I have in the past gone to HRC and lost my hair on the entire crown of my head due to the gluing of the hair pieces on my scalp. I also had a consultation with Bosley who informed me that I am not a candidate for transplantation as there isn’t enough donor hair. When cloning happens, I would really wish to have it happen for me. Is there hope for my hair loss?
Getting a second opinion is always a good idea as I offer this as a service, but I would need to see you to make such an evaluation worthwhile. You’re not far from my LA office. Many women have this problem with sufficient donor hair, but that can be determined upon examination of the scalp.
Advancements in scientific technology are happening every day. Stem cell research, cloning and more recently advances in hair multiplication will become alternatives to traditional hair transplants in the future. Just how soon that future is, I can’t say. It is an exciting time science-wise, but the enormous amount of data and its implications are still not fully understood.
There is every reason to hope that there will be something in the field of hair loss regarding cloning in the future if the traditional second opinion backs up your first consultation. We are far from the finish line and it will take time and a great deal of patience.