I just wanted to update that I e-mailed several doctors about Acell. Here are the doctors (and their e-mail addresses that I sent the information to:
info@ fellermedical.com <strong>Feller Medical</strong> email@example.com <strong>Le Visage </strong> hair_grafts@ yahoo.com <strong>Hair Transplant Center, Inc</strong> firstname.lastname@example.org <strong>Hairclub </strong> Drmattl@ Leavittmgt.com <strong>Dr. Leavitt </strong> dflodine@ brandymd.com <strong>Dr. Brandy </strong> webmaster@ forhair.com <strong>Dr. Cole </strong> physicianrecruitment@ bosley.com <strong> Bosley </strong> info@ ghoclinicpraha.cz <strong>Dr. Gho </strong> info@ americanhairinstitute.com <strong>American Hair Institute </strong> email@example.com <strong>Gardel Hair Restoration </strong> firstname.lastname@example.org <strong>AestheticMd</strong> drdorin@ hairlossdoctors.com <strong> True and Dorin </strong> drtrue@ hairlossdoctors.com <strong>True and Dorin</strong> lehr@ norwood-lehr.com <strong>Norwood and Lehr </strong> info@ thehairlosscure.com <strong> Dr. Paul Rose </strong> doctor@ hairgrowthdoctor.com <strong> Dr. Paul McAndrews </strong> info@ affordablehairtransplants.com<strong>Affordable Hair Transplants </strong> rahalhairtransplant@ gmail.com <strong> Dr. Rahal </strong> email@example.com <strong> ISHRS </strong> doctorb@ baumanmedical.com <strong> Dr. Bauman </strong> firstname.lastname@example.org <strong>HDC Medical Trichology Center</strong> drumar@ dermhairclinic.com <strong> Dr. Umar </strong> woodsmd@ thewoodstechnique.com <strong>Dr. Woods </strong> info@ torontohairdoctor.com <strong>Dr. Robert Jones </strong>
Email Sent to Doctors
With the extensive demand placed upon medical professionals today, I’m sure that it is difficult to keep up with the advancing technology in medical field. With companies such as Intercytex and Andrans working on hair multiplication and hair transplant doctors refining techniques in their field, it seems that the field of hair restoration is advancing at at rapid pace.
I follow advancements in the field on a website called “Hairsite”. Many informed members post there often and share information about any new information that they have learned about the field of hair restoration. Many hair transplant doctors post there also.
I (and my twin brother) have had hair transplants several years ago. The first transplant that we had was performed when we were 20 years old (we’re 37 now). Since then, we each have had three more surgeries. Although we are both somewhat happy with our results, we’ve come to the conclusion that we cannot achieve a FULL head of hair with limited donor region. Because of this, we are waiting for better technology to arrive.
Anyways, the point of my message to you is about Acell. My brother and I
have posted several times (on hairsite) about this technology. We are both cautiously
optimistic about this product. I called the company and spoke to a man
named XXXXXXXXX who spent 10-15 minutes on the phone with me and, at
the end of the conversation, I was even more excited about this product. To
me, the Acell extracellular biomatrix MIGHT be the answer to the limitless
donor area that HT patients (who have extensive hair loss) need.
Here are some links to the company:
Here is a great video to watch:
Here are some pictures of tissue regeneration (WITH HAIR):
What’s even more exciting is the fact that this product is already on the
market in certain areas of medicine. I believe that there is a need for
someone to bridge the gap between this technology and the HT community. I
hope you can start that trend.
I live in the Pittsburgh area and am willing to do anything necessary to
assist in this process. I believe that research is being conducted at UPMC
(in Pittsburgh) and plan on contacting them also. I would appreciate any
direction that you can give in exploring this product more closely.