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Two recent studies from South Korea crossed our desk suggest that nature might offer promising options for people seeking ways to get ..read more
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For decades women and men have banked their eggs and sperm, respectively, for potential use in future invitro fertilization procedures. ..read more
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Anyone interested in the science related to hair restoration should get acquainted with the concept of 3D printed biodegradable scaffolds ..read more
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Science appears to be moving closer to a future in which surgeons, such as Dr. Bernard Arocha of Arocha Hair Restoration, have unlimited ..read more
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Science appears to be moving closer to a future in which surgeons, such as Dr. Bernard Arocha of Arocha Hair Restoration, have unlimited ..read more
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The latest news in hair restoration research comes from Aclaris Therapeutics, Inc., which has released results of its Phase 2 clinical ..read more
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A rash of recent news stories has sparked a lot of interest among men in using minoxidil (brand name Rogaine) to grow facial hair. Stories ..read more
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For as long as we at Arocha Hair Restoration have been helping people seeking ways to prevent hair loss and regrow hair, we’ve seen wave ..read more
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It’s not always easy to figure out whether information coming from pharmaceutical companies is promising or should be considered a ..read more
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It was nearly 22 years ago that the FDA approved Propecia (finasteride) to slow or stop the rate of hair loss and regrow hair. That was the ..read more

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