PRP is actually bactericidal (a substance that kills bacteria). While platelets are increased in PRP processing so are leukocytes (white cells that fight infection) over 6 to 8 times. This is one reason why PRP is so effective in wound healing. Not only do the increased levels of leukocytes enable the body to fight off infection they have a duel purpose. After platelets initially release their growth factors, leukocytes produce a secondary release or growth factors to promote healing.
Birth Tissue, Inflammation & Hair RegenerationInflammation causes acceleration of male and female pattern hair loss and is the common thread with all autoimmune hair loss diseases like Alopecia Areata (AA), Discoid Lupus (DL), lichen planopilaris (LPP) and other cicatricial alopecia’s.[…]
What are Exosomes and what do they do?Exosomes or Extracellular Vesicles (EVs) are primarily used in cell signaling and are found in all bodily fluids. Cells communicate with each other using cytokines these are proteins that are excreted by one cell and tell another cell what to do and “home in on sites of injury or disease”.[…]
A Consumer’s Guide to Biologics and Hair Regeneration: Biologic Experience CountsGreco Medical Group (GMG) is conducting IRB level studies utilizing “Umbilical Cord Tissue” Medicinal Signaling Cells (MSC’s) to evaluate their effectiveness regenerating hair follicles. […]
PRP TREATMENT WITH DR JOSEPH GRECO
November 2015 | www.womenshairlossproject.com