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  • Arthritis Drug Reverses Hair Loss “This Was Not Luck, These Results Will Be Duplicated” Says Yale Researcher

    Alopecia Areata affects approximately two percent of the world’s population, which includes more than 6.5 million American men, women and children. According to The American Hair Loss Association, Alopecia Areata (AA) is the third most common form of hair loss dermatologists see in their practices, and is considered one of the most emotionally devastating of all dermatological diseases.

    Until now, treatments for Alopecia Areata, Totalis and Universalis have been mildly effective at best.

    Watch Spencer Kobren’s in-depth interview with Assistant Professor of Dermatology at Yale University School of Medicine, Dr. Brett King, as he discusses, how with the help of Dr. Angela Christiano’s groundbreaking research, he reversed the hair loss process in a young man who suffered with AA for most of his life.

    ‘s The Bald Truth is internationally syndicated through the GFQ Network

  • ARTAS® Hair Transplant – Love it or Hate it, Looks Like The Future of Hair Restoration Surgery has Arrived.

    IAHRS member and Clinical Professor of Dermatology at the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University, Dr. Robert Bernstein calls the show to discuss why he believes the ARTAS® Robotic Hair Transplant system, is currently the most effective state-of-the-art tool in surgical hair restoration today. While, hair transplant surgery is not a one size fits all procedure, all signs point to a market shift that is sure to make Restoration Robotics, makers of the ARTAS®, the hands down leader in the game, however, is this trend really in the best interest of hair restoration patients? Only time will tell.

    ‘s The Bald Truth is internationally syndicated through the GFQ Network

  • Hair Transplant Before and After Photos: They’re Getting Better!

    Understanding the “tricks of the trade” when it comes to cosmetic surgery before and after pictures is a vital step to becoming a truly informed hair transplant consumer. Spencer Kobren and Joe Tillman discuss the evolution of online before and afters and take a call from a Canadian hair transplant veteran who wanted to discuss how having surgical hair restoration has changed his life.

    ‘s The Bald Truth is internationally syndicated through the GFQ Network



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