My opinion remains the same. Let’s start with the basics: Hair transplant procedure is a cosmetic procedure to make you look better. If you don’t like your balding or your receding hair line and you have hair transplant procedure, you can enjoy your hair now. You don’t have to wait for cloning which still may
Cloning hair in Los Angeles? It would have made Time Magazine, Newsweek, New York Times, and all the major headlines if it was true. Cloning hair does not exist as of 2014 except in the hands of sleazy people. The claim is likely a marketing gimmick and it may be subject to the California Medical
The 10 year timeline that has been used for well over 10 years now keeps moving. Unfortunately, I have no more insight into hair cloning progress than you have. The research is ongoing, and I will continue to post anything and everything that I can find about it. I am keeping no secrets.
Snippet from the article: Read the rest at New Scientist — 3D drops raise hopes of cure for baldness I posted a few links about this research last month, but I just read this article in New Scientist about the recent work by Dr. Colin Jahoda, who presented this material at the 2013 ISHRS meeting,
I wasn’t sure what you were referring to, but I hunted down this article about Aderans Research Institute having a liquidation auction for all of their equipment and furniture. While interesting, I don’t have any insider information with Aderans and I am not aware of any advancements nor setbacks in hair cloning. We should watch
There are no proven cases where hair cloning has been performed successfully as a clinical treatment.
There are private companies that are still working on hair cloning. It has not fallen off the radar, but the progress has been slow. I can’t put a timeline on when it’ll be a reality available to the public, but I hope it will be available within my lifetime.
I believe we are closer… but there is nothing in the “pipeline” that I am aware of for a short term answer. There is ongoing research and scientists are working on hair loss / cloning / multiplication. We are all still waiting.
The point of the post you’re referencing from a couple weeks ago (FUE Back into the Linear Scar vs Scar Revision) was that once a strip surgery has been done and a linear scar is already present, a FUE procedure should not be the harvesting method of choice. To answer your question on cloning, if
When properly designed, Scalp MicroPigmentation (SMP) can work with hair transplants and possibly with a good cloning process once cloning is practical. Hair cloning is “not ready for prime time”, but I expect that once it is viable, any good cloning procedure must restore a normal appearance, including the leading edge of the hairline which