Category Archives: Scientific studies

Learn how 3D Printing can Help Combat Baldness

A recent study shows interesting developments in the battle to combat pattern hair loss in both men and women. The study, conducted by a research team led by Angela Christiano, PhD, the Richard & Mildred Rhodebeck Professor of Dermatology at Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons, showed a way to grow human hair…
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Mechanism of Shock Loss after Hair Transplant

New Research in Study of Shock Loss A new study from the Department of Dermatology at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine demonstrates that one of the inflammatory pathways present in the healing process could be responsible for what we know as shock loss after hair transplantation. Shock loss is when a patient experiences hair loss…
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New Development in the Scientific Understanding of Hair Loss

The new study published in the Science Translational Medicine Journal has shown there is an association of prostaglandin pathways in hair growth.  The study was done at the University of Pennsylvania and was published in March 2012 by Catseralis et. al. which reveals a new pathway for balding.  This has the potential to be a…
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Hair Stem Cells 2012 – Multi-layered Environment for Hair Growth

Hair stem cell research is one of the most promising areas for hair restoration in the future.  Currently there are many advanced techniques for hair transplantation; however a long journey remains in order to provide hair loss sufferers with an unlimited source of hair, and stem cells might be an answer to this need.  In…
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