Hair Cloning and Multiplication
    Hair cloning or "hair multiplication" is one of the newest options for regaining your lost hair but by far the costliest. The procedure involves isolating cells from within the hair follicle for multiplication and then reinsertion into balding areas of the scalp. The problem though is only about seven percent of the transplanted cells ever produce hair. This is a result of the natural rejection processes of the human body.

    Cloning hair became a reality from research being performed on stem cells. Similar to stem cells found in other parts of the body the hair follicles also contain these cells within the hair bulge. Thatís why you hair reproduces year after year. To elaborate this hair bulge contains stem cells that split for hair growth and others that remain to produce future hair. That is why your hair follicles enter stages of growth, resting, fallout, and then reproduction. The key to these processes is the chemical messenger sent by the body to trigger these stages. Whether the production of an ample amount of hair can ever be obtained without these messengers is another thing.

    The difference between hair transplantation and hair cloning is in the methods utilized. With transplantation the whole follicle is transferred from an area of the scalp, immune to pattern baldness, to an area devoid of hair. Hair cloning techniques on the other hand multiple the cells taken from the scalp and then re-implant them into balding areas. At that point if the follicles continue to receive chemical messages from the body they experience growth.

    As one might surmise with hair cloning being a very young science the current price of 20 to 40 thousand dollars will leave quite a few candidates on the sidelines.




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Learn about the future of hair cloning and hair multiplication as an alternative to your hair loss and baldness problems. Is it an option for male and female thinning hair or alopecia? What are the costs involved to clone hair as compared to conventional hair loss products that can be currently found in the marketplace. Will it replace hair transplants or current scalp replacement systems are still some of the unanswered questions regarding this technology.


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