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    Quote Originally Posted by hellouser View Post
    Nobody said it will happen. I'd rather hope it does than say it won't happen.
    Ok but that was an old deadline, which was the result of earlier speculation on the forum. We were assuming they would dive right into phase two, which now sounds kind of naive if I really think about it.

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    not much to infer from this.... you can patent anything... doesn't mean it works

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    Yes but it means you can create a joint venture to market a patented product.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeedHairASAP View Post
    not much to infer from this.... you can patent anything... doesn't mean it works
    Careful. You'll start to sound like a whieny lil bitch like ironman if you're not careful.

    Histogen does work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hellouser View Post
    Nobody said it will happen. I'd rather hope it does than say it won't happen.
    Ill be a NW6 by the time this is released. Doubt Histogen will save me them...sucks man. I'll be 30 in 2015 and probably completely bald.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StayThick View Post
    Ill be a NW6 by the time this is released. Doubt Histogen will save me them...sucks man. I'll be 30 in 2015 and probably completely bald.

    You could probably get a FUE/Pilofocus/Gho, get the shaved head look with some stubble on top (get SMP to fill in the areas if you really want, people who have gotten this swear by this but it comes down to your opinion), maintain that with Histogen, and then wait until the next big thing (probably another 5-7 years from 2015 I would guess).

    Or of course you could give it up. 30 aint a bad age to be bald as much as it sucks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Californication View Post
    You could probably get a FUE/Pilofocus/Gho, get the shaved head look with some stubble on top (get SMP to fill in the areas if you really want, people who have gotten this swear by this but it comes down to your opinion), maintain that with Histogen, and then wait until the next big thing (probably another 5-7 years from 2015 I would guess).

    Or of course you could give it up. 30 aint a bad age to be bald as much as it sucks.
    I will never give up on getting my hair back/having hair. It's not in my nature. But outside of a transplant, my options are extremely limited. And once you get cut you're cut and I'm not comfortable with that at the moment, especially with current techniques that are available. Scared of scarring, future balding, and donor depletion. That's why I'm in such a tough spot and feel helpless.

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    Dude have you tried shaving? I did and it's not so bad.

    I'm back on propecia now and doing what I can to maintain, but it's nice to know if worst comes to worst I can just shave it to a 1 and get on with my life

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    Quote Originally Posted by fred970 View Post
    If he doesn't have any money saved, that's his fault. You want hair or you do not.
    I would spend a good amount of money on something that would provide good, consistent results. Not something which costs 30k and still leaves you going bald (wayne rooney), but for the time it takes to commercialise, open up clinics, base them in the uk, I will have accepted my fate by then.

    If you want to spunk your lifesavings on extra hairs, go for it, you will still be miserable.

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