Dear Foregen Supporters,

We have some very big updates to share with you for the past month.

To start off, October has been a very special month for us. A number generous donors, most of which donated in the form of cryptocurrency, have contributed greatly to our ongoing research. We received large donations of $1,000, $2,500, and $4,300, as well as historic donations of $60,000 and $120,000 for a total of close to $200,000 for all donations in the month of October. These donations are an important gift and all of us at Foregen are extremely grateful to those who have contributed their resources to accomplish the goal of foreskin regeneration!

If you’re interested in contributing, especially those who wish to contribute with cryptocurrency, we have a short article here with some of the tax benefits as we approach the end of the year.

With these donations we have now surpassed over $1,000,000 raised to-date, and for this we intend to hold a special event as a celebration and as thanks to all of our donors. There will be more information on this to come in the future.

From the lab we have even more encouraging news, as Dr. Palumbo has informed us that her preliminary observations indicate the first phase of animal trials was likely a success. We are still waiting on the more definitive histological analysis to confirm the results on a cellular level, but we are happy to announce this initial report with you.

Last week, HistologiX shared with us that they are live with the histology study and are commencing the immunohistochemistry assay optimizations. If you’re interested in learning more about what a histology study is, you can find a podcast style discussion here from Foregen’s team breaking down its purpose and why it’s important.

Foregen’s Chief Science Officer, Eric Cunningham, sat down with certified sex educator and adult entertainer Elle Stanger on her podcast They Talk Sex to discuss the foreskin and circumcision. You can listen to the discussion on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and Soundcloud, and can find out more about the many things that Elle does at her site, StripperWriter.

In case you missed it, Foregen commissioned YouGov America, an international research data and analytics group, to conduct two separate national surveys on the topic of male circumcision in the United States. The results of those surveys are insightful, and show that more than 5 million American men may want their foreskins back, which you can read more about here.

Lastly, we had almost 30 new people sign up for recurring donations this month, totaling close to $700. Our thanks as usual goes to every donor who worked to make all of this possible. To date, the Foregen community has raised $1,041,335 to aid in the mission to restore bodily integrity to every man who wants it.


Tyler Drozd

Chief Operations Officer