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I only saw 1 dose. (Hair Multiplication & Stem Cells Treatment)

posted by roger_that, MARYLAND, 06.08.2016, 19:44

One thing that's curious and a bit disturbing is that 37% of patients in the CONTROL group (who were not given the proper cell injections, but presumably some kind of placebo or vehicle instead), experienced hair growth.

Also, I think the very small study size here, and their use of percentages kind of masks some statistical problems.

Like, when we talk about 63% of 16 trialists, we're really talking about 10 of 16.

10 of 16 results positive for hair growth sounds good, but when you factor in the fact that 37% of control patients got hair growth (that would be about 6 out of 16), it doesn't sound so impressive. (I'm using the number 16 for the control group because they may have trimmed the control group back when people were disqualified from the "verum" group -- if not, it's still a percentage so the two results are comparable.)

So we have something like this --

10 of 16 got hair growth in the trial group

6 of 16 got hair growth in the control group

I see what James is saying about the possibility for compoundable results, etc. but the above doesn't sound too good.

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