• Sex, Lies and Hair Transplants – Former Bosley Employee Sues For Sexual Harassment

    Otis Duffy a former hair transplant salesman working in Bosley Medical’s Manhattan and New Jersey offices, filed a $3 million lawsuit on Tuesday in Manhattan Supreme Court citing sexual harassment.

    Duffy states that after he complained about unwanted advances from female colleagues, he was ordered to take a sex harassment course and then fired.

    “If I wanted a girl rubbing her breasts in my face, I would go to a strip club,” Duffy said.

    A part time actor who played one season of pro basketball in Ireland, Duffy said he’s been out of work since being unfairly fired.

    Duffy also stated that he complained to his bosses at Bosley about his female co-worker’s inappropriate and downright raunchy behavior, which allegedly included fondling his backside, grinding against him and propositioning him for sex.

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  • Hair Transplant Docs “Clone” Hair – Is MatriStem® MicroMatrix The Next Great Hair Restoration Breakthrough?

    Regenerative medicine innovator ACell Inc. might just be responsible for advancing surgical hair restoration to heights once thought to be science fiction.

    IAHRS accepted member Jerry Cooley M.D., and New York hair transplant surgeon Gary Hitzig M.D. say that they have become the first medical doctors to successfully “clone” hair using the FDA-cleared wound healing powder MatriStem®. If in fact this proves to be as effective as Cooley and Htizig claim, this regenerative powder originally formulated to help heal diabetic ulcers, venous ulcers and pressure ulcers, will catapult the rapid advancement of permanent hair restoration.

    Dr. Cooley was kind enough to grant Spencer Kobren an exclusive interview to discuss his findings:

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  • No Tax For Hair Transplants – TanTax In, Botax Out

    As the senate passed the landmark health care bill today, Botox maker Allergan and thousands of hair transplant and general cosmetic surgeons breathed a sigh of relief knowing that legislators have opted to replace the proposed “Botax” with a more palatable 10% tax on indoor tanning services.

    While “vanity” seemed to be an easy target as lawmakers scrambled for cash for the nearly $1 trillion dollar plan to expand health care, they probably weren’t prepared for the fierce public opposition launched by pharmaceutical giant Allergan.

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