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Hair Multiplication or sometimes referred to as hair cloning is the most anticipated research in hair restoration nowadays. The idea is for donor cells to be extracted from our existing hair follicles in a minimally invasive manner. The hair cells are then multiplied in a lab. Once enough hair cells are multiplied, they are then injected back into the patient's balding areas to stimulate hair growth. It is a kind of cell based hair therapy that many believe will be the cure for hair loss one day.

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Exosomes is the next generation in minimally invasive cell based hair therapy since Platelet Rich Plasma. Exosomes is currently regarded by some as the latest in cell based hair restoration technologies that may promote healthy hair growth. Click Exosomes hair therapy for details to see if you are a good candidate for this treatment and what kind of results to expect.

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List of companies currently researching for a cell based hair loss treatment. Which one are you betting on?

Stemson Therapeutics - Human iPluripotent stem cells iPSC

Dr. Kageyama et al, Yokohama University - Bead Based Hair Follicle Germ (bbHFG), a scalable method to multiple hair follicles efficiently. Trial expected to begin in year 2023.

Histogen - Hair Stimulating Complex HSC) involving growth factors including KGF, VEGF, and follistatin, which are involved in signaling stem cells in the body.

Follica - proprietary device to disrupt the skin in order to create new follicles.

Replicel - autologous cell therapy utilizing dermal sheath cup (DSC) cells isolated from the hair follicle to treat androgenetic alopecia.

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