Hello, I am a black female with a terminal illness and looking for answers/solutions to hair loss problems when i stumbled upon your site. Interesting. I read from you that it was unhealthy, unsafe and unethical to some to do transplants (unfamiliar with transplants) from animals, but what about transplants from healthy human cadavers (donors of course), or even healthy living humans.
Cadaver hair (or from living humans) would require drugs to prevent rejection, just like heart and kidney transplants. So although it would work, it is too dangerous due to the drugs required. Some anti-rejection drugs can increase the risk of infections, heart disease, and cancer.