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#1

Man Doing Well After Double Arm Transplant

http://www.livescience.com/health/081008-ap-arm-transplant.html

I notice he’s lucky enough in his fifties to still have a full head of hair.

Now he’ll be able to comb it again.


#2

Haha,i’m from Germany and i see this man very much in the news!I think this man have other problems than his Hair and he is lucky to be alive,with or without hair!
I think your post is very big sh*t,sorry


#3

» Man Doing Well After Double Arm Transplant
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» http://www.livescience.com/health/081008-ap-arm-transplant.html
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» I notice he’s lucky enough in his fifties to still have a full head of
» hair.
»
» Now he’ll be able to comb it again.


#4

» Man Doing Well After Double Arm Transplant
»
» http://www.livescience.com/health/081008-ap-arm-transplant.html
»
» I notice he’s lucky enough in his fifties to still have a full head of
» hair.
»
» Now he’ll be able to comb it again.

He kept all his hair because he didn’t have his hands to shampoo it with! :smiley: :stuck_out_tongue:


#5

» » Man Doing Well After Double Arm Transplant
» »
» » http://www.livescience.com/health/081008-ap-arm-transplant.html
» »
» » I notice he’s lucky enough in his fifties to still have a full head of
» » hair.
» »
» » Now he’ll be able to comb it again.
»
» He kept all his hair because he didn’t have his hands to shampoo it with!
» :smiley: :stuck_out_tongue:

Or use Minox!
But we can see,there many more problems than hairloss in the world!
But i hope a cure is only a few years away!


#6

» » » Man Doing Well After Double Arm Transplant
» » »
» » » http://www.livescience.com/health/081008-ap-arm-transplant.html
» » »
» » » I notice he’s lucky enough in his fifties to still have a full head
» of
» » » hair.
» » »
» » » Now he’ll be able to comb it again.
» »
» » He kept all his hair because he didn’t have his hands to shampoo it
» with!
» » :smiley: :stuck_out_tongue:
»
» Or use Minox!
» But we can see,there many more problems than hairloss in the world!
» But i hope a cure is only a few years away!

If I knew when I went bald 35 years ago, what the future of a baldness cure would hold, I’d have rather died than have lived all those years, from youth to nearing old age, bald.

How much more serious can it get?


#7

When I started losing hair in the 1980s, if someone had told me then that in the faraway year of 2008 medical science would be able to give both arms back to people who had them cut off … yet still wouldn’t be able to grow my hair back, I would not have believed it. It’s amazing.


#8

» When I started losing hair in the 1980s, if someone had told me then that
» in the faraway year of 2008 medical science would be able to give both arms
» back to people who had them cut off … yet still wouldn’t be able
» to grow my hair back, I would not have believed it. It’s amazing

But the arms were transplanted from someone else and won’t ever be like the person’s own original arms. You could also have a full head of hair if you’re willing to endure getting a transplant from a dead person, take immunosuppressants for the rest of your life and risk organ rejection anyway.


#9

» » When I started losing hair in the 1980s, if someone had told me then
» that
» » in the faraway year of 2008 medical science would be able to give both
» arms
» » back to people who had them cut off … yet still wouldn’t be
» able
» » to grow my hair back, I would not have believed it. It’s amazing
»
» But the arms were transplanted from someone else and won’t ever be like
» the person’s own original arms. You could also have a full head of hair if
» you’re willing to endure getting a transplant from a dead person, take
» immunosuppressants for the rest of your life and risk organ rejection
» anyway.

In hindsight, and in all objectivity, based on the damage done to my life by baldness all these decades (this includes living like a hermit, the loss of millions or even tens of millions of unearned dollars, etc.)–in all OBJECTIVITY, having had a scalp transplant would have been a potentially less damaging course.


#10

» » » When I started losing hair in the 1980s, if someone had told me then
» » that
» » » in the faraway year of 2008 medical science would be able to give
» both
» » arms
» » » back to people who had them cut off … yet still wouldn’t be
» » able
» » » to grow my hair back, I would not have believed it. It’s amazing
» »
» » But the arms were transplanted from someone else and won’t ever be like
» » the person’s own original arms. You could also have a full head of hair
» if
» » you’re willing to endure getting a transplant from a dead person, take
» » immunosuppressants for the rest of your life and risk organ rejection
» » anyway.
»
» In hindsight, and in all objectivity, based on the damage done to my life
» by baldness all these decades (this includes living like a hermit, the loss
» of millions or even tens of millions of unearned dollars, etc.)–in all
» OBJECTIVITY, having had a scalp transplant would have been a potentially
» less damaging course.

i really wonder how it can happen, that someone gets a life like this…something must be wrong in the matrix or with god (whatever you believe in). from everyone i know, i never heard such a story. it almost sounds like a horror movie. too grotesque to be real.

i mean ya , you dont look better without hair, but that you fail like this in life coz of hairloss, is so grotesque. the worst of all is , i believe you that you dont make fun with us and i believe you that you are real and no troll. crazy.