- in hair follicles?
I've seen apoptosis studies, and some creams mention it. My device can actually catalyze the process, with no pain, and no side effects.
If anyone knows of the research, or has seen studies, please refer them to me, I'd certainly appreciate it.
It might be a wild goose-chase. So I'm sorry in advance.
If anyone wants a little more information on the science, let me know, and I could post some more information on what the device does.