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ATTN - HAIRTECH - ISHRS Meting - Las Vegas


#1

Hello HairTech,

Was wondering if you were in Vegas at the ongoing ISHRS meeting?

If so, would you be able to provide some “live” feedback?

Many at the HT and HM boards are interested in the cell therapy discussions relative to ARI and Intercytex.

Thanks-


#2

Hair King that was going to be my master plan to go to the ISHRS meeting this year but I am unable to attend. I appologize for this. :frowning:


#3

Dr. Umar,

Did you attend this year’s ISHRS ? Care to share your experiences with us ?


#4

http://www.ishrs.org/15thAnnualMeeting.html


#5

It will go all the way until next Sunday.


#6

» It will go all the way until next Sunday.

Yep, it takes quite a while to spend all our money down at the casino:lookaround: and at the chicken ranch :yes:


#7

I have a feeling the impact of this year’s meeting could be quite substantial for the future role/understanding of BHT in many aspects . Call it a gut feeling !

19,000 grafts by Dr Umar
www.myhairtransformation.com


#8

Heliboy…

WHat do you think came out at the meeting?:slight_smile:


#9

» Heliboy…
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» WHat do you think came out at the meeting?:slight_smile:

you mean that many reputable surgeons are actually members of this organization?

are there qualifications ? or you are a member if you pay the dues and call yourself a hair transplant surgeon. If there are no board exams, which I am sure there are not, then the only qualification is to pay the dues. in which case this organization is more a marketing tool than anythihg else


#10

“are there qualifications ? or you are a member if you pay the dues and call yourself a hair transplant surgeon. If there are no board exams, which I am sure there are not, then the only qualification is to pay the dues. in which case this organization is more a marketing tool than anythihg else”

Most, if not all, professional organizations do not administer any type of exam for membership. Professionals are required to pass exams (usually based on competency) in order to become certified by their respective states or governments. Professional organizations foster career development and innovation and are, by no means, meant to “certify” anyone as a professional in his or her respective field.