Histogen, a regenerative medicine company launched in 2007, has announced an encouraging follow-up to their pilot study from last year.
And it is good. Trialists were given only one application of Histogen’s Hair Stimulating Complex (HSC), and in some cases gained 73% more hair in the application area.
HSC seems to be a relabeled version of their ReGenica product line, and is essentially a soup of fibroblast cell secretions– the same growth factor-rich cells that produce the extracellular matrix (ECM) components used by companies like ACell. Histogen claims a “proprietary bioreactor” that coaxes cells into embryonic states …
Podcast trio Masterclash talk balding with and without dignity.
Hair transplant surgeon Dr. Robert Jones has provided an introductory video for those curious about PRP procedures.
US-based Men’s Health Magazine has a very thorough overview-piece on the current state of hair loss treatments.
George Cotsarelis of Follica predicts product launch as another Five Years Away, with trials in two to three.