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Replicel and Shiseido Complete Collaboration and Technology Transfer Agreement on Technology for Treating Pattern Baldness
Date:7/11/2013

its deep expertise in hair research. We anticipate that our collaborative efforts will support the continued improvement of our technology,” stated Dr. Rolf Hoffmann, Chief Medical Officer of RepliCel. “This license represents the first of many development and collaboration agreements we intend to undertake around our broader platform of addressing cellular deficits in diseases such as pattern baldness and tendinosis,” concluded Dr. Hoffmann.

Asia’s Hair Loss Market
With the increasing awareness of baldness as a medical condition that can be treated; the demand for hair loss treatments has sharply risen; especially in the Asian market. For example, a study by the Peking University People’s Hospital published in the British Journal of Dermatology in 2010 found that 21 percent of adult males and six percent of females in China suffer from hormone-driven hair loss. Furthermore, the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery’s (ISHRS) biennial survey of hair restoration physicians found that the number of hair restoration patients in Asia grew 345% from 2004 to 2010. Shiseido has also conducted research on hair and scalp concerns. Their survey of women living in Tokyo, Shanghai, Chengdu and Bangkok found that women aged 40+ commented that their hair was thinning.

RCH-01 Procedure
RCH-01 is a patented cellular replication and implantation technology designed to rejuvenate damaged and miniaturized hair follicles in balding scalp. This technology has been developed over ten years of research, experimentation and clinical trials. The mechanics of this technology involve the extraction of as few as 20 hair follicles from the back of a patient’s scalp where healthy cycling hair follicles reside. Specific cells are isolated from hair follicles and are cultured in a current Good Manufacturing Practice compliant facility using the Company’s proprietary cellular replication process. The cultured cells are reintroduced back into balding ar
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