-----Perfect:) You and I are talking the same thing. I am impressed with your accomplishments and love talking with smart people.
----as for the study:
The laser is reducing the gene p53, it’s not what the study says? Please, correct me if I am wrong. And, no they did not say it’s causing the cancer directly, but we need to look into what are the consequences of reducing the genome p53 in human cells and use the logic. The genome p53 is a tumor suppressor and when you reduce body obviously will lose it’s defence against the tumor.
Reducing the gene p53 causes the cell overgrowth, which can develop to a tumors. Please, refer to the link.
-----As for my legs.
To address of all your questions: I am white caucasian with very coarse dark hairs on my legs. I was told that I was the perfect candidate for laser. I even was considering to buy a laser machine then and leave electrolysis, I thought, who cares for hair by hair removal, I am going into a laser hair removal business! And, no kidding, I was the happiest person for 2 years, until EVERYTHING CAME BACK. I am still doing electrolysis, finishing up my own legs right now.
I followed ALL their instructions, I did almost 10 sessions. I do not think settings were low, I was in pain, lot of pain, and time to time I would get burns as well. But I did not care as long as my ugly hairs were gone. I honestly wish it worked, it’s awful lot of work on my legs now. Never mind the money I invested in this. But it is what it is.
----I am practicing electrolysis for years. I’ve seen the cases when
a. lasers do not even work, they are not for everyone
b. they reduce hairs but they come back after 3-5 years average
c. they work but hairs still come back
d. in some cases, I would say 40% of after laser treatments I see get their hormones messed up and hairs come back worse, in lots of cases as fully blown beards
e.laser removed hairs on one part of the body but triggered hair growth on the other parts of the body
f. I’ve heard people reported the reduction as well when few of my clients told me they did laser and got rid of hairs but now they need to do more clean up BUT it still was not FULL removal neither it was permanent
----Thought for the conversation though: I’ve noticed the category of people who will lose hairs even if they wax them. Some are aged/elderly ladies (not all the aged females, only some) and some younger but very few ones as well. Somebody told me it’s about estrogen levels. Lots of times the thought was crossing the mind: what if that type of people with certain estrogen levels are responding to? What are we missing here?
Why cannot we use this for our advantage? Is this same drug that transgenders are taking? I mean estradiol? Because I see the hair reduction in them once they start hormone replacement therapy.
This might explain why your hairs were gone and you still have nothing after 10 years. Your body might have higher levels of estrogen for some reason.
----Science needs real evidence. And lots of things in science were discovered because of the observation. I am giving you real facts and observations I made over the years. You can tell me all aIl about physics and math, I can tell you what I see when my clients come into my office and what I see. I have all the files/records of my clients who were reporting the abnormal hair regrowth or getting hairs back after laser treatments. I am dealing with real people and real situations n a daily bases and few times I have dealt with suicidal clients because after laser treatment they’ve got full beard. These issues need to be addressed, studied and taken in consideration.