Tsuji is getting close!

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Tsuji is getting close!

Post by nameless » 4 months ago

The more I read about Tsuji the more sure I am that he will bring an amazing breakthrough to the hair loss market sooner than any other research group. We are now into 2019 and we have 3 groups working on plausible cures for hair loss - Tsuji, Jahoda and Christiano, and HairClone. I think Tsuji will be the first to cross the finish line and I think they will bring a product to market in Asia sometime in 2020. So I think a cure for hair loss will hit the market in Asia sometime next year. This disaster is finally almost over. And because Tsuji is getting so close all of the groups working on other potential cures are under pressure to get their treatments to market as well. I don't think any true breakthroughs will come to market before Tsuji but that's just my opinion.
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Tsuji is the most "permanent" solution for hairloss. Histogen is definitely a second, but I hope will come through, although it's not as strong as Tsuji. It's a temporary solution as opposed to a permanent one.

There trying to make it a "cure all" product though. They were shooting for FDA clearance for
female androgen andropecia, in the United States.

Even if Histogen is a temporary solution (two to five years), just imagine how much successful
they would have been for androgen alopecia in males.

The problem is, the majority of women don't hit androgen alopecia until much later in life, and
it's not that advanced.

If they would have went for FDA approval, for male androgen alopecia (their test on Japanese
males was very good), they would have a huge market share in the United States.

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Could Admin possibly get an interview with Team Tsuji?

It would be nice to get an update from Tsuji and HairClone if Admin could arrange for us to submit questions that the two teams could answer.

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Re: Tsuji is getting close!

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nameless wrote:
4 months ago
Could Admin possibly get an interview with Team Tsuji?

It would be nice to get an update from Tsuji and HairClone if Admin could arrange for us to submit questions that the two teams could answer.
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This isn't HairLossTalk

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Yet another post by you wherein you act as if you've posted something enlightened and fools for it.

Does the fact that IOHL is not HairLossTalk stop Admin from introducing himself to Team Tsuji and asking Team Tsuji if they'll answer some questions from us?

Actually I think it's a good idea because if HairLossTalk asks them to answer some questions at this time Team Tsuji might think it's too soon since they recently answered some questions for HairLossTalk. Team Tsuji might be more inclined to answer questions for a group that they haven't answered questions for in the recent past. Now if IOHL admin doesn't want to be bothered with reaching out to Team Tsuji that's a different story. Or maybe IOHL is too small-time to try something like that.

And the only reason you don't care about Tsuji is that you know you won't be able to afford it.
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rclark wrote:
4 months ago
Tsuji is the most "permanent" solution for hairloss. Histogen is definitely a second, but I hope will come through, although it's not as strong as Tsuji. It's a temporary solution as opposed to a permanent one.

There trying to make it a "cure all" product though. They were shooting for FDA clearance for
female androgen andropecia, in the United States.

Even if Histogen is a temporary solution (two to five years), just imagine how much successful
they would have been for androgen alopecia in males.

The problem is, the majority of women don't hit androgen alopecia until much later in life, and
it's not that advanced.

If they would have went for FDA approval, for male androgen alopecia (their test on Japanese
males was very good), they would have a huge market share in the United States.
Tsuji's promise isn't so much permanence as it is its' thoroughness. It promises to give you whatever volume you want up to and including a true full head of hair. It will cost you some cash but it could really give you the total fullness and length that you want.

But I would take a temporary solution that would give me a full head of hair for 2 - 5 years as long as it kept working perfectly every time I used it every couple of years. I would hate to get my hair back and then lose it again in a few years. But I can't just "imagine" what Histogen's results would be for men. I'm not as high on Histogen as you are. Their results in men so far have been kind of weak. I do think it might help protect hair or make it thicker once you've recovered your hair from a treatment like Tsuji's.

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Post by rclark » 4 months ago

Tsuji definitely has cloning going for it, and cloning hair versus transplanting
from a part other than the scalp will be natural looking.

My hair line on my neck isn't as far down as it used to be, compared to my
thirties.

That said, my back and sides have much better density than my vertex and
hair line.

Sometimes I wonder if the hair line and vertex are just the first to "go", from
DHT.

The tests in Japan for Histogen did very well, for men in the forties and fifties age group.
It wasn't a huge density improvement, but it was definitely a visible improvement.

That said, I don't know how the Histogen results were in Mexico. And they are going to have
a hard time marketing against quicker fixes, such as a hair transplant.

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rclark wrote:
4 months ago
Tsuji definitely has cloning going for it, and cloning hair versus transplanting
from a part other than the scalp will be natural looking.

My hair line on my neck isn't as far down as it used to be, compared to my
thirties.

That said, my back and sides have much better density than my vertex and
hair line.

Sometimes I wonder if the hair line and vertex are just the first to "go", from
DHT.

The tests in Japan for Histogen did very well, for men in the forties and fifties age group.
It wasn't a huge density improvement, but it was definitely a visible improvement.

That said, I don't know how the Histogen results were in Mexico. And they are going to have
a hard time marketing against quicker fixes, such as a hair transplant.
1) I did not see the study results of Histogen conducted in Japan. Can you provide a link to those results, please?

2) If Tsuji's treatment is the first to commercialize breakthrough results will you go to Asia to get Tsuji's treatment? Can you afford it? If Tsuji's treatment is the first to come to market, and if it's the breakthrough I'm looking for, I will get it as soon as it comes to market.

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nameless wrote:
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1) I did not see the study results of Histogen conducted in Japan. Can you provide a link to those results, please?

2) If Tsuji's treatment is the first to commercialize breakthrough results will you go to Asia to get Tsuji's treatment? Can you afford it? If Tsuji's treatment is the first to come to market, and if it's the breakthrough I'm looking for, I will get it as soon as it comes to market.
The Histogen study was from a paper in India, an older article. They do daily articles, so it's probably not there any more. It was about the
Japan study. What I am referring to also are the pages about it posted on HairLossTalk.
There was a 10% - 15% gain, which they published on hairlosstalk, which might not seem much, but the men where in their mid forties, and I believe (memory here, but you might want to check because the results were there, unless they archived them), they were in their fifties as well. That was
Gail's selling point, and she has articles about it on their website.

I really don't go on hairlosstalk any more. I find the place to be a giant infomercial.

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Rudiger wrote:
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Hairlosstalk 2019

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It's definitely going down hill.

There are company representatives that have a lot "technical knowledge" about their product,
and blog about it there. They never admit who they work for, so it is kind of dishonest advertising.


If someone would say, I work for this company or at least admit it on their profile, that would be one thing.

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Post by Murkey Thumb » 2 months ago

I think Histogen is a big scam, the hair loss cure is just a way of attracting money so they can actually spend that money on their skin creams . Tsuji is the real thing but even if it is perfected in the next couple of years i still think it is another 10 years before it will be affordable for the vast majority of us.

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Tsuji "hmm I'll give this Belgian little site a chance, maybe I'll have a look it first..." :thinking:

*Logs on to see That Guy's Jew posts* :o
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Rudiger wrote:
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Tsuji "hmm I'll give this Belgian little site a chance, maybe I'll have a look it first..." :thinking:

*Logs on to see That Guy's Jew posts* :o
Japanese are actually pretty J-woke and based in general, soooo

http://global100.adl.org/#country/japan/2014

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That Guy wrote:
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Japanese are actually pretty J-woke and based in general, soooo

http://global100.adl.org/#country/japan/2014
Is it true that the Japanese don't allow any non natives to become permanent residents? I'm too lazy to Google.
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