Sorry that I write you all the time. Have you read the news about the man who regrew his whole finger tip using a drug called ACell which vets use on pets. Why couldn’t this be used on humans to regrow our original DHT resistant donor supply after it is transplanted. My request might be a little far fetched but I believe someone is willing to be your guinea pig for an experiment like this. Thanks for everything you do.
I did a Google search on the subject and found this article from the Associated Press and posted to FOX News last year —Scientists Regrow Human Fingers. However, I don’t know any more than you do by reading such an article. There is no breakthrough that I can surround from the medical releases. Everything is experimental. The photos in that article showed the pulp of the finger on the palm side is what regrew. This is not a regrown finger like the examples that they gave on salamanders that grew limbs.
Like you, I read this material with great anticipation that someday we will see such breakthroughs available to us all, but I couldn’t say when that might happen. Note that the focus is not on hair, but rather on body parts and spinal injuries. That will become the first and second application that will be approved… not hair.