Women who lose hair struggle with identity
Shirley Berger holds a photo of herself taken at Venice Beach, Calif., in 1960. She's about 20 in the picture and looks like Elizabeth Taylor: the same thick eyebrows and upturned nose.
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#1 Sep 27, 2011
Women more than men do struggle with their identity if they lose their hair. For men, losing one's hair is considered a part of aging and is almost expected from men, but not from women. My name is Steve Cook and I am a hair loss expert and I have been helping men and women get their hair back for over 25 years. The good news is that women can get their hair back with a hair transplant. For more information and to see how Dr. Brett Bolton, the industry's Magic Man, can help you go to www.greathairtransplants.com . And women you don't have to lose your identity, get it back with a simple transplant.
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