This Norwood 3A patient was treated on September 19, 2016. He was our first patient we treated with both sonicated or CRP (cytokine rich plasma) and standard PRP for result comparison. Our discoveries from this case paved the way for our future studies of graft regrowth rates following CPR treatment vs. standard PRP vs. placebo (saline). Patient NNB was treated with CRP plus 30mg of ACell on his right side, and on his left side, he was treated with standard PRP and 30mg of ACell, with calcium gluconate 10% acting the activator. Following the CRP and PRP injections, NNB was treated with 2200 FUE grafts. 80% regrowth of the grafts was noted at 3 months post-op on the right side (CRP); however, a much lower growth rate was found on the corresponding side (standard PRP). According to ELISA testing, CRP produces six to eight times the concentration of growth factors of standard PRP kits, thus we are seeing 80% initiation of the regrowth of grafts at 3.5 months and 99% regrowth at 4.5 months.