The purpose behind Hair Loss Cure 2020 (HLC2020) is to cover the latest news and developments in regards to a cure for hair loss. Hair loss treatments for both men and women are also analyzed in detail.
Hair transplant and hair restoration procedures are also covered regularly. For those with major hair loss, hair transplants currently offer the most effective solution to their problem. HLC2020 gets advice from some of the most renowned doctors and hair transplant surgeons in the world. All of them are members of the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS).
We are also in regular contact with some of the world’s leading hair loss research centers. These include researchers ranging from: prestigious universities such as Harvard University and Yale University; to renowned research centers such as Riken and Sanford-Burnham; to governmental labs and hospitals.
Our mission and goal is to aid in the search for a hair loss cure. This blog can help further progress via enabling the free flow of information. Open communication in one place between all interested parties will hopefully be of good use.
I am not employed in the hair loss industry, am not a physician, and am not an expert in biology or medicine. All of my opinions should be taken with a grain of salt. Any hair loss treatment related decision that you make should only be taken after consultation with a medical professional such as a dermatologist.
Your personal decisions should definitely not be based on my opinions and conclusions. Moreover, you should read many other hair loss blogs and forums out there, rather than just trust the opinions of one blog author such as myself.
To contact us, please use our contact us page. We will respond to your questions or comments only if relevant and appropriate. It is usually better if you share your thoughts in a comment to one of the posts on this blog. This would help other hair loss sufferers too.
I accept ads from numerous sources, including from: Google Adsense and Amazon; “natural” product vendors; hair transplant surgeons; laser device manufacturers; clinics offering platelet-rich plasma (PRP) treatments; and more. This does not mean that I endorse any products or procedures that are in those ads. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases.
In almost all cases, I have never tried those products or procedures on myself. Some could be unsafe and some vendors could be unreliable. Unfortunately, without advertising income, I can never devote enough time (often 20 hours in a week) to this blog. You should always do your own detailed research on hair growth related products or procedures that you are considering.
All content on this blog is copyrighted and should not be used without my permission. Thank you for your cooperation in this matter.