Coalition Hair Restoration Surgeon Dr. William Rassman Beginning ACell and Hair Duplication (Formerly Known as Autocloning) Trials at his Los Angeles Office
Late last week, hair transplant pioneer and Coalition hair restoration physician Dr. William Rassman announced that he is beginning ACell Matristem hair duplication (formerly known as “autocloning”) trials at his Los Angeles office.
As explained by Coalition surgeon Dr. Jerry Cooley at the 2010 ISHRS (International Socieity of Hair Restoration Surgery) conference, ACell Matristem is a a new, non-invasive therapy that stimulates and amplifies that body’s own healing processes. Although it possesses many medical applications, the one that most excites hair loss sufferers is it’s ability to “auto-clone” plucked hair follicles, or grow an entirely functional hair follicle from only a portion of an extracted unit. To see highlights from the 2010 ISHRS Meeting, visit “Highlights of the 2010 ISHRS Scientific Meeting in Boston, MA”. Also, view Dr. Cooley’s presentation on ACell Matristem and Hair Duplication (formerly known as AutoCloning).
Although Dr. Rassman explains that the issue still requires further research, he is looking for volunteers to participate in the ACell study. If you’re interested in participating, please feel free to contact Dr. Rassman’s clinic. To read about the hair duplicatin trial, click here (for the original announcement) and here (for an update from Dr. Rassman).
Blake – aka Future_HT_Doc
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