RP:TSX.V; REPCF:OTCQB

RepliCel Life Sciences Inc.

RepliCel Life Sciences Inc. is a regenerative medicine company focused on developing autologous cell therapies that address conditions caused by a deficit of healthy cells required for normal healing and function. The Company’s product pipeline is comprised of two ongoing clinical trials (RCT-01: tendon repair and RCS-01: skin rejuvenation) as well as its RCH-01: hair restoration product under exclusive license by Shiseido Company for certain Asian countries. All product candidates are based on RepliCel’s innovative technology, utilizing cell populations isolated from a patient’s healthy hair follicles. The Company has also developed a proprietary injection device (RCI-02) optimized for the administration of its products and licensable for use with other dermatology applications.
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Expert Comments:

George Mack, BioDecade (2/16/17)
"An analyst could show investors the size of these markets—skin aging, Achilles heel and hair restoration—and any of the three could represent total markets worth billions of dollars. There is an opportunity to carve out hundreds of millions in revenue to produce an extraordinary, eye-opening top line. . .focus on RepliCel Life Sciences Inc.’s current minimalist market cap of under $US20 million and the fact that movement of these clinical studies into phase 2 and phase 3 could mean a very significant increase in share price. RepliCel represents an undiscovered opportunity, but its low market cap precludes mutual funds and pensions from owning it."

Alphastox (2/12/17)
"RepliCel Life Sciences Inc.'s randomized, placebo-controlled trials in tendon and skin repair will deliver informative data to support the company's story, prioritize future clinical development and guide critical decisions about designing future multi-center clinical trials designed to provide statistically significant clinical data and address questions related to dosing, treatment frequency, etc. . .this is sure to be one of the most exciting stories of 2017 so make sure you stay tuned and keep a very close eye on RepliCel."

BioTuesdays (2/9/17)
"RepliCel Life Sciences Inc. announced the granting of two patents in Europe related to its multi-needle dermal injection technologies; the first patent has been validated in a total of 14 national countries and the second will also be validated in a number of European countries in the near future. The first device being developed under these patents, RCI-02, is designed for injecting hyaluronic acid and other products as dermal fillers."

"Back in 2013, before the Japanese regenerative medicine laws were promulgated, RepliCel Life Sciences Inc. and Shiseido signed a deal for Replicel's RCH-01 product, which is for androgenic alopecia or male pattern baldness. Shiseido is taking the RCH-01 product down the Act on the Safety of Regenerative Medicine (ASRM) route to market, as they see immense market potential to offer the treatment as quickly as possible to men who suffer from pattern baldness. The ASRM route to market does not come with the coveted Japanese NHI insurance coverage, but the indication is one that doesn’t necessarily need the NHI insurance coverage incentive to work. Shiseido already has opened the Shiseido Cell-Processing and Expansion Center (SPEC) in Kobe and is using this location as its base to develop and eventually provide the therapy. Not many non-Japanese companies understand the ASRM route to market but it is one that a relatively well-known regenerative medicine company, Cytori Therapeutics, has already received multiple approvals for over the years and is a very real and relatively fast route to market that exists in Japan. I would keep my eyes peeled on RepliCel and Shiseido in the coming months too for indications as to when the therapy will become available in Japan." read more >

Zacks Equity Research (1/24/17)
"RepliCel Life Sciences Inc. secured $4.2 million in cash through the closing of a private placement in October 2016. The offering was actually over-subscribed and included a healthy mix of past, existing, and new investors. . .the lack of funding was a significant overhang for the stock in 2016, but with overhang gone and two major catalysts on the very near-term horizon, this is an incredible opportunity for investors. . .it looks like the recent uptick in the stock is just the beginning for RepliCel."

Zacks Equity Research (1/24/17)
"One company that looks very well-positioned to benefit from regenerative medicine's rising tide is RepliCel Life Sciences Inc. . .RepliCel is a regenerative medicine company focused on developing autologous cell therapies that address conditions linked to a deficit of healthy cells required for normal healing and function. . .the company's current focus is on the repair of chronically injured tendons, restoration of damaged skin, and the rejuvenation of hair growth.RepliCel is currently engaged in a Phase 1/2 clinical study taking place in Canada examining RCT-01 for the treatment of chronic tendinosis."

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Experts Following This Company

Douglas Loe, Analyst – Euro Pacific Canada
George Mack, Interviewer – BioDecade
Colin Lee Novick, Managing Director – CJ PARTNERS
Eden Rahim, Portfolio Manager and Options Strategist – Next Edge Capital, Theta Strategies Capital

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