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  1. HCAS

    Scarless Healing

    A paper on SkinTE has been published in the International Wound Journal. See link here. Interesting and positive; but need to keep in mind that the Lead Author (M Granick) is on Polarity TE's Board of Clinical Advisors.
  2. HCAS

    Scarless Healing

    And I'm saying that you may be proven correct in the future. But from a purely factual point of view, we do not know (now) whether the product is a failure or not. Pictures are subjective. (Some people here thought the healing was amazing!). Ausome's infection could have been caused by a number of things. And we do know the Business hasn't been dissolved yet. In fact, after the initial collapse, share prices have crept back up. So taking an evidence-based view, you are just 'guessing' at t
  3. HCAS

    Scarless Healing

    Therein lies the misconception about the Citron report. There is no suggestion or evidence (yet!) that Polarity lied about the efficacy or capability of their product. Even Citron made it clear in the 2nd paragraph of their report that ..."Citron will not discuss the science behind Polaity TE because it's irrelevant." The issue that Citron raised is that Polarity TE failed to notify the markets that they had received final rejection of their patent application. It's not even that Polarity
  4. HCAS

    Scarless Healing

    Another article on SkinTE here. Denver Lough definitely has a way with words! (Although it does come off a bit OTT at times.) I remember there was a poster who was trying but having no luck making contact with surgeons. Can't remember who it was? Might be worth making contact with Dr Granick (mentioned in the article). I'm UK based, so pointless me doing it.
  5. HCAS

    Scarless Healing

    The presentation with full audio can be found here (short registration required): http://wsw.com/webcast/jeff113/register.aspx?conf=jeff113&page=cool&url=http://wsw.com/webcast/jeff113/cool/index.aspx
  6. HCAS

    Scarless Healing

    What is remarkable is that the photo is of a child with black skin, which has a greater propensity for scarring. If indeed this works on black skin, then it's a game changer indeed!! (I'm black with keloid scars from surgery and absolutely nothing has worked for me!)
  7. Does anybody know if SkinTE is being used/tested for keloif scars?
  8. HCAS

    Scarless Healing

    Hi Tano, To reiterate what somebody has already suggested; key questiom of interest for this group is .... when do Polarity TE envisage moving into the scar revision market? (Their current focus is clearly the burns market.)
  9. HCAS

    Scarless Healing

    What is the name of this famous Scientist? That statement (in in fact any Scientist made it, which I doubt) is not supported by the evidence. The fact is that there 118 Clinical Trials ongoing (right now) to test potential solutions for scarring. Check out this link for proof: https://clinicaltrials.gov/search/open/condition="Cicatrix" Not all of these will succeed...but not all will fail either. (A solution will be here before 2030!)
  10. HCAS

    Scarless Healing

    Very impressed at the way that Canada is leading the way with finding scar treatment remedies. Another Canadian Start-up (ScarX) has initiated Phase 1 trial of a topical prescription cream to treat and prevent scarring. If you live near Alberta, you can participate in the Trial by registering at: http://www.scartrial.info/
  11. HCAS

    Scarless Healing

    Thanks for the update MJ. Sounds exciting indeed. I am still surprised BirchBiomed have not made a big deal about starting Phase 2 trials. I would have expected a press release announcing start of recruitment and another stating start of the trial. They were hoping to get it licensed as a medical device...which would have reduced the clinical trial requirements. I guess that hasn't happened.
  12. HCAS

    Scarless Healing

    Hi MJG, As you have a sort of rapport going with BirchBiomed, can you ask them if this is a Phase II Trial that they are running? Their website is full of references to completion of a Phase I trial in 2016; but says nothing about what's happening next. This might be a way of finding out?
  13. HCAS

    Scarless Healing

    Hi all, Has anybody (esp. people in Canada) heard about the FS2 antiscarring topical cream that is being developed by researchers at the University of British Columbia (and which recently completed Phase 1 Clinical Trials. I have watched a few of their presentations and it seems promising.
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