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PRP For Hair Loss: Are All Procedures Created Equal?


While PRP for hair loss can work very well, in most cases patients are not even getting real PRP. Watch this video to find out the real story on PRP, and where you can go to get the proper treatment.

The American Hair Loss Association has warned hair loss consumers for years that not all PRP is created equal, and in fact most of what is being promoted both in the hair loss world and more recently in the mainstream, dermatology and cosmetic surgery space is completely worthless. Founder of the AHLA, Spencer Kobren speaks with International Alliance of Hair Restoration Surgeons(IAHRS) founding member, Paul T. Rose, MD, about his latest research exposing the unfortunate reality that many being treated with PRP in the aesthetic space are simply throwing their hard earned money and hope down the drain.

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