If you're looking for a new source of hair, you're not alone.Synthetic hair transplants can be pricey and, while they're technically possible, the procedure is still relatively new and requires a few months to be effective.But now, thanks to a breakthrough from the US and the UK, synthetic hair transplanted from a person with a rare genetic condition could soon be a reality.The breakthrough is the...
It took him three years to get his hair cut.
Now he has a full head of gray hair and the opportunity to look a little more like his mother.
“I think now I can look more like my mother and my sister,” he said.
“It’s nice to have something to talk about, a reason to smile and not worry about anything.
It’s really nice.”
It’s not the first time he has lost his hair.
When he was growing up, his father was bald.
“My father was not very bright, so when I grew up I didn’t know that there was a problem.
It was just my parents.
My dad was a very shy guy and he didn’t really want to be in public, so he didn\’t talk much,” he told CBS News.
“When he came back and I was like, ‘Oh my gosh, I can\’t have my hair like this, I should have had it cut when I was a kid.’
So I went to a dermatologist and they said it would look really good.”
But the problem was, his dad had a condition that made it hard to grow it.
“He has a skin condition called seborrheic dermatitis, so it is basically very hard to get the hair to grow,” he explained.
“So he would always say, ‘I can\’ve had my hair cut, but I just can\”t get the condition.’
So they took it away and then they went and took my hair away, and I think I lost my whole hair.”
But now, he says his dad has the condition under control and he is looking forward to growing out his hair again.
“Now, he is able to be himself and talk to me, because my dad is not a shy guy anymore,” he added.
“I think it has helped a lot for me.
I have a lot of friends now who are the same way.
They all know that I am still growing and they don\’t mind my hair anymore.”
It may take longer for people like him to grow hair out of fear of a condition, but they are hoping that a genetic modification can give them that chance.
It\’s called Jotronic Hair Transplant, and it is not only a hair transplant but also a treatment for skin conditions that could cause the hair loss.
The process involves a genetic treatment called CRISPR-Cas9, which is able the scissors to cut the hair.
In this case, the gene is the same one that causes hair loss, but it can be changed to be a different gene.
“It allows you to have a hair cut,” said Dr. Stephen W. Johnson, an associate professor of dermatology at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine.
“The genetic alteration is actually a genetic change that will produce a different type of hair, or an alternate type of skin.”
Johnson says it could help people like Joseph because it could give them the confidence to go ahead and start the hair growth.
“If we can have this gene modification that allows people to have hair, they can go ahead in life and grow hair,” he noted.
“You could have hair that’s shorter, you could have longer hair, you can have a different style of hair.
If they have a genetic mutation that makes them grow hair that is longer, then you can also have a shorter hair.”
While genetic modification is still a long way from being a reality, Dr. Johnson said it could be the future.
“Genetic modification is something that we are just beginning to get into, and this is just one example of the kinds of genetic modification that may be used in the future,” he continued.
“There are many other examples of how genetic modification may be utilized to treat various skin disorders.”
And, he added, it may be possible to get hair transplants to people who are just waiting for a diagnosis.
“A hair transplant could be just as simple and safe as a skin transplant,” he concluded.
“A genetic mutation could also make someone who has a genetic disorder more likely to grow out their hair, and then that gene could be used to give someone with a genetic disease more of an opportunity to grow their hair.”