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Itís a failure (Hair Multiplication & Stem Cells Treatment)

posted by jarjarbinx, 02.05.2012, 23:33

Ľ 3.2% - 4.3% growth increase - thatís nothing.
Ľ As far as I remember they had been targeting for moderate 20% . So they
Ľ must be bitterly disappointed. Obviously they canít tell this in their
Ľ resume because it would mean suicide for the company.
Ľ I almost guarantee that they wonít proceed with second phase because I
Ľ canít see anyone putting a penny in 3.2 % growth. Plus, even if they do
Ľ that, subsequent stages of desperate development gonna drag forever until
Ľ they squeeze out that familiar excuse Ė due to lack of fundsÖ
Ľ Basically itís another intercytex story unravelling in front of our eyes.
Ľ You canít go from 3.2 % to 50% - 60% numbers, thatís what required in
Ľ order to be approved by fda.


It is definitely a failure at the dose they used but since they are suggesting they intend to use higher doses for future studies that could be a game-changer. Let me tell you something here: It takes like 800 mgs of amoxicillin 3 times per day to treat an absessed tooth and if instead you take 400 mgs of amoxicillin 2 times per day not only will you not cure your absessed tooth but you might actually even make it worse because you will kill off the weaker copies of the bacteria while leaving only the stronger copies of the bacteria to replicate. Argh!!! That would be very dissapointing too just like these hair results but if you simply increased the dose to 800 mgs and used it 3 times per day instead of two times per day that would be a game-changer...it would make a world of difference.

I work at a major hospital. I know about this type of stuff. In medicine you HAVE to use enough medicine or else you get inferior results. That might be the problem with these results. It is possible. We need to wait to see if higher doses produce better results.




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