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FUE? What\'s up with Gho?


#1

First, let me say that I’m a bit surprised that my comment created such controversy, especially since the controversy had nothing to do with my statement.

Second, I’m impressed with the results of FUE, but the one thing I don’t like about it is when the folical is harvested, it’s gone for good. Now, I visited a derm. Dr. who specialized in hair (on of the top ones in my area), and he told me I wouldn’t be a candidate for FUE because the hairs in the back are too spread out, leaving to little to work with. As I recall (and as I researched at Gho’s site), Gho created a technique that would remove only part of the folicle, the harvested partial folical would still be viable in the transplant area, and would regrow (he states a 70% recovery in the doner area).

Do we have ANY verification of this at all? Other than Gho, has anyone else confirmed the claim? In journals, perhaps? Hairsite, if you’re still out there (and it’s been a long time since we’ve communicated), what so you? You went to Gho a long time ago for your own treatment (though it was pre-hair recovery - how did it work out for you these many years?). You developed a good relationship with Gho, as I recall. Any inside scoop?


#2

» First, let me say that I’m a bit surprised that my comment created such
» controversy, especially since the controversy had nothing to do with my
» statement.
»
» Second, I’m impressed with the results of FUE, but the one thing I don’t
» like about it is when the folical is harvested, it’s gone for good. Now, I
» visited a derm. Dr. who specialized in hair (on of the top ones in my
» area), and he told me I wouldn’t be a candidate for FUE because the hairs
» in the back are too spread out, leaving to little to work with. As I
» recall (and as I researched at Gho’s site), Gho created a technique that
» would remove only part of the folicle, the harvested partial folical would
» still be viable in the transplant area, and would regrow (he states a 70%
» recovery in the doner area).
»
» Do we have ANY verification of this at all? Other than Gho, has anyone
» else confirmed the claim? In journals, perhaps? Hairsite, if you’re still
» out there (and it’s been a long time since we’ve communicated), what so
» you? You went to Gho a long time ago for your own treatment (though
» it was pre-hair recovery - how did it work out for you these many years?).
» You developed a good relationship with Gho, as I recall. Any inside scoop?

Did any see this post?


#3

» » First, let me say that I’m a bit surprised that my comment created such
» » controversy, especially since the controversy had nothing to do with my
» » statement.
» »
» » Second, I’m impressed with the results of FUE, but the one thing I
» don’t
» » like about it is when the folical is harvested, it’s gone for good.
» Now, I
» » visited a derm. Dr. who specialized in hair (on of the top ones in my
» » area), and he told me I wouldn’t be a candidate for FUE because the
» hairs
» » in the back are too spread out, leaving to little to work with. As I
» » recall (and as I researched at Gho’s site), Gho created a technique
» that
» » would remove only part of the folicle, the harvested partial folical
» would
» » still be viable in the transplant area, and would regrow (he states a
» 70%
» » recovery in the doner area).
» »
» » Do we have ANY verification of this at all? Other than Gho, has anyone
» » else confirmed the claim? In journals, perhaps? Hairsite, if you’re
» still
» » out there (and it’s been a long time since we’ve communicated), what so
» » you? You went to Gho a long time ago for your own treatment
» (though
» » it was pre-hair recovery - how did it work out for you these many
» years?).
» » You developed a good relationship with Gho, as I recall. Any inside
» scoop?
»
»
» Did any see this post?

Gho is widely regarded as a fraud.


#4

» First, let me say that I’m a bit surprised that my comment created such
» controversy, especially since the controversy had nothing to do with my
» statement.
»
» Second, I’m impressed with the results of FUE, but the one thing I don’t
» like about it is when the folical is harvested, it’s gone for good. Now, I
» visited a derm. Dr. who specialized in hair (on of the top ones in my
» area), and he told me I wouldn’t be a candidate for FUE because the hairs
» in the back are too spread out, leaving to little to work with. As I
» recall (and as I researched at Gho’s site), Gho created a technique that
» would remove only part of the folicle, the harvested partial folical would
» still be viable in the transplant area, and would regrow (he states a 70%
» recovery in the doner area).
»
» Do we have ANY verification of this at all? Other than Gho, has anyone
» else confirmed the claim? In journals, perhaps? Hairsite, if you’re still
» out there (and it’s been a long time since we’ve communicated), what so
» you? You went to Gho a long time ago for your own treatment (though
» it was pre-hair recovery - how did it work out for you these many years?).
» You developed a good relationship with Gho, as I recall. Any inside scoop?

It’s a good concept, but it’s very expensive, and I have yet to see any pictures.

» Gho is widely regarded as a fraud.

Gho had innovative ideas (previously), but he didn’t have the know-how to bring them to commercial reality. Copernicus theorized the earth wasn’t at the center of the universe, but he couldn’t substantiate his findings. Did that make him a fraud? If having ideas makes one a fraud than this whole damn planet is one big scam.

.


#5

» » First, let me say that I’m a bit surprised that my comment created such
» » controversy, especially since the controversy had nothing to do with my
» » statement.
» »
» » Second, I’m impressed with the results of FUE, but the one thing I
» don’t
» » like about it is when the folical is harvested, it’s gone for good.
» Now, I
» » visited a derm. Dr. who specialized in hair (on of the top ones in my
» » area), and he told me I wouldn’t be a candidate for FUE because the
» hairs
» » in the back are too spread out, leaving to little to work with. As I
» » recall (and as I researched at Gho’s site), Gho created a technique
» that
» » would remove only part of the folicle, the harvested partial folical
» would
» » still be viable in the transplant area, and would regrow (he states a
» 70%
» » recovery in the doner area).
» »
» » Do we have ANY verification of this at all? Other than Gho, has anyone
» » else confirmed the claim? In journals, perhaps? Hairsite, if you’re
» still
» » out there (and it’s been a long time since we’ve communicated), what so
» » you? You went to Gho a long time ago for your own treatment
» (though
» » it was pre-hair recovery - how did it work out for you these many
» years?).
» » You developed a good relationship with Gho, as I recall. Any inside
» scoop?
»
» It’s a good concept, but it’s very expensive, and I have yet to see any
» pictures.
»
»
»
» » Gho is widely regarded as a fraud.
»
» Gho had innovative ideas (previously), but he didn’t have the know-how to
» bring them to commercial reality. Copernicus theorized the earth wasn’t at
» the center of the universe, but he couldn’t substantiate his findings. Did
» that make him a fraud? If having ideas makes one a fraud than this whole
» damn planet is one big scam.
»
»
» .

Not biting.


#6

» » First, let me say that I’m a bit surprised that my comment created such
» » controversy, especially since the controversy had nothing to do with my
» » statement.
» »
» » Second, I’m impressed with the results of FUE, but the one thing I
» don’t
» » like about it is when the folical is harvested, it’s gone for good.
» Now, I
» » visited a derm. Dr. who specialized in hair (on of the top ones in my
» » area), and he told me I wouldn’t be a candidate for FUE because the
» hairs
» » in the back are too spread out, leaving to little to work with. As I
» » recall (and as I researched at Gho’s site), Gho created a technique
» that
» » would remove only part of the folicle, the harvested partial folical
» would
» » still be viable in the transplant area, and would regrow (he states a
» 70%
» » recovery in the doner area).
» »
» » Do we have ANY verification of this at all? Other than Gho, has anyone
» » else confirmed the claim? In journals, perhaps? Hairsite, if you’re
» still
» » out there (and it’s been a long time since we’ve communicated), what so
» » you? You went to Gho a long time ago for your own treatment
» (though
» » it was pre-hair recovery - how did it work out for you these many
» years?).
» » You developed a good relationship with Gho, as I recall. Any inside
» scoop?
»
»
» Did any see this post?

Vukedlok,

If you search this forum under “Gho” (and especially read the posts by a poster called James Bond) I think you will find a lot of good information about Gho’s new technique.

I actually spoke to Gho earlier this year. He offered to set up a meeting with some of his patients (one of which I conversed with via email, and who was extremely happy) but then the credit crisis hit and I was bogged with work.

Worth investigating further I think.


#7

» » » First, let me say that I’m a bit surprised that my comment created
» such
» » » controversy, especially since the controversy had nothing to do with
» my
» » » statement.
» » »
» » » Second, I’m impressed with the results of FUE, but the one thing I
» » don’t
» » » like about it is when the folical is harvested, it’s gone for good.
» » Now, I
» » » visited a derm. Dr. who specialized in hair (on of the top ones in my
» » » area), and he told me I wouldn’t be a candidate for FUE because the
» » hairs
» » » in the back are too spread out, leaving to little to work with. As I
» » » recall (and as I researched at Gho’s site), Gho created a technique
» » that
» » » would remove only part of the folicle, the harvested partial folical
» » would
» » » still be viable in the transplant area, and would regrow (he states a
» » 70%
» » » recovery in the doner area).
» » »
» » » Do we have ANY verification of this at all? Other than Gho, has
» anyone
» » » else confirmed the claim? In journals, perhaps? Hairsite, if you’re
» » still
» » » out there (and it’s been a long time since we’ve communicated), what
» so
» » » you? You went to Gho a long time ago for your own treatment
» » (though
» » » it was pre-hair recovery - how did it work out for you these many
» » years?).
» » » You developed a good relationship with Gho, as I recall. Any inside
» » scoop?
» »
» » It’s a good concept, but it’s very expensive, and I have yet to see any
» » pictures.
» »
» »
» »
» » » Gho is widely regarded as a fraud.
» »
» » Gho had innovative ideas (previously), but he didn’t have the know-how
» to
» » bring them to commercial reality. Copernicus theorized the earth wasn’t
» at
» » the center of the universe, but he couldn’t substantiate his findings.
» Did
» » that make him a fraud? If having ideas makes one a fraud than this
» whole
» » damn planet is one big scam.
» »
» »
» » .
»
» Not biting.

Substantiate your statement.