[VIDEO] How Stem Cells Can Be Used to Reverse Baldness

May 12, 2019

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Research shows that 50 percent of men and 25 percent of women suffer from partial hair loss by the age of 50. Baldness can be caused by age, disease or medical treatment. The current options for treating baldness have proven to be ineffective in restoring the full volume of a patient’s hair. The current options for treating baldness include medications to slow hair loss, and transplants of hair follicles from other parts of the body. However, none of these treatment options can restore the full volume of a balding patient’s hair.

How Hair Follicles Can Be Used to Reverse Baldness

Scientists have closely studied hair follicles and how they can reverse baldness. There are two cells that promote the development of hair follicles called Epithelial cells and Mesenchymal cells.

Epithelial cells help the body create skin, whereas mesenchymal cells help the body create connective tissue. Researchers copy the formation of hair follicles in the embryo to grow more hair follicles. These follicles are then transplanted to the balding area. However, this technique has not been very effective in producing a full head of hair.

Recently, Japanese researchers developed an oxygen permeable mini-chip to scale up the farming of follicles. The researchers were able to grow up to 5,000 follicles at once. The chip is a structure that helps scientists grow follicles and transplant them on the patient’s head to promote normal hair growth. This research was conducted on immune deficient mice where it was noted that lots of new hairs formed within 18 days. Before researchers can test this mini-chip in humans, they have to determine how each patient would get their own personal source of hair follicles.

Stem Cells in Hair Follicles

Hair follicles contain stem cells that are capable of regenerating new hair. In the future, scientists will extract follicles from their patients and expand them by copying the way stem cells work. The increased hair follicle cells will then be transplanted back to cover the balding spots. While there is still a lot of promise using this approach, more studies are required to make it fully viable.

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  1. Lina

    I have attended the plenty of Episodes of The Healing Miracle, tried to call few Centre’s, no one gave me any feedback . Please would you recommend 2/3 best Centre’s with best quality

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    • THM Team

      The experts featured in The Healing Miracle have created http://www.StemHotline.com (or call Toll Free 1-888-414-7836) to answer the question, “Are Stem Cells Right For You?” and they can direct you to stem cell specialists in your area. If you are outside the US, StemHotline.com also has international connections and may be able to refer you to a specialist in your area. A simple Google search (“stem cell clinic” + your region) will pull up a list of treatment centers near you. Always consult your own health care provider to ensure your care is in the best possible hands.

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    • Carmen Young

      It’s not just speculation, many physicians are now using this treatment process to grow hair, facial fat grafts, etc. Do a google search for options in your area. It’s considered aesthetic and not covered by insurance, but they have been doing it for a while.

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