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    Quote Originally Posted by Herbaliser View Post
    For me we should focus on real cures instead of shallow hair loss, and thatīs why i posted like i did to wake up people.
    Hair loss is not science but this forum as others proves otherwise, since itīs business.
    Donīt you get that iīm not arguing, just being realistic.
    And forgot to mention jamess11, you are the first one that actually asks about my intentions "finally"

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    I have a masters degree in cellular and molecular biology and you're trying to tell me that "hair loss is NOT science"? Please explain this. Hair loss is genetic. Hair loss is physiological. Hair loss occurs due to processes at the molecular level... so, how exactly is hair loss not science?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesst11 View Post
    I have a masters degree in cellular and molecular biology and you're trying to tell me that "hair loss is NOT science"? Please explain this. Hair loss is genetic. Hair loss is physiological. Hair loss occurs due to processes at the molecular level... so, how exactly is hair loss not science?
    Does it matter if itīs genetic?
    So it means we cannot treat it due our genes, and itīs so easy to blame genetics, and therefore we need drugs to cure a treatment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Herbaliser View Post
    Does it matter if itīs genetic?
    So it means we cannot treat it due our genes, and itīs so easy to blame genetics, and therefore we need drugs to cure a treatment.
    Sorry forgot "plastic" surgery also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaldingEagle View Post
    Really serious reply.
    You actually made my point instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Herbaliser View Post
    Does it matter if itīs genetic?
    So it means we cannot treat it due our genes, and itīs so easy to blame genetics, and therefore we need drugs to cure a treatment.
    You need drugs to effectively block the production DHT yes... until you can provide solid evidence of a natural treatment that does this, then there is no point in arguing. IF YOU DO? Then I will kiss you on the mouth, because believe it or not, I hate finasteride as well.

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    Hi Artista,

    Thanks so much for sticking with this and sharing your experiences with the forum. It's hard to believe it's been three years since we first started hearing about Pilofocus, but things finally seem to be moving along. I appreciate all of your posts and I'm glad Dr. Wesley was able to fit you into the trial.

    I have a couple of practical questions about your experience w/ the surgery. I was hoping you might be able to share a little bit more information (if you can't, no worries).

    1) Was it painful to undergo? Do you feel there is any pain or numbness where the piloscope was inserted (or like it damaged any underlying tissue)?
    2) Did it take a long time, or were the extractions as quick as expected? Also, if there is an instrument under your skin at all times, does that mean your head needs to be restrained somehow so it doesn't move?
    3) Will you be able to tell if any of the donor grafts regenerate? Is there a timeline for expected regeneration (if it occurs)? Can you talk about the process used for regeneration?
    4) Can you say anything about Dr. Wesley's confidence or expectations for this procedure? Will it be able to do large sessions? Does it harm any grafts? Has he done any more research into regenerative methods? Etc.

    Sorry for all the questions. Thanks! Fingers crossed everything goes as we all hope!

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    Hey Herbaliser the cure is 15-20 years to be discovered and 25+ to be released so it'll be all good in the end.

    And yeah I've seen histogen

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    HELLO Joker!!
    It's great to hear from you.
    I hope you're doing fine...
    I just noticed this on my iPhone,but i'm getting ready to go to bed now so I'll quickly answer some of your questions.
    Tomorrow morning I'll get back on it.
    #1) Actually, The pain I have felt is not severe at all. No numbness at all either.
    #2) The Pilofocus phase testing started at 7:30 AM end it was all completed by 2 PM.
    I was asleep through most of it all due to the medical pain relief, which was great.
    There was some type of safety restraint when he was going through the endoscopic phase testing.
    Sorry Joker but it's time for me to get the bed.
    I promise you tomorrow morning I will respond much more.
    I feel that my hair regeneration is going to really be successful based upon his original first phase testing. Not too many people had seen that 45 minute presentation.
    I was lucky to be one of those that did see it!!
    It was good to hear from you bro.
    I'll be back on tomorrow morning I promise
    Cheers

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