When people feel they must resort to insults and unrelated accusations it means that there is nothing of substance to support their position, and your response to my points is a classic example of polemic debate. Marx would be proud.
Because I am paid by several doctors that I support, none of which make the same claim of inventing body hair transplantation as Dr. Poswal does, this makes me a liar? Because I am defending a doctor that I say did in fact invent body hair transplantation (and I have zero financial ties to), this makes me a liar? Your logic is unusual. What is it exactly that I’m lying about? About Dr. Woods or something else? You’ve not made this clear, so if you’re going to call me a liar, please explain what I’m lying about and how it makes me wrong about historical fact.
The point you seem to miss is that Woods committed a fraud to attract patients much like Bazan and Gho with their hair multiplication by neither teaching other doctors (unlike Dr Arvind who trained you know which doctor from LA.) and by not putting the body hair in an isolated patch.
How does training doctors validate a claim? This makes no sense. It appears that your position is that because you placed body hair into a bald patch, that this is the only way to validate the existence of a procedure. If this is your point, then you are wrong. Is your claim of fraud because you believe that Dr. Woods did not actually transplant any body hair to the patient’s scalp or is it because you believe that none of the grafts grew? Or do you instead believe that the entire procedure was fantasy and no patient exists to begin with? I believe the real difference is that Dr. Woods wrote about his experience after the fact, while helping a patient that had no further scalp donor to repair prior work. You, however, had a patient that was no different than a lab rat in, admittedly, more formal experimental conditions. This doesn’t invalidate the experiences of Dr. Woods, nor should they.
Regarding an LA doctor that Dr. Poswal trained, I’m not aware of any… I am aware of one further South in Redondo Beach, but I don’t see what this has to do with anything.
You’re mistaken about Dr. Woods and training. He did offer training at one point. It is poorly documented, but it is a fact nonetheless.
By accepting that you work as paid mentor to other doctors you proved me correct.
That is why our removing the blinds from eyes of readers is required.
What does this prove you to be correct about? What “blinds” are you referring? Are you under the impression that you’ve revealed a big secret that no one else knew? That’s like saying that Hairsite.com has proven you correct because there is a list of doctors that pay to participate here. Remember, Hairsite.com recognizes Dr. Woods as the inventor of BHT as well. Does the Hairsite.com list of doctors make their recognition invalid? Does this make Hairsite.com a website of lies? This is only in accordance with your logic about me, so the question is fair.
So how much do you get paid per patient from the doctor list on your mentor blog? How much for this distraction and removing our posts.
A. What does this have to do with our discussion? I do not get paid per patient. I never have, not when I worked for H&W, not when I worked for Rahal, and not now while working for myself. I do not push patients to any specific doctor nor do I encourage patients to have surgery. Surgery is always the last resort.
B. How did I remove your posts? What posts? I don’t even know what this means, but you’re implying I have back end administrative privileges that allow me to delete posts at will? Are you accusing me of having undisclosed involvement with Hairsite.com? Are you truly this paranoid?
There are good doctors. I openly admit that if you want to get ht done elsewhere you can go to woods, cole, umar, h&w, Heitman, Mwamba, Bisanga. None of them have you on their paylist.
You just called Dr. Woods a fraud, but now he’s a “good doctor”? Please make up your mind. I’m also certain that if you were to ask any of the doctors you just listed, they would all tell you that Dr. Woods was the first. Dr. Mwamba and Dr. Bisanga confirmed this at a conference in Vancouver in 2016 where Dr. Bisanga presented Dr. Woods with a lifetime achievement award for creating FUE and BHT. I also attended and was witness to this presentation. Dr. Cole also gave credit in this post…
Hope you will remember that the world’s first facial hair to scalp transplant was documented on hairsite since feb 2006 and that we are inventors of it or one day you will come up saying no even that was done by someone else.
Unfortunately I cannot remember that. While Histig transplanted beard hair to the scalp in 2003, as documented by the ISHRS, it was not through the use of FUE, so technically your claim is incorrect. Using FUE punches, perhaps you are correct, but that is not the purpose of this discussion. However, the interesting part of your question revolves around your use of Hairsite.com for validation. You do not acknowledge the legitimacy of Hairsite.com giving Dr. Woods credit as the inventor of BHT and you point to your published paper as the proof that Dr. Poswal is the inventor of BHT. However, you wish to use Hairsite.com to validate your own legitimacy for the first beard to scalp transplant because it was documented here first, just like Dr. Wood’s’s case of BHT was documented here first. Either Hairsite.com’s acknowledgement is legitimate, or it is not. Which is it?
The storm of accusations you’ve made against me simply because I said you did not invent BHT is an exercise in behavioural observation for me. It’s fascinating.