The thing that bothers me in this field of medicine(BHT) is the term “robust” hairs… coined by Dr. Woods, used by a few doctors as a gauge to determine good quality BHT hair that would be provide a significant growth result.
Yet there are no clinical diagnostic tools to provide a quantitative/qualitative test to give definitive results if a patient has “robust” hairs.
The “robust” diagnosis relies upon the doctor… who has significant financial interest in the “robust” attributes of ones body hairs. The more patients I (the doctor) deem as having “robust” body hairs, that translates into more cash.
What are other posters thoughts.
I probably would not trust anyone other than Dr. Woods himself telling me that I do or do not have robust hairs.
I take that back. I would trust my own judgment also in my own mind of course because I am not a doctor… And that is based on the hundreds of BHT candidates I have seen and worked on in the past and developed a “gut” perception by just looking at a guy.
See where I am getting at. It is scary.