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  1. "the company is looking ahead to submitting for regulatory approval in the fall, which would be followed by human trials early next year. On that timeline, a product could be out by the middle of 2016."
  2. Look up Bulgarian Derm's old posts: A) Stimulate the adult bone marrow to produce more stem cells. B) Have the bone marrow release these stem cells into the blood. C) Extract blood that contains an abnormally high amount of stem cells (due steps (A) and (B)). D) Inject into scar tissue. E 1) Utilize TGF b-3 to regulate stem cells, fibroblasts, etc during healing. GF ratio balance: (TGF b-3 >>> TGF b-1 & TGF b-2) E 2) Utilize IL-10 to regulate healing. IL ratio
  3. Your facts are wrong with regards to the hypertrophic scar. In the paper the hypertrophic scar completely cleared up, there was no trace of any ceasarian scar. it said the caesarian hypertrophic scar cleared up in 3 to 4month, (there was no trace of the scar) and after this time the keloid was still resolving, but improving. BTW I've just ordered captopril, I'm planning on making a solution. I'm just worried that I might not have been given captopril. I fear the website I bought it off may be
  4. If Dr. Khan absolutely refuses to provide a full refund, let him know, politely, that you are disappointed in his decision and that you will have to update your thread / blog on acne.org, which currently has almost 22,000 views, on the outcome.
  5. To "discuss" your case? :think: Hm. Well, if you don't hear anything on Monday or when they give you some strange reason they won't give you a full refund on Monday, don't hesitate to be firm with them. I know you don't want things to get ugly but they don't have to, even when you're firm. Keep us updated, ok? What they are doing right now is thinking of the best way to get out of paying you your money. At best they will probably say that they will give a partial refund as they have to
  6. To "discuss" your case? :think: Hm. Well, if you don't hear anything on Monday or when they give you some strange reason they won't give you a full refund on Monday, don't hesitate to be firm with them. I know you don't want things to get ugly but they don't have to, even when you're firm. Keep us updated, ok? What they are doing right now is thinking of the best way to get out of paying you your money. At best they will probably say that they will give a partial refund as they have to
  7. What board of directors? He means his wife. Don't let him pull the wool over your eyes again!
  8. Lapis lazuli, Appreciate all the time and effort you've put into this. I believe we discussed Oasis on this thread a while back and the conclusion was that it is inferior to ACell. Oasis were the ones who prevented ACell from releasing their product for years due to litigation.
  9. Here's a doc in Florida using stem cells and PRP in facelifts: http://www.earthtimes.org/articles/show/ft...r,1331607.shtml Perhaps he would be open to applying this to treating scars.
  10. Kiwi physician on the verge of discovering a way to prompt cells to regenerate at the site of a patient's injury: http://www.stuff.co.nz/dominion-post/natio...-grow-new-limbs Humans may one day be able to regrow organs and limbs, a Kiwi working on breakthrough research says. Vishal Bhasin, a former Wellingtonian, has spent the past six years in Sydney researching tissue regeneration – which he says may soon enable humans to regrow parts of their body in the same way some amphibians do. I
  11. Doctor uses stem cells to fill cancer scars http://abclocal.go.com/kabc/story?section=...&id=7270440
  12. Hi BRD, I sent you an email several weeks back but I'm not sure if you received it. All the best this holiday season. FT
  13. http://acell.com/pandr_surgery.html Click on the data sheets on the left
  14. Acell uploaded more regeneration photos to their site.
  15. v_singh, As I understand it, the reason acell may not 100% regenerate skin tissue is if a) the powder was denatured in some way and / or b) the wound was not properly cared for during treatment. If either scenario happens to prove true, the opportunity to regenerate tissue where scarring exists is not lost. Acell can be tried numerous times should the tissue not regenerate properly. Why don’t you test Acell on one relatively small scar on an inconspicuous part of your body, if it would giv
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