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treating hairloss from fat cells (Hair Multiplication & Stem Cells Treatment)

posted by cal, 30.09.2016, 06:15

The JAK drugs can give impressive results in Alopecia Areata patients. The only reason we have been giving JAK's the time of day is because current HM researchers have been acting like they know something about it working for MPB. It's an unsettled issue as of 2016.

I remember there used to be talk about severe immune suppression via Cyclosporine causing hair regrowth. For a time during the 2000's it almost seemed like an urban legend in the MPB community. People were familiar with the idea but I never saw a citation of a real case. At least nothing with MAJOR regrowth worthy of the legends.

Cyclosporine is used to prevent rejection of transplanted organs. It's not something to mess around with carelessly.

A bit of evidence emerged a few years later (early 20-teens?) about a boost in the immune system actually helping hair a bit too.

This is another one of those confusing issues that might be worthy of more research (or it might not). Both immune suppression AND immune boosting have shown slight hair gains.

The Cyclosporine idea was given a boost by the mouse results that Roger & I were just discussing above. The lab mice's immune systems are radically suppressed just to prevent rejection of transplanted human skin. The MPB community speculated that the lack of immune system in the mice may have been related to the human MPB'd follicles reviving. Not necessarily the sole reason but it could have been a component.

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