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  1. The local NBC news station just ran an expose' on buying drugs off the internet from foreign sources. Their investigation covered only distributors in Canada and Mexico. They found many of the drugs contained lower active ingredients than advertised, as well as higher levels than acceptable of heavy metals such as mercury, arsenic, etc...In Canada, they found many of the drugs ordered, were actually knockoffs produced in India.. Be careful where you get your Propecia... Online drugs: Why cheaper isn't always better 10:41 PM PST on Monday, March 1, 2004 By ELISA HAHN / KING 5 News We are a nation ready to pop a better pill, lining up at pharmacies around the corner, across the border and along the information highway. The Food and Drug Administration estimates three to four million Americans are buying lower-cost foreign drugs, because to many, better means cheaper. But at what price to your health? In some cases, unscrupulous businesses are only too happy to sell you something that just looks like the drug you need, but contains little or none of the actual drug. We purchased popular drugs online from some Mexican and Canadian pharmacies. Weeks later, the first to arrive was Viagra in a hand-addressed envelope, clearly postmarked from India. Inside was a little cardboard, a few sheets of paper, the bill from our Mexican on-line pharmacy, a plastic bag and four unmarked pills. But the pill had absolutely none of the active ingredient. While it wouldn't hurt you physically, it could take a psychological toll. "His dreams would be deflated to say the least," said forensic toxicologist Dr. Ernest Lykissa. "I don't know how else to put it." And how does India figure into all this? Experts warn these days fancy Web sites need only a basic computer. Our pharmacist found a supplier in India, probably through the Internet. Was our finding just a fluke? Not according to the FDA, which is in the middle of testing 1600 drugs purchased outside the United States, including birth control medicines. ??It's a fake knockoff of that contraceptive patch you see on television," the FDA's Dr. Richard Hubbard said. There was no active ingredient. Hubbard also showed us seizure and prostate medications an elderly man bought, which were supposedly made in Canada. "In fact he was getting these fake knockoffs from India," Dr. Hubbard said. "We have seen other examples of Indian companies selling drugs through Canada, or directly over the Internet," Dr. Hubbard said. We bought the top five U.S. prescribed drugs online from two Mexican pharmacies. The first batch was purchased from Safemeds.com. The Premarin, Synthroid and Zoloft equivalents were relatively pure and potent, but the Norvasc had up to ten times the acceptable level of certain heavy metals, and its potency was a borderline acceptable 92 percent. Poor manufacturing processes also tainted the Lipitor samples with similar problems, one was just under 79 percent potent. "That means you're only getting about three-quarters of what you're supposed to be getting," forensic toxicologist Dr. Ernest Lykissa said. The second group we bought from myrxforless.com. Contamination was worse. The Zoloft had nearly 20 times the acceptable level of certain metals, including an elevated level of arsenic. There were similar troubles with the Norvasc and Premarin, and the Synthroid had elevated mercury. The worst was the Lipitor which had 20 milligrams of contaminants, and just 80 percent potency. "I would definitely categorize it as a dangerous drug," Dr. Lykissa said. Heavy metals threaten kidneys and could cause bladder cancer. Also, weakened drugs could devastate weakened patients. "Is it potentially fatal?" Dr. Lykissa was asked. "It could be, depending on the individual," he said. The FDA's response after reviewing our results.? "These are contaminants that the FDA would never allow to be in a U.S. produced drug," the administration's Dr. Richard Hubbard said. So who's behind the fancy Web sites? We tracked Safemeds to an office in Mexico City, where they explained why foreign drugs are cheaper. "The regulation system is much stricter in the United States than here in Mexico," Arturo Silva with Safemeds said. The only address for Rx for Less is a post office in the Mexican border town of Agua Prieta. But we tracked box number 65, to a corner drug store called Maxi Farmacia. Owner Ricardo Luevano says his Mexican supplier gets the medication from many countries. Then he said he didn't sell the drugs we tested. He insisted quality was fine until we showed him our test results. "You don't recognize any of those drugs?" we asked. "No," Luevano said. "You don't? We asked again. "No," he said once more. But then, the very drug he wanted to show us as a quality product, Lipitor, was among the worst of the medicines we've tested. "Our medicine is bad?" Luevano asked. The problem is it's hard for even a farmacia to know where its drugs are coming from. "You may be dealing with an individual who on Saturday is making illegal illicit drugs, and on Sunday says, ??let's make Viagra,' " Dr. Lykissa said. Or something that looks just like it We shared our test results with the head of global security for Pfizer, who calls the products counterfeits. "The counterfeiters have become so sophisticated these days in packaging and presenting counterfeit products that visual authentication of the product is almost impossible," said R. John Theriault, Pfizer's Vice President for global security. [This message was edited by Rugger on March 01, 2004 at 11:32 PM.] [This message was edited by Rugger on March 01, 2004 at 11:34 PM.] [This message was edited by Rugger on March 01, 2004 at 11:35 PM.]
  2. The local NBC news station just ran an expose' on buying drugs off the internet from foreign sources. Their investigation covered only distributors in Canada and Mexico. They found many of the drugs contained lower active ingredients than advertised, as well as higher levels than acceptable of heavy metals such as mercury, arsenic, etc...In Canada, they found many of the drugs ordered, were actually knockoffs produced in India.. Be careful where you get your Propecia... Online drugs: Why cheaper isn't always better 10:41 PM PST on Monday, March 1, 2004 By ELISA HAHN / KING 5 News We are a nation ready to pop a better pill, lining up at pharmacies around the corner, across the border and along the information highway. The Food and Drug Administration estimates three to four million Americans are buying lower-cost foreign drugs, because to many, better means cheaper. But at what price to your health? In some cases, unscrupulous businesses are only too happy to sell you something that just looks like the drug you need, but contains little or none of the actual drug. We purchased popular drugs online from some Mexican and Canadian pharmacies. Weeks later, the first to arrive was Viagra in a hand-addressed envelope, clearly postmarked from India. Inside was a little cardboard, a few sheets of paper, the bill from our Mexican on-line pharmacy, a plastic bag and four unmarked pills. But the pill had absolutely none of the active ingredient. While it wouldn't hurt you physically, it could take a psychological toll. "His dreams would be deflated to say the least," said forensic toxicologist Dr. Ernest Lykissa. "I don't know how else to put it." And how does India figure into all this? Experts warn these days fancy Web sites need only a basic computer. Our pharmacist found a supplier in India, probably through the Internet. Was our finding just a fluke? Not according to the FDA, which is in the middle of testing 1600 drugs purchased outside the United States, including birth control medicines. ??It's a fake knockoff of that contraceptive patch you see on television," the FDA's Dr. Richard Hubbard said. There was no active ingredient. Hubbard also showed us seizure and prostate medications an elderly man bought, which were supposedly made in Canada. "In fact he was getting these fake knockoffs from India," Dr. Hubbard said. "We have seen other examples of Indian companies selling drugs through Canada, or directly over the Internet," Dr. Hubbard said. We bought the top five U.S. prescribed drugs online from two Mexican pharmacies. The first batch was purchased from Safemeds.com. The Premarin, Synthroid and Zoloft equivalents were relatively pure and potent, but the Norvasc had up to ten times the acceptable level of certain heavy metals, and its potency was a borderline acceptable 92 percent. Poor manufacturing processes also tainted the Lipitor samples with similar problems, one was just under 79 percent potent. "That means you're only getting about three-quarters of what you're supposed to be getting," forensic toxicologist Dr. Ernest Lykissa said. The second group we bought from myrxforless.com. Contamination was worse. The Zoloft had nearly 20 times the acceptable level of certain metals, including an elevated level of arsenic. There were similar troubles with the Norvasc and Premarin, and the Synthroid had elevated mercury. The worst was the Lipitor which had 20 milligrams of contaminants, and just 80 percent potency. "I would definitely categorize it as a dangerous drug," Dr. Lykissa said. Heavy metals threaten kidneys and could cause bladder cancer. Also, weakened drugs could devastate weakened patients. "Is it potentially fatal?" Dr. Lykissa was asked. "It could be, depending on the individual," he said. The FDA's response after reviewing our results.? "These are contaminants that the FDA would never allow to be in a U.S. produced drug," the administration's Dr. Richard Hubbard said. So who's behind the fancy Web sites? We tracked Safemeds to an office in Mexico City, where they explained why foreign drugs are cheaper. "The regulation system is much stricter in the United States than here in Mexico," Arturo Silva with Safemeds said. The only address for Rx for Less is a post office in the Mexican border town of Agua Prieta. But we tracked box number 65, to a corner drug store called Maxi Farmacia. Owner Ricardo Luevano says his Mexican supplier gets the medication from many countries. Then he said he didn't sell the drugs we tested. He insisted quality was fine until we showed him our test results. "You don't recognize any of those drugs?" we asked. "No," Luevano said. "You don't? We asked again. "No," he said once more. But then, the very drug he wanted to show us as a quality product, Lipitor, was among the worst of the medicines we've tested. "Our medicine is bad?" Luevano asked. The problem is it's hard for even a farmacia to know where its drugs are coming from. "You may be dealing with an individual who on Saturday is making illegal illicit drugs, and on Sunday says, ??let's make Viagra,' " Dr. Lykissa said. Or something that looks just like it We shared our test results with the head of global security for Pfizer, who calls the products counterfeits. "The counterfeiters have become so sophisticated these days in packaging and presenting counterfeit products that visual authentication of the product is almost impossible," said R. John Theriault, Pfizer's Vice President for global security. [This message was edited by Rugger on March 01, 2004 at 11:32 PM.] [This message was edited by Rugger on March 01, 2004 at 11:34 PM.] [This message was edited by Rugger on March 01, 2004 at 11:35 PM.]
  3. To correct my previous statement: I received 2200 grafts, which was a very large amount for the area which was being covered. That's the point Dr. Reese made. I was not that bad off yet and had decent hair on top, but the sides had receded and the frontal hairline had receded about 1/2 inc. The frontal area was hammered with 2200 grafts, that's the point. Oh crap. Sounds like I should book my flight to Vancouver right now for the repair work. I've seen MHR bashed a lot, but I've only seen 1 or 2 things said about Reese or the Minnesota operation, and those were good. And I've seen the patients first hand and the work looked great. I think there are a lot of people on these boards who are absolute perfectionists. If they can find one little thing wrong, they bitch about it. I've seen HT's that I thought looked very good, though other people said the recipient had been "butchered". I guess beautiy, or a HT, really is in the eye of the beholder. My question also is this: What constitutes being butchered? Is the hairline misaligned or something? The hairs don't grow? They are spaced too far apart? I don't understand what the definition of a bad HT is. Check out Gene's before & after at: http://www.medicalhairrestoration.com/education_beforeafter_02.html Is that a bad transplant? Because it was done by Dr. Reese and that's exactly how it looks. In fact, it probably looks better in person than in the photo when it is parted at the side. I'm sure there are HT patients who have more density, but the fact is it looks good, though I suppose some people won't think so. Another thing to remember: The majority of patients do not log on to this board and post their opinions. And it is great to see the recipients who do post photos, web sites, etc. It's very helpful. I just wonder if people aren't being too picky about ripping doctors who they may not like or who think have a bad reputation. Face it, you lost your hair. And the restoration may not make you look like John f. Kennedy Jr., but hopefully it will look good. That's the whole idea. To look good. When you are bald, people focus on your forehead. When you have hair, even if it isn't as thick or as perfect as you'd like, but looks good, they will focus on your eyes and face. That's the difference. There seems to be a lot of happy people on this board, but at the same time there seems to be a lot of very angry people. I just wonder if some people aren't taking their anger out on the doctors rather than on more uncontrollable circumstances.
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    $82,000 in HT costs

    I just saw a TV show on the Life network about a Toronto area sportscaster John Gallagher that has spend $82,000 on HT procedures. You might remember him from a 20/20 piece done in 1992. I think he had scalp reductions done before and his final HT was with Dr. Unger I think. He started naming some guys that had work done in it,like the obvious Nic Cage, Billy Crystal, Michael Keaton, but John Roberts from CBS news was a new one. Just some info.
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    $82,000 in HT costs

    I just saw a TV show on the Life network about a Toronto area sportscaster John Gallagher that has spend $82,000 on HT procedures. You might remember him from a 20/20 piece done in 1992. I think he had scalp reductions done before and his final HT was with Dr. Unger I think. He started naming some guys that had work done in it,like the obvious Nic Cage, Billy Crystal, Michael Keaton, but John Roberts from CBS news was a new one. Just some info.
  6. RnAo~ My MAn... I'm Right In the HEArt Of the City.... DR. KNudsen HAs BEEn AwesOme Bro... As Of NOw He HAs GIveN me toNs Of FEEdbAck (emotional SuppoRt) And MAyBE DowN the LIne I Might Get Him to Do Some Work On ME... ReaLLy CArIng MAn...And I Know HE DID JOhn BUrgO's HAir!! THe FElla On CATchPHRASe.... RnAo~ Thanks For PuttiNg forth YOur INsight As THis ONly HElps THe CAuse!!!! ~PArABle~ If you NEed anY assistance Rnao Or any1 else in sydney let me know and I'll hook you Up ~PAraBLE~
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    Propecia's longevity

    Thursday, December 18, 2003 Drug pair works well in treating prostates By Jeff Donn THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BOSTON- Two workhorse drugs can be combined to strike a doubly powerful blow against symptoms of an enlarged prostate, an irritating and occasionally dangerous condition widespread in older men, a study found. Researchers say up to 7 million men might benefit from the combined drugs, which act in different ways on the body to ease such symptoms as weak or urgent urination. "I can't think of many combination therapies where two drugs work by different mechanisms and jointly work so much better. It's a beautiful outcome," said one of the study's leaders, Dr. Claus Roehrborn, a urologist at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas. The study was published today in The New England Journal of Medicine. The five-year experiment with 3,047 patients at 17 hospitals coast to coast was the most ambitious study yet of drug treatments for enlarged prostate. It was backed by the National Institutes of Health. The two drugs in the study, doxazosin and finasteride, are now widely used, but not normally combined, to treat an enlarged prostate. The study was designed to decide if they can be teamed up for a stronger effect. Often, such a drug combination fails to greatly boost effectiveness. This time, though, it succeeded. On its own, each drug reduced the risk of worsening symptoms by about a third. Together, they worked twice as well, cutting the risk by two-thirds. Over five years, the condition worsened in about 10 percent of patients on only one drug, but in only 5 percent of those who took the combination. Without either drug, the condition deteriorated in 17 percent. "Although we had predicted that combination therapy would be more effective than either drug alone, the magnitude of risk reduction was surprising," said chief researcher Dr. John McConnell, also at Southwestern Medical Center. Doxazosin relaxes muscles that tend to choke off the flow of urine. It is usually the first drug given for an enlarged prostate. Finasteride, which also goes by the brand name Proscar, slowly shrinks the prostate gland itself. It is contained in smaller amounts in the baldness drug Propecia. The two-drug combination can cost about $3 a day. Half of men ages 51 to 60 and up to 90 percent of those over 80 have enlarged prostates, according to the American Urological Association. The prostate, a semen-secreting gland, lies under the bladder. In middle age, it is about the size and shape of a chestnut. Over a man's lifetime, it might typically double in size, and can sometimes grow tenfold to the size of a baseball. An enlarged prostate - medically known as benign prostatic hyperplasia - tends to squeeze off the flow of urine from the bladder, making it more difficult to urinate or causing an urgent need to urinate. Much more rarely, the flow is totally blocked, requiring quick surgery.
  8. John, You may want to do a search on Vogel and Baltimore. I think a few patients of Dr. Vogel's have posted that they were pleased with his work. I believe he is in the Baltimore area. Mr. T
  9. Add John Crier to the list (he was on a talk show and look a little different than his new TV show with Charlie Scheen) but he has excellent work-- only few of us with HT could detect-- AWESOME job. Also,the big name to add to the list is.. Dr. Frazier Crane himself, Kelsy Grammer--he looks like he has very fine/thin donor hair that is limited therefore giving him that "thin" progression look-- its natural thin looking but a lot better than when he was bald on the top in his earlier years of "Frazier"
  10. John H- I am giving serious consideration to Dr. Vogel of Baltimore.
  11. John, I missed where you posted your website info. Does it show before and after pictures of your results? I think that would go a long way towards increasing your credibility with the group. From everything I've read and experienced, I believe you can do much better than Dr. Brandy, if you need more HT work. I hope you'll continue reading here and consult with some of the doctors who have produced positive (maybe even miraculous) results for many of us. Mr. T
  12. John Gasparini The patients who Dr. Brandy performed scalp lifts on were sold on the procedure by Dr. Brandy. I can assure you that patients get scalp lifts because that is what the doctor prescibes for them. Your post hints that maybe we should cut Dr. Brandy some slack or absolve Dr. Brandy from responsibility for the damage he has caused, because some patients were "hard cases". I think that is totally bogus.
  13. Dr. Brandy not only does hair lifts, he has his own technique... "the Brandy Lift". These hair lifts are radical techniques that have literally ruined peoples' lives. It's not like a bad haircut that you can undo. It's not even like a bad hair transplant, that you can sometimes improve. A hair lift permanently alters your entire scalp, creates massive scarring, etc. The guys who were damaged by scalp lifts went in under the assumption that their doctor was helping them. Guys get hair transplants because they are self-conscious about their appearance. It is a terrible, horrible thing, to take a guy like that and make him look even worse than just a normal balding guy. It is inhumane. It is a crime against humanity, and the worst thing is that it is being done by doctors who are doing this type of thing over and over again, even though they know how much damage it can cause. I am sure that Dr. Brandy has done some patients who are happy with his work. I am not trying to diminish your happiness, John Gasparini. But the fact that you are happy can never make up for the utter destruction and devastation that Dr. Brandy has been inflicted on some of his patients. These things can never balance out. I would personally NEVER choose a doctor who has helped some guys, but then also absolutely ruined guys too. A doctor that has repeatedly damaged multiple patients does not deserve our business, and should not be allowed to continue to practice medicine. John Gasparini, if you are happy with your work from Dr. Brandy, consider yourself lucky.
  14. Add John Crier to the list (he was on a talk show and look a little different than his new TV show with Charlie Scheen) but he has excellent work-- only few of us with HT could detect-- AWESOME job. Also,the big name to add to the list is.. Dr. Frazier Crane himself, Kelsy Grammer--he looks like he has very fine/thin donor hair that is limited therefore giving him that "thin" progression look-- its natural thin looking but a lot better than when he was bald on the top in his earlier years of "Frazier"
  15. John Gasparini: Since you just registered today its really hard to give you alot of crediablity. Let say what you are saying is true, I congradulate you. I have been posting for around 18 months and have heard alot of horror stories about Dr. Brandy. Check this out Comments Comments 2 This are only a few of them. I agree some patients have posted that they have recieved good results but the majority its very negative. I would never recommend Brandy even to my worst enemy. Lorenzo
  16. Hi, Can you recommend the best doctors in Ontario? I have finally made my decision to do this and want to hopefully find the best surgeon in my area or surrounding (Toronto, Canada). My family physician recommended in order: 1) Dr. John Golahar 2) Dr. Paul Cotterhill 3) Dr. Seager Can you also share your experiences and opinions regarding these doctors? Thanks so much, Tony
  17. Does anyone have an opinion on Dr. Mark McKenzie who has offices in Toronto and St. John's Canada?
  18. Does anyone have an opinion on Dr. Mark McKenzie who has offices in Toronto and St. John's Canada?
  19. Hi, Can you recommend the best doctors in Ontario? I have finally made my decision to do this and want to hopefully find the best surgeon in my area or surrounding (Toronto, Canada). My family physician recommended in order: 1) Dr. John Golahar 2) Dr. Paul Cotterhill 3) Dr. Seager Can you also share your experiences and opinions regarding these doctors? Thanks so much, Tony
  20. <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>When I got there for my consultation, however, I learned that Dr. Riggs was no longer associated with this practice. That was my first red flag... no one mentioned this until I flew in for the procedure. Instead, the work would be performed by Dr. Michael Markou. I know nothing about this guy and he may well be a fine surgeon, but I want my work done by a world-class physician, not some guy trying to gain experience. You made a good decision, TeddW2ds. I'm sure it would have been a whole lot easier to just say "what the heck" and just went ahead with it. Smart move.<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>I never even met with the doctor, only a consultant. This consultant, John Satino, was certainly a nice guy, very helpful and very informative, but I was leery about the fact that I didn't get to meet the doctor during my consultation. I called to cancel the procedure. I personally will never give any business to a doctor who uses a consultant, if I have to meet with the consultant instead of the doctor. Why in the world should I waste my time talking to a non-physician about my hair transplant needs? The consultant won't be there in the operating room during the surgery, to remind the doctor about everything that was discussed or agreed upon. I realize there are a couple of "recommended" doctors who use consultants in their office (Shapiro for example). I would never give my business to Dr. Shapiro if it was "required" that I have to talk to the doctor's salesman about my case, first. Either I can speak directly with the doctor who I am hiring, or forget it. If the doctor cannot make time to see me personally, I will use another doctor. I encourage other people to consider the same approach.
  21. I haven't had my transplant procedure yet, but I wanted to share my experience with two different Tampa-area clinics, which I just recently visited. I went to Tampa with the full intention of having the procedure done by the Hair and Scalp Laser Clinic in Clearwater. I had done about two years of reading and research and I felt comfortable with the reputation of Dr. Paul Riggs. When I got there for my consultation, however, I learned that Dr. Riggs was no longer associated with this practice. That was my first red flag... no one mentioned this until I flew in for the procedure. Instead, the work would be performed by Dr. Michael Markou. I know nothing about this guy and he may well be a fine surgeon, but I want my work done by a world-class physician, not some guy trying to gain experience. I never even met with the doctor, only a consultant. This consultant, John Satino, was certainly a nice guy, very helpful and very informative, but I was leery about the fact that I didn't get to meet the doctor during my consultation. I called to cancel the procedure. While I was there, though, I made an appointment with Dr. Paul Rose, who has a sterling reputation and is obviously one of the pre-eminent practitioners in this field. The contrast could not have been more apparent. His office was so accomodating (they got me in with just two days' notice), and Dr. Rose himself was very professional and thorough in his evaluation. He took the time to ask about my family history and my goals for my appearance. He took the time to thoroughly explain his techniques, drew in the outline of what would be my new hairline, and answered all my questions and even offered information I would not have thought of. There is a reason Dr. Rose has the stellar reputation he's got, and I will likely go with him for my procedure. He obviously cares a great deal about not only running his business, but also about creating truly magnificent looking hair.
  22. Hepcat: I used Dr. Rose this past July. Search my post. I hate to sound like a broken record, but he is great. John
  23. Well, I had work done by both. It's unforunate that I had to have sh*tty work, but it led me to Dr. Rose, which was great. I had a HT procedure done by Dr. Rose in July . Although it's too early to judge the final results, little hairs are sprouting all over. I can see the difference already. I am going out without a hat more often. I was a corrective patient. Bosley medical did my first two HT. They totally ruined my twenties. Dr. Rose is 100% genuine. He was also very sympathetic to my plight. Be safe, John
  24. I had a HT procedure done by Dr. Rose in July . Although it's too early to judge the final results, little hairs are sprouting all over. I can see the difference already. I am going out without a hat more often. I was a corrective patient. Bosley medical did my first two HT. They totally ruined my twenties. Dr. Rose is 100% genuine. He was also very sympathetic to my plight. Be safe, John
  25. <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>The problem is that what is written in these chat areas are not only taken as gospel Well, if we took the media's word as gospel, we'd all be going to the likes of Bosley or NuHart. You pick, television or this board. Personally, I know where my trust lies. But then, I'm not a doctor of HT surgery, thereofre I have no agenda other than to share raw facts of what I experienced = fact VS. a television ad with paid participants who would tell you that they had genital herpes for a few thousand bucks if asked to do so. <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR> This is ridiculous. I've been in the field for almost 9 years and I don't even know who the "best" surgeon is. Well, if you don't know who the "best surgeon is, then you DEFINITELY know who it isn't, right? Not to sound like a jerk, but the "best" surgeon is relative, but can you honestly say that a large group of people who have had better than excellent results from one such doctor doesn't put that doc in the running for "best" of what's out there at this partcular moment. I think it does. <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>I would not profer this to anyone, especially on a site like this where readers are already super sensitized by the pain of losing hair. Well, I wouldn't choose a doctor who spells the word PREFER with an "O" either. just kidding mate. Seriously though, that's where you are dead wrong, you don't find out about rape by asking a woman who has never been raped (harsh comparison, but yet so true). But then, I'm not one of those guys who criticizes gymnasts flipping 7 times in the air if they happen to land with their feet a little cock-eyed, because I sure as shite couldn't get anywhere near that. People losing their hair are EXACTLY the proper demographic that others should ask, because people losing their hair have gone through the procedures and know what it's all about. "super-sensitized" or not, at least they have experienced it and know their own personal results. <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>How is "best" defined anyway? By virtue of results? Number of procedures required? Pain? Density? Price? What!!? All of the above combined. <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>The truth is that it is impossible to rank surgeons who are experienced at FUs and really care about their work and their patients. No it's not, the stories here speak volumes in and of themselves. <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>It is unfair to lead the public into thinking hair transplant doctors can only be catagorized as honest vs. evil, or super-doctor vs. negligent bungler, as I have seen time and time again. I firmly and respectfully disagree with this assessment. Compare Bosley to Shapiro, BOOM, I'm right. <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>If you want proof of this, just look at the photographs on this site presented by the different doctors. Any doctor can choose the "cream of the crop" and use only those, plus, a photo is just that, only a photo. And being a designer, I could manipulate ANY photo ANY way I please. So that's just "bunk", no offense intended. <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Most look the same!!! Not true. <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>New York and can promise you that ALL of the surgeons listed on this website will not leave you with a regret. Wait, didn't you just state in the beginning that you don't think this site is beneficial?? Now you're telling people to trust it... we must be missing something here... <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>And ALL of the surgeons (yes I've met them all) are empathetic toward their patients and passionate about their work. Well, now I truly question your motives, because if you can honestly say that Dr. L Lee Bosley is truly passionate about his work, you aren't a very good judge of character. Exactly how many people do they have to butcher and churn out to qualify as being "passionate about their work" or "empathetic towards their patients"? How many times does their medical licence have to be put on probation or suspended before they qualify as a top doc? <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>It is now up to you to pick 2 or 3 and find which variation of method you like best, and with whom you are most comfortable. Simple as that. And this board is EXACTLY how they can do that. If you haven't noticed, the only true way to find most HT doctors out there is from the web, and any old cretin can make a site and claim to be a "god of HT surgery", but if it weren't for boards like this (the only one I have seen), nobody would know who to trust. <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>you also should see dr. feller. i have not seen his work, but i am impressed with is mind. Don't forget, many people were impressed with Theodore John Kaczynski's mind as well. Not to compare Dr. Feller with the unibomber, but gauging someone's mind over the quality, or lack thereof, of their work is a bad mistake. I mean, hey, I have a good mind and I am thinking of starting HT surgeries in my garage. Come on guys, I have a good mind, come see me for a consultation. Just a little sarcastic way to express a personal opinion, no harm intended and no offense meant by it. But seriously, this board is VERY helpful to many people, please don't knock it or the good that it does. It's because of this baord, and this one alone, that I am so personally pleased with the decision I made and I have absolutely no doubts that it was the right decision. Thanks.
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