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Could 3D printed hair follicles help with hair loss?

Posted by Emilienne Rebel on

Could 3D printed hair follicles help with hair loss?

Interesting BBC article about using hair follicles created by a process similar to 3D printing could one day be used as implants, L'Oreal has said. "The cosmetics firm is partnering with a French bio-printing company called Poietis, which has developed a form of laser printing for cell-based objects. Hair follicles have not been created this way before and the firms expect it will take at least three years to adapt the process. However, one hair loss charity said it was too early "to be getting excited". L'Oreal already uses 3D printed skin in its product research. "If we manage to...

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Happy Easter and Fresh Yellow Floral Liberty Print Beanie Hats for Women

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Happy Easter and Fresh Yellow Floral Liberty Print Beanie Hats for Women

Bold Beanies is taking a few days off to enjoy this holiday time over Easter with my children. Whatever religion or spirituality you are I hope you are enjoying the sunshine where you are and time with family.  Introducing this gorgeous new yellow print from luxury British fabrics company Liberty Art fabrics in this gorgeous abstract floral print in bright yellow colour for spring.  Super soft and silky cotton breathable thin stretchy snug fabric beanies hats for hair loss and sore scalps from cancer chemo chemotherapy Alopecia Areata hair loss thinning. Great during the day as an easy soft hat...

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What is Bold Beanie Chemo Cancer Alopecia Hair Loss Cotton Hat?

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What is Bold Beanie Chemo Cancer Alopecia Hair Loss Cotton Hat?

Super soft, thin, silky and snug beanie hats for men's, women's and kid's hair loss. Made in the United Kingdom using the finest luxury natural breathable Liberty Art quality thin stretchy natural cotton fabric. Pretty famous Liberty prints and plain fabrics to fit snuggly (but not tightly) on a bald head. Temperature controlling, so not too hot or cold, to keep the scalp at an even comfortable temperature. Designed by a breast cancer chemotherapy survivor who just wants to make fellow sufferers difficult time more bearable when its often the little things that get to you the most. No more...

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WOW! 10 Year Anniversary (!) Breast Cancer Diagnosis

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WOW! 10 Year Anniversary (!) Breast Cancer Diagnosis

This week has been quite emotional one for me... something I hadn't quite anticipated. 10 years since my original diagnosis. 10 YEARS! WOW! How is that possible? Having had a biopsy with ultra sound the week before I returned to see the Breast Cancer specialist doctor not really concerned. I was breast feeding my then 7 month old daughter and was assured that it was just a blocked milk duct, nothing to worry about. So, when I sat in his office and he asked me "Have you come in on your own?", I looked surprised and simply replied, "No, I've got...

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Driving Miss Norma... "Say Yes to Living".

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Driving Miss Norma... "Say Yes to Living".

An American woman who decided to take a road trip across the United States instead of undergoing cancer treatment has died at the age of 91.  Norma Jean Bauerschmidt’s travels have been followed by more than 400,000 people on the Facebook page "Driving Miss Norma", which posted pictures and accounts of her journey.  Ms Bauerschmidt's daughter-in-law Ramie, who set up the Facebook page, wrote that Ms Bauerschmidt had decided to take the trip last year after being diagnosed with uterine cancer and told by her doctor that surgery, radiation and chemotherapy were unlikely to treat the illness. Read the full...

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