I'll definitely say that if my hairloss stabilized as is, and an HT could give me a solid hairline and good density in the front, I would opt for that in a heartbeat rather than waiting 4 yrs for comparable coverage with Histogen.
Me too. I'd wait 4 yrs for Histogen to fill in the crown.
This is most likely the reason that Dr. Ziering is involved. If anything, this might boost hair transplant sales. Unless of course, it's a total cure - then it will wipe out HT's. Either way, smart move on Ziering
I totally agree, I don't stand by the nonsensical idea that HT surgeons will suddenly be on the breadline when Histogen or any other therapy comes out, most of the conferences are attended by HT surgeons and they are actively involved in new research (Dr Z for example). Check out the "Who will benefit from attending?" question on this page for the Bahamas presentation:
Top of the list is experienced HT surgeons.
Interesting to see that Johnson & Johnson are the prime backers of this event too.