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    Quote Originally Posted by allTheGoodNamesAreTaken View Post
    Ah, that... that's an old photo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hellouser View Post
    Ah, that... that's an old photo.
    Yeah... Nothing new at all

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    This could be anything. We'll see in a month. I'm just happy they're going to attend even if they say "Yeah, look here, we have a cure. It will be out in 50 years, don't worry, it gon b guud"

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    Quote Originally Posted by cratusg View Post
    This could be anything. We'll see in a month. I'm just happy they're going to attend even if they say "Yeah, look here, we have a cure. It will be out in 50 years, don't worry, it gon b guud"
    Perhaps they need some more funding to be able to get some more scientists on board and to do more trials and so forth to be a bit faster with whatever they are busy now. I am actually wondering why I never hear of really big pharma companies like Roche, Novartis or Pfizer researching on something worth calling "promising". I think these can get a new research project easily funded.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hellouser View Post
    Ah, that... that's an old photo.
    What does that matter, if it's genuine? If someone got that sort of result from propecia they would rightly be over the moon. And if it is an old picture, then great, maybe this time has been spent refining the treatment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by allTheGoodNamesAreTaken View Post
    What does that matter, if it's genuine? If someone got that sort of result from propecia they would rightly be over the moon. And if it is an old picture, then great, maybe this time has been spent refining the treatment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by allTheGoodNamesAreTaken View Post
    What does that matter, if it's genuine? If someone got that sort of result from propecia they would rightly be over the moon. And if it is an old picture, then great, maybe this time has been spent refining the treatment.
    Yes, but the patient in the picture is female. Don't expect the same results for males.

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    Quote Originally Posted by allTheGoodNamesAreTaken View Post
    What does that matter, if it's genuine? If someone got that sort of result from propecia they would rightly be over the moon. And if it is an old picture, then great, maybe this time has been spent refining the treatment.
    Same opinion here. Great to have something that would be at least a bit better than Propecia and at the same time safer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hubris View Post
    Yes, but the patient in the picture is female. Don't expect the same results for males.
    That is a pain if true, but even so, if this works for women who I don't think are able to even take finasteride... why has histogen been written off as 'dead'? They've still got a working product there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by allTheGoodNamesAreTaken View Post
    That is a pain if true, but even so, if this works for women who I don't think are able to even take finasteride... why has histogen been written off as 'dead'? They've still got a working product there.
    Women already have the benefits of Finasteride due to lower levels of testosterone (resulting in lower levels of DHT relative to men). They also have higher levels of estrogen, which appears to have beneficial effects on hair maintenance and health.

    In any case, if it works on women, I'm sure it would work on men too, just to a lesser extent. I think the main problem they have is funding.

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