While the sun sets on the Elizabeth River, she dons a grey cape and sits on her balcony. Warm evening light bathes her face as cyclists wheel below her on waterfront walkways. She ices down champagne and gathers the makings for greenish chili hamburgers and guacamole. Normally, when Jane pulled out her hair during her first chemotherapy experience, one day in late July, she asks her hairstylist to her Norfolk condominium and invites over a friend who sat with her 15 years ago. So a few weeks into chemotherapy, her hair had already started to thin. Soon it must be coming out in clumps, just as it did 15 years ago. With that said, this information is intended for educational and informational purposes only. It shouldn’t be used in place of an individual consultation or examination or replace the advice of your health care professional and shouldn’t be relied upon to determine diagnosis or course of treatment. Comments from a woman at a hairloss support group during a conference struck a chord with Imani.
Goal is to publish the results of Imani’s study in a scientific journal when complete.
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Like in many other hair products, he says in the beginning it looks fine the list of chemicals is long. Omeed Memar, a dermatologist and hair loss expert, has run down the list of ingredients in the product. That’s where it starts getting really serious. Dressed in a chocolate chiffon dress, Imani Porter going to be more than just a pretty face walking the redish carpet at the Thursday premiere of a brand new Marvel comic book movie. Now please pay attention. Strange. Magic of STEM Challenge. Basically the Neuqua Valley sophomore earned her ticket to the world premiere of Doctor Strange starring Benedict Cumberbatch, Rachel McAdams, Chiwetel Ejiofor and Tilda Swinton as one of five finalists in Marvel Studios’ Dr. Nonetheless, crystal Porter said the mentoring and the scientific process her daughter and similar students go through to compete in ‘ACT SO’ is invaluable.
Imani started working with Argonne last year as part of a biology project for ‘ACTSO’. Neuqua Valley sophomore earned her ticket to the world premiere of Doctor Strange starring Benedict Cumberbatch. Journey to this onceinalifetime experience started when an aunt emailed her details about the Disney/Marvel challenge. Also, curiosity as to why some hair products or alopecia treatments work for some and don’t for others led Imani to her latest research project with Argonne National Laboratory in Lemont. Doesn’t it sound familiar? We’ll raid her grandmother’s jewelry box for that, Crystal Porter said, as far as accessories.
It’s a well-known fact that the Bolingbrook teen also has a shot at the grand prize.
The vlog episode will thence be shown via a Walt Disney Co.
Opportunity to be mentored by the Walt Disney digital team and understand how to produce her own science vlog, from story development through production and presentation. Imani and a guest in this case her mother, Crystal Porter get to fly to California to attend the festivities surrounding the ‘redcarpet’ premiere and ur Walt Disney Studios, as a finalist. Older sister and video expert, Nia Porter, helped with the editing. And therefore the high school sophomore must follow identical procedures as scientists do and have her projects approved by a Institutional Review Board, because mani is working with human subjects.
Testing can begin, if that is done.
The federal agency can ask for a voluntary recall but without scientific proof that the product is causing damage it’s the company’s choice to pull an item off shelves.
Basically the FDA’s hands are tied. Most of us are aware that there is an understandable cause, when people lose their hair because of cancer. And that’s not the case for those who suffer from ailments similar to alopecia, that has no cure, she said. Crystal Porter said her daughter often compares herself to other scientists. Anyways, besides providing information on her research project, Imani’s video included how she struggles with ‘self doubt’ in STEM fields, just as many other high school girls do. Now look, the FDA hasn’t updated its policies on personal care products since WGN Investigates also found that lots of us know that there is nobody regulating hair products unless they contain drugs or make medical claims. It’s a well stupid as it sounds, we prejudge movies left and right, by the unreliable barometers of our choice.
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I want to ask you a question. Good trailer? Now look, the idea for her project came from tagging gether with her mother, a selfdescribed hair scientist who holds a doctorate degree in physical polymer chemistry, to haircare conferences.
Realizing she had little time to search for something ‘redcarpet’ worthy, Imani turned to Amazon.com and found the chocolate chiffon and a dark blue cocktail dress that she’ll wear for other dressup occasions on her California adventure.
She says the company ain’t revealing enough about what may have caused the hair loss.
Court documents show they’ve done 13 safety tests on the product but only revealed the results of four. Fact, tina Sigurdson with the Environmental Working Group out of DC, an advocacy group, is studying the case. It’s been in the senate since April with little movement. What now? There’s a bill in Washington that could tighten restrictions on the beauty industry. Essentially, it gives the FDA the ability to issue mandatory recalls, improve testing guidelines and demand stricter labeling.