Amplifica Gets $11.8 Million Financing

I previously mentioned new hair loss company Amplica in my post about Dr. Maksim Plikus’s research on the Scube3 molecule for hair growth. He partnered with Dr. William Rassman to create Amplifica. The latter announced his involvement via a Reddit comment in July 2022.

Amplifica Signaling Molecule
Amplifica announcement by Dr. Rassman on Reddit.

Earlier today (h/t “Ben”), it was announced that Amplifica just completed a $11.8 million Series A Financing round. These funds will enable clinical development of the company’s lead products to treat androgenic alopecia.

These lead products are listed as “AMP-303” and “AMP-506”. The press release states that they expect to initiate first clinical trials in fiscal year 2023.

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Amplifica, Dr. Plikus and Hairy Moles

Note that Amplifica was first mentioned in a 2020 news article in regards to the new company’s interesting work in relation to hairy moles. At the time, a team led by Dr. Plikus discovered that molecules from moles that grow excessive hair can induce follicle growth when administered anywhere on the skin.

Make sure to also read my past posts on Dr. Plikus and his many areas of hair loss research breakthroughs. His team is based at  the University of California, Irvine (UCI).

Amplifica is yet another new company added to my main page on hair loss research around the world.

 

110 thoughts on “Amplifica Gets $11.8 Million Financing”

  1. This is by far the best news of the year.

    “Our research efforts to understand the biology of hair follicle stem cells and the mechanism of hair growth provide a strong foundation to advance the development of AMP-303 and AMP-506. We are also excited to advance other proprietary pipeline products that expand upon our research in hair biology”

    Hence they have a minimum of 4 (!) candidates in the long term, which is unbelievable.

    I hope they soon release additional information and research papers on those candidates, apparently it is not SCUBE3 in the beginning.

    It’s a day to celebrate, and I hope they wipe the floor with all those other seemingly endless researches and endeavors which eventually all end in oblivion.

    Plikus first researched hair in 2008, imagine that. Hairy moles in 2013. The time frames are astonishing. It’s also a lesson that sometimes things can turn very quickly for us observers: until June 2022 Plikus was the guy who did some obscure research about hairy moles, just 4 months later they are one of the main contenders with a huge dollar pillow. Amazing.

    It’s also a prime example for how basic research without a specific goal sometimes leads from a unusual niche to a different avenue. Just great.

      1. Let’s have a virtual beer together!

        Great and fast coverage as always, admin. Best blog by far. An interview with Amplifica would be the cherry on top ;-)

  2. Sorry guys, but these kind of treatments will not bring significant hair growth or cure for most of the guys. Plus, you need to apply it 2-3 times per year. I am not so optimistic about these kind of treatments.

    I don’t get it the hype about the SCUBE3. Can someone explain it to me if it is not a problem?

    1. I love the Scube3 potential. Just Google it. However, I would feel a lot better if a major pharmaceutical company was involved. These smaller groups have been completely disappointing for decades. They have invented nothing but false hope. $11 million is pocket change. If this product had promise, a company like Abbvie would gladly scoop it up for at least a hundred million dollars and expedite this whole process.

      1. Prime example: Exicure.

        Funded by AbbVie in 2019 with the single-highest funding amount in the history of hair loss with a staggering 25 million dollars.

        Failed miserably this year and gave up all R&D.

        Do you still feel a lot better now?

        1. That makes me feel awful and more confused by your optimism.

          Bottom line: I’m cheering for it. And I hope you are right.

  3. Well I hope i brings something out…
    I had a result from my clinical exams today that confirms androgentic alopecia…oddly enough i have 100 follicular unit on the top of my head per square centimeter, which is above average, but most of those unit have 2 or 1 hair….at the back of my head i have only 82 units per square centimeters, but most of them have 3 or more hairs… I have a density of 198 hair per cm2 at the back of my head…and only 150 at the top, when 100 FU at the top of my head should have given me somethim between 250 and 300 hair per cm2…
    I am lucky the shaft of almost all of my existant hair is very thick, Luka an asian person…but it sux.. i used to have the most beautiful hair, dense, and with a thick diameter…
    It was really my pride as a kid… As a woman it sux even more

  4. I’m really liking how the landscape of hair loss industries are looking like right now. Gives us more of a reason to stay optimistic for what’s to come.

  5. I will never understand how companies with groundbreaking technology like Dr.Tsuji can’t get funding and companies with poor science behind them like Amplifica can get 12 million dollars.

      1. My opinion is that Dr.Tsuji technology is very robust and expensive to translate in clinics. Plikus technology will have limited growth and need to apply couple of times per year to have some visible results, so that is perfect business solution for venture firms. The amount of money that they got is pretty high.

  6. Hi Bryan where did you get this “Limited growth” part? Did you read the research paper at all? Why are you speculating results even before a drug has gone into clinical trial. Most treatments are that are on the pipeline are not cure even Tsujj /stemson is not a cure, we don’t even know how those hair will act when transplanted. Some comments here are hilarious,they have more faith in tech where they have to grow 100000 mini organs and transplant it over a treatment which hopefully could stimulate our own hair follicle stem cell.

    1. Sorry I’m not quite sure what you mean Franklin. I haven’t read anywhere about stimulating our own hair follicle via transplant. Stemson would effectively be a cure because they’re attempting to create new hair follicles (as many as needed) that will be robotically transplanted on the head. That essentially is a cure. SCUBE3 would “restart the factory” and stimulate the dormant hair follicles awake effectively being a cure. Fukuda are creating hair fibers in a matrix and Epibiotech are trying to mass multiply hair from the donor region. There are clearly attempts being made for an effective cure to be in place. Of course we don’t know how the hairs will act upon transplantation but that’s why there are clinical trials and if the results are as what is promised they will be implemented in clinics available for the public.

    2. @Franklin

      I am very glad that there are 20 companies/labs that are attacking hair loss from different angles and with different approaches. Something should work probably in future.

      From my perspective injections will have limited growth. Plikus mentioned on TV that SCUBE3 treatment probably will be done with injections on the scalp and repeat it couple of times every year. It will not be a treatment that will give you 60-70% increase of hairs and the effects of injections will last at least 5 years. I wish it was like that, but I am realistic.

    3. This forum is nuts sometimes.

      When I read „poor science“, „11 million is pocket money“, „not significant hair growth“…then I ask myself, are these people even able to read?

      I‘ve gone through the SCUBE3-paper, and while I am no expert, I understand the basics. The hair growth was not just statistically significant, it was something that was never seen before. By manipulating the pathway the hair gave the signals to the surrounding tissue to grow hair – in an absolutely wild manner and almost uncontrollably.

      The science is rocksolid and its foundation was build over 10 years of basic research including the development of mathematical/computational simulation-models; and Plikus is considered one of the best in his field (just like Terskikh from Stemson) and the other guys in the company have spent decades in the medtech/lifesciences field.

      The funding amount is easily enough to bring them to and probably even through the first trial.

      Of course, Amplifica can always fail, like every new medicine can! There’s many questions open. 90 % of all companies fail after (!) the first trial.

      1. I agree with your assessment. This is a growth and not just a maintenance possibility. Which also means that if it is successful, we should be able to see for ourselves fairly quickly……….which should attract more funding. It may turn out not be safe and it may not work in vivo but as possibilities go, this is at the top of my list.

  7. @Ben

    Every paper that came out from scientific journal claims same shits that they regrown whole mice with hairs. Only Phase I and II will tell us the truth.

    Dude, get back to big 3, if you have a enough money get a good hair transplant and move on. All these treatments are far away from practical use.

  8. Is there a way to definitively determine if you have AA and not AG? Or do you just have to try Jak inhibitors and see what happens?

    I’m not in denial of AG. I’ve come to realize my hair loss is completely diffuse, no pattern. And I was recently diagnosed with autoimmune issues that correlate with AA. But what test should I ask a derm for? The old dermatologists I saw were clueless and dismissed my concern but my auto immune issues have now been confirmed. What’s the test I need?

    1. I thought that most people with AA have had times where their hair grew back? But then they lost it again?

      Also, do you have any body hair that is suddenly gone?

      But I also wonder myself if part of my hair loss is due to inflammation and immune issues. I get crazy itching and flakes once in a while. Too bad that Aclaris stopped work on using JAKs for AGA.

      JAKs are a bit too much for me to try out just to see if part of my hair loss has any immune attack component.

      1. I don’t have other hairloss except for never developing facial hair. I’m 25. My dad has the same auto immune issues and lost his eyebrows and his leg and arm hair after being very hairy so it’s probably coming for me eventually. He also only grew facial hair after 40, so he had some kind of resurgence in that area. The problem is he never suspected AA and was never diagnosed. I have developed vitiligo over the last 2 years and it appears exactly in areas where I don’t have facial peach fuzz so I can confirm I have at least some auto immune related follicle distraction.

        I think it’s likely I have some AA even if it coincides with the AGA.

        I just wonder if there is a test to try to identify the real cause because I’ll need to come prepared to the appointment with the hair specialist in case he dismisses this as AGA. Is there a biopsy or something?

          1. Thanks for this. I’m about to go down the path of treating these issues and it makes sense to look into King. Since the guy specifically studies the connection between vitiligo and AA I’ll probably attempt to consult him alongside (or as a substitute) to the hair guy I will soon start with.
            If there’s anything interesting to report back I will certainly do so. I am not in denial that I’m probably sensitive to DHT like most guys. But I also know there’s a lot going on in my case and there may be other triggers and I really need someone who deals with these complexities… so I will keep you posted.

            1. King replied to me twice in the past, so if any issues, let me know and I can try for you too. Most likely, he has months long wait list.

      2. Hey,

        I recently attended a 4 day conference where a naturopathic physician and nutritional expert (who cured herself of MS) talked about inflammation as a direct link to AA and other types of alopecia.

        The naturopath (in Colorado) said when she was working on her own MS issues (she is 12 years symptom-freetom free) she said the following three things are primary causes of overall body inflammation and possible alopecia:

        1. Artificial flavors (especially added to drinks like water, coffee, and teas) are used in many foods.
        2. Artifical colors added to drinks to give them that vibrant hue) are also used in most consumables.
        3. Artificial sweeteners. You know the list. Some are hard to even pronounce.

        Additionally, she said there are highly toxic ingredients manufacturers have figured out how to disguise on labels. They do that with hair care products too.

        She said that our food contains many chemicals that alter the body’s vital biological functions and hormones. That causes inflammation which sets off a chain event, including hair loss.

        Also, many wheat, corn, and meat products are heavily loaded with pesticides and fertilizers, which is also linked to persistent and damaging, disease-triggering inflammation.

        Yikes.

        I also recently read that scientists are studying possible AA links to asthma. Interesting.

        Thanks for all the great information here.

        Best,
        Karen

        1. Thanks Karen, very interesting! Everyone who wants more info, please visit hairboutique.com for Karen’s site! She has been at this for even longer than myself.

  9. I read interview with Plikus. He said that probably Amplifica treatment will have to apply 2-3 times per year. Same like Botox.

    So, in my opinion another HairClone pointless treatment.

    Why some venture firm invested in Amplifica? Simply. Because you need to repeat the treatment couple of times during the year and that means a lot money for them.

    Shave it and move on, or start using big 3 and torturing yourself daily. That is the reality in next 10 years.

    1. If it fixes the problem, two to three times a year is welcomed by me. Heck, I would do it three times a week if needed. Yep. That desperate. It would be so nice to have my hair back. Never knew I would be this depressed about losing it.

      One thought is that once you get hair back, I would suspect the possibility that finasteride and minoxidil could help keep it back without as many visits per year.

    1. Interesting. I was planning to update my past post on bioprinting in a couple of weeks. Have something else more immediate planned first.

  10. I think that consumer capitalist society wants this kind of companies like Amplifica to apply it constantly years and years. Spend tons of money. That is.

    Bioprinting is far away for practical use. Too complex. Maybe decade or two.

    1. I really hope you are not one of those past banned guys who thinks nothing at all for two decades, but yet keeps visiting and commenting daily.

      If not, glad to have constructive feedback.

      1. I am just realistic.

        Nope, I am not the guy who is trolling here and share negative energy.

        On other hand I am the guy who send you couple of updates and news on your website.

        1. Thanks for the updates.

          If you think nothing at all possible for 20 yrs (or even 10 yrs), do you visit hair related sites regularly just to notify others?

          1. I am not saying that. Scientists are saying that. Even last interview from Stemson posted here confirm everything that I spoke previosly.

            Even Junji Fukuda says that he must optimize his technology using human stem cells (probably iPSCs) and that will take couple of more years till he can get into clinical trials. After that he must perfect his procedure, translate to other clinics and train other doctors to perform the procedure.

            It is very complex and expensive technology and still has a lot of limitations.

              1. Don’t give the time of day to these type of people. These are the guys that will just repeat the same thing post after post and contribute nothing useful. Let him live in his little bubble.

                1. Let me ask you something.

                  Where is Dr.Tsuji now? It went silent 1.5 year. Nothing

                  In Japan every year you have very big biotech summit where new biotech companies present their products in front of venture capital firms and gets money for advancing their products.

                  Do you really believe that nobody in Japan or worldwide doesn’t wanna invest 5 million dollars in Dr.Tsuji? There is something that we doesn’t know. From my perspective there is limitations in technology and it is very hard to translate in clinical use.

              2. Yes, they says things that investors and public wanna hear, but in the end how many products we have on the market till now? Zero

                What happened with Replicel, Tissuse, Aderans, Histogen and many more? They were all 5 years away.

                I am not negative person, neither wanna trolling here with negativity. Just being realistic.

                Junji Fukuda is dedicated worker, university professor, credible person. He also has a company (it is very easy to register company like 1000 dollars), but he hasn’t got any investments from big venture firm, doesn’t have structure behind him, workers who will work in his company 5 days a week, 8 hours, doing experiments, getting salaries monthly.

                Stemson, on other hand, is professional private company with more than 25 people working in it, with big investments from private venture companies, and they says that they are at least couple of years of starting pre-clinical trials, because they have a product, but not working perfectly well on pigs and need time to optimize it.

            1. WTF are you talking about dude, you’re delusional.

              Kageyama and Fukuda confirmed that trials will start in 2023.

              Can you please write them that they are wrong:
              fukuda@ynu.ac.jp

              I am sure they are very grateful for your precious input!

  11. So what if you have to get it done 2x to 3x a year. If it grows all your hair back or gives full coverage what’s the problem. It beats doing the big 3 every day and applying rogaine daily……I’ve been doing this for 20 years….I’ll do 2 to 3x treatment a year for thick hair growth and I’ll do it for life…..if something like this works and becomes available then it’s a cure!

    Some people on here really think a magic pill will grow your hair back with one dose and done lol….

      1. im sorry but if it is a procedure you have to do 2 or 3 times a year, if it wakes up all of your dormant follicles, for me it would be a dream and basically a cure…

    1. Agree with my old bro Mjones. Heck, even if a treatment only worked as well as min/fin and you only had to do it a few times a year as opposed to everyday, I’d be a buyer (as long as it wasn’t cost prohibitive).

    2. At least you could practice this procedure for the next 4 to 5 years until there is hopefully an even better solution on the market, you could also try with the Big 3 to keep the result for a while, for those 2 or 3 applications per year are too complex or expensive.

  12. These are groundbreaking technologies and science papers that were released this year and will contribute a lot in next years:

    https://www.nature.com/articles/s41586-022-04593-5
    https://www.nature.com/articles/s41586-022-04625-0

    New international collaboration aims to accelerate therapies for cancer and other diseases using precisely engineered cells from the patient’s own body.

    https://nrc.canada.ca/en/stories/harnessing-potential-customizable-stem-cells

    CiRO is part of Kyoto University and main science advisor is the scientist who invented iPSCs, Shinya Yamanaka.

    The science is there, the proof-of-a-concept is there, but it will require a lot of time, money and infrastructure to move on to clinical trials and end product.

    1. Those first papers are mainly from China and everybody in the industry says they are miles behind – which is proven by many failed attempts of treatment approvals.

      In fact, most scientific papers from China are not worth the paper they are written on: questionable methods, no transparent peer-review, scientists with bought titles but no scientific background, horrific R&D standards, political pressure, no scientific substance – in short: very little credibility.

      What’s your agenda, Bryan?

      1. @ Ben

        What are you talking about, dude? These scientific papers were published in Nature Journal, which is UK-based and one of the most credible science journal in the world. Plus, it was peer-reviewed from Western science advisors.

        Plus, it is public. Every lab can take the paper and procedure and try it on their own. If doesn’t work they will complain and Nature credibility will vanish.

  13. This is one of the biggest news since years, this news seems to whisper … cure;)
    In any case I think that in the next 2-3 years we will see huge advance in the hair loss industry, from nothing to too much.

    1. 100% Stemson, SCUBE3, Epibiotech, Han Bio, Fukuda, Kintor there’s many things to look forward to. If Stemson are able to conduct their human trials in 2024/2025 (especially outside the US) it’ll be amazing.

      1. HanBio is obscure to me. I wouldn‘t take them too serious.

        Stemson, it’s very hard to predict. Years until trials, I mean what are those 20 scientists doing for so many years? It could be a tactical move from Hamilton to lower expectations, or they had some setbacks with their allogenic approach and now completely shifted to autologous.

        If Yokohama is on track, then they will have the advantage of being the future industrial standard for hair transplants, same for Epibiotech. The pressure is on Stemson.

        Furtheron there might be a not so slim chance that future non-invasive treatments from Hope, Pelage, Olix, Amplifica, Kintor, Technoderma, Cutaneon etc. might work exceptionally well as a standalone-solution or synergistically – and hairtransplants might soon be a butchery of the past and as a technology completely backwards.

        If complete regrowth is achieved and I regrow all my hair from when I was 18, then there is no need for transplants anymore.

  14. Positive articles like these and positive comments is the only reason why i visit this website. It keeps me sane and motivated to make something out of my life.
    Dreaming that a cure(-ish) is on our way.

    Without that i would probably lose every will to workout or work on my career.

    1. I assume you are a young lad in your 20s?

      Don’t worry, the train is already in full motion, there will be several effective treatments available, and that’s not some distant utopia.

      The knowledge about hair biology is more or less complete and available to everybody, there’s many well funded companies, there’s different approaches, the market is gigantic – those are just some of the reasons why I firmly believe in solutions that are cures or at least close to cures.

      1. Well the specialist I saw a few weeks ago, top air specialist in this country here said “we don’t know much about hairloss.”

        1. The correlation between DHT and Androgenetic Alopecia, probably the single most attributing factor causing hair loss, has been known for decades.

          1. Yes…but it is not just that..proof is when women looses their hair blocking DHT is sometimes not enough and adding a pill to add estradiol works better. For women with hairloss ditching the birth control pill : hairloss returns 9 / 10. Even if you increase Spiro dosage.

        2. We know enough such that hair loss can usually be stopped if you take Dutasteride + Estrogen + Spironlocatne + possibly one other anti-androgen.

          We also know that castration always cures male pattern baldnes, so something is being generated in that part of the body that causes hair loss!

          1. Hi admin,
            I don’t think castration will cure hairloss, yes it might stop further balding but you still need some growth stimulants.

            1. I should have emphasized that I meant castration before puberty! After puberty, it will just stop further progression in those who are going bald early.

          2. If castration always cure mob, what about women loosing their hair ??? Women suffer androgenic alopecia as well, even those with low androgen levels…
            Can you imagine taking 3 different type of antiandrogens ? If you are a man how do you take estrogen ?

            1. Castration implying for men only. Male pattern hair loss. Ultimately, both men and women will often get significant hair thinning due to age.

              1. i am a female, i have hairloss due to androgen sensitivity.. that what AGA is even for women, even with low androgen levels….androgens are not just released by sexual organs, they also comes from adrenal glands… so castration even before puberty might not always work if women with low androgens by high sensitivity to it can suffer AGA.

                  1. And yet one women out of five suffer androgenic alopecia to some degree, even with no hormonal imbalance, and after menopause it’s one out of 3.

  15. I feel you man. I try to take it in stride, but hair loss is something that has weighed on me every day since I realized I was losing my hair.

    Best thing we can do is to do what we can with current treatments (if our bodies allow), check in from time to time on progress, and otherwise work on things in our control like career, dressing well, staying fit, and other life goals.

  16. @Ben

    What do you think about this new discovery by Chinese scientists couple of months ago?

    https://whatsnew2day.com/scientists-take-the-first-step-to-master-an-all-powerful-cell-type-from-the-beginning-of-life/

    Is this a scam as well?

    Just imagine you take adult stem cells chemically reprogram them into iPSCs (using small molecules who are cancer free and escape clinical limitations) and then reprogram them into human totipotent stem cells, so you can easily create whole human hair follicle from beginning. Totipotent stem cells are much more powerful than pluripotent stem cells, because they can grown whole human organ. That will be the perfect scenario, but this is still futuristic idea.

  17. Would those treatment works o my on dormant or also on dead follicles ? I mean what if you managed to stop your hairloss for 25 years thanx to l’inox or drugs, but did not get regrowth : would those treatments works on follicles that haven’t grown hair for 20 years or more ?

      1. I did not mean to ask about current treatment working on dead follicles, but about the ones that are being studied ? What about scube3 ? Would it work on dead follicles ?

        1. Yes I think so. If you look at the mechanism of action, it should activate growth also in long lost hair.

          But not 100 % certain.

      2. Examinations of long bald scalp skin show intact, miniaturized hair follicles. There is no diminution in follicle count until the 8th decade of life according to some of the early research by Dr Norman Orentreich, a hair transplant pioneer. We shouldn’t necessarily count out the stimulus of these follicles by drugs or other means. (developments in laser therapy, etc.).

        1. Yes, but the arrector pili muscle and progenitor cells “die” if I recall correctly. Still, reassuring that the actual follicles are still kicking.

          1. According to the video you posted where the scientists discuss the arrector pili muscle, that seems to be the case. Thanks for posting that. I’m 70 and have followed this research since the ’70s. This arrector pili matter may be why we’ve gone so long without any apparent progress. It could be that lots of drugs are affecting the hair cycle as intended, but it’s not obvious, or meaningful, due to the damaged pili muscle. Not a cherry thought.

            1. Exactly, though the fact that so many MTF trans people get back hair they lost over a decade ago is encouraging.

              So you still want hair at 70 right? I think that I will want my hair till the day I die.

              1. Oh yeah Admin, I’ve always been neurotic about hair lol, obsessively so. It’s stupid to be this vain but it’s a common human affliction as we know. I still have some hair and use finasteride and minoxidil and dermaroll. The vanity doesn’t go away.

                1. Cheers to you John, nice to see you still fighting the battle. I’ll be 60 in about a month, totally agree with you. However, I do feel that hair loss is less traumatic than it was in our 20’s or so. Nevertheless, we will still want our hair until our last breath. My dad had his hairpiece on when he took his.

                2. Strangely, I do not mind a few wrinkles, some fat, and 70 percent of original function in all organs at age 70. But hair is hair.

          2. What would that mean for a treatment like Scube3 ? would it work on follicles that haven’t produced hair for 20 years ? I have bald spot but i have follicles that haven’t produced hair for 20 years….

  18. Bryan is the only sensible rational minded person on here. Stemsons therapeutics is 100% coming out in the mid 2030s. I have a 3% hope in Junji Fukuda starting human trials next year for hair cloning or ever! Han bio will be another histogene and epibiotech is working on a topical and kintor is working on a pill we all know serum’s injectables and pills are too weak to show major improvement.

    1. Oh man, in your one single comment there is misinformation in pretty much every sentence…
      No Kintor is not developing a pill where on earth did you get that from? No Epibiotech is also not working on a topical either (at least the primary DP cell treatment they work on isn’t)
      Also where did you get the info from that injectables & pill are too weak?! The best results with the treatments we currently have available were documented using the oral variants of them. Same goes with injectable the showed massive potential in the study data available so far.

      1. @ arves Not true best documented evidence of hair growth was all done by hair cloning. Not including the pill to reverse autoimmune hair loss. So your wrong man

    2. Trolls like you and chinese undercover-agent Bryan should be banned from this forum.

      You contribute nothing and only spread bad vibes.

    3. Yea Marc Stemson wouldn’t get funding from venture firms for something that would take 10+ years and your information on Epibiotech and Kintor is incorrect. I don’t believe you should comment anymore on this forum, your information and delusion is unfortunately not required here. God bless.

      1. Wth you guys,
        Trolls or whoever should definitely speak up here. They help us test our convictions and our optimism.
        I stopped taking finasteride years and years ago because this website was filled with conviction and optimism that a cure would be here by 2020. I regret that decision every f-ing day of my life now. We don’t know if we are near a cure or a better solution and my bet is that it will likely come from some other company than these small start-ups that have to fundraise for their studies.

        1. Your first comment is in April 2022. What made you suddenly start commenting after all these years of reading? The website clearly has 1000s of negative pessimistic comments too, and I myself said many times I take Dutasteride. And used to take Finasteride.

          I also clearly say that it is my guess and I am no medical expert whatsoever. And the website About Us page (read it) states that you need to check many other opinions before deciding on any treatment. Selective omission of the various warnings, disclaimers and pessimistic comments?

          Out of the dozens of companies that might have tried curing hair loss in the last few decades, no company has succeeded so far.

          1. I don’t recall reading comments until the last couple of years, and I did not waste a lot of time doing so until this year. And no, I did not read your about us page. I know your not a doctor. I’m responsible for the position I am currently in and I need to be more careful of buying into the click-bait that has helped get me into the position I am in.

      2. Yoyo I’m sorry but your age is obvious to anyone who’s been through this for many decades. I know your a med student but you are extremely young and naïve and I’m absolutely correct about about stemsons time line and epibiotech is working on a serum just like replicel and kintor is just working on a pill . I know the truth hurts don’t it ! Let’s make wager yoyo for bragging rights come back here in 2027 and let’s see where these start ups will be . I have nothing to lose I’m only a norwood 2 but your dating life will disappear right before your eyes waiting for something that is to good to be true.

          1. I’m sorry yoyo I didn’t mean to come off like that. Its just that your optimisms are not yet jaded , by the realities let’s just pray and hope in the 2030s hair cloning comes out . and plus all this hair loss talk is pure vanity and we just want to be noticed by the opposite sex, knowing that hair loss is detrimental to one’s self-esteem . and appearance its already hard enough to get a date , but with balding its even harder.

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