Does stem cell treatment cure baldness?


Answers:    No,

in fact the Melph used pre-sct will make you completely bald.

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More than half of men are affected by male pattern baldness by age 50, and baldness treatments are estimated to be a US $1 billion per year industry.[1] Since the 1980s, drug therapy has increasingly become a realistic management option for baldness for men and women. Increased understanding of the role of dihydrotestosterone (DHT) in male and female pattern baldness has led to targeted intervention to prevent this hormone from acting on receptors in the scalp. Coupled with chance discoveries and the ever-present lure of a breakthrough involving stem cells and hair multiplication, scientifically proven baldness treatments continue to be an area of research that receives a large amount of funding.
No! Some women though like bald guys, some think its sexy.
potentially yes. There are a number of companies pursuing this line of treatment, intercytex and aderans. One day it may be possible to eliminate baldness through hair multiplication.
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Right now, it is estimated that 40% of all Americans will get some form of cancer in their lifetimes. Don't get alarmed yet, though.

In a study of hundreds of people over a 20+ year period, it was found that EVERYONE in the study with hypothyroidism got cancer within 8 to 20 years of the diagnosis of hypothyroidism, while NONE of the people with normal thyroid activity and hyperthyroidism developed cancer during the study period.That is VERY SIGNIFICANT, and can predict your chances of getting cancer. So, if you have low thyroid activity, you need to take a thyroid supplement.

Symptoms of Hypothyroidism--

Fatigue
Weakness
Weight gain or increased difficulty losing weight
Coarse, dry hair
Dry, rough pale skin
Hair loss
Cold intolerance (can't tolerate the cold like those around you)
Muscle cramps and frequent muscle aches
Constipation
Depression
Irritability
Memory loss
Abnormal menstrual cycles
Decreased libido


The most common cause of thyroid gland failure is called autoimmune thyroiditis, a form of thyroid inflammation caused by the patient's own immune system.

Among other stressors, the mercury, nickel and cadmium in our dental work decreases thyroid function.
Source(s):
"The End of Cancer", Page 60, Dubois and Lubecki, ISBN 1887314075, and

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