Hair transplantation is a popular method to deal with baldness

Hair transplantation is a popular method to deal with baldness. From the United States, however, is going to get another technique that could prove significantly more effective and will lead to "repopulate" the heads "desert" of those who no longer has a full head of hair.
In Los Angeles, Dr. Ken Washenik announced that in a few months, the scalp was devoid of hair will regain its ancient splendor: the American doctor, who works for the Bosley, is studying the follicular neogenesis or multiplication of hair (this technique is also called hair cloning). But how does it work? In the hair follicles in which they grow stem cells that are present when receiving certain chemical signals, dividing each giving rise to a cell specialized to create the hair, and a new stem.
The aim is to identify what specifically are these chemical signals and use them to create a culture of stem cells that can give rise to new hair from the head to areas that are lacking.
It was also discovered that some cells send chemical signals to the follicles matured to respond and begin to grow hair. Everything has been tested successfully on mice and lab cultures of human skin.

Washeinik But he admitted that "it is a biotech research and nature can always step in and slow things down. But the basic idea seems real. "