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Kyocera Hair Multiplication Project (Hair Multiplication & Stem Cells Treatment)

posted by James Bond, 22.07.2016, 12:50

I think it's a good marriage between two companies. Organ Technologies will handle the stem cell science, and Kyocera will mechanize the process. Kyocera has enough funds to make a legitimate run, which makes this a very interesting development

On another note, Shiseido has been cleared for human testing and is targeting a treatment as early as 2018 for the cost of $1000 per session. I suspect 2020 is more realistic for when you and I could get the treatment. The results will vary greatly. But since the treatment will be affordable to many, lots of data will be provided to Replicel for further refinement of the process.

Because of the regulatory climate in Japan, hair multiplication will most likely originate there. I expect mixed results initially. But getting a treatment on the market will result in a bit of a gold rush to refine the treatment into a legitimate cure. Hair multiplication could very well be birthed in this manner, which would push a huge amount of money and research effort into the field as the process gets refined into a cure-all over the next ten years.

In the meantime, some would get there hair back through multiple treatments, some would see modest improvement, and some would continue to wait for further refinement of the process.

We are in the "second stage" of the maturity of hair multiplication science. It's certainly possible this "second stage" investment could not pan out and send us back to the drawing board waiting for the evolution of the "third stage."

However, Hair multiplication science has reached a stage of maturity where companies will continue to invest to figure it out, as the potential for getting it right is in the $billions. Personally, I feel pretty good about the second stage being able to at least put a treatment out there. I mean, people pay for laser combs and PHP.

It doesn't take a whole lot to market an inconsistent and iffy treatment. It just needs to work a little bit on some people. HM already achieves this goal and is fully marketable in its present form. The fact that some people are good responders only adds to the marketability of the product. The bonus is, once people begin to pay for it, we will most likely see rapid improvement in the efficacy of the product.

A major hurdle that prevented this scenario from playing out in the past was the potential cost of the treatment. At $5000 per session, an inconsistent treatment doesn't pencil out. But at $1000 per treatment, it's not such a big deal for people to test their response rate and move forward accordingly.




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