Dr. Cole Platelet Rich Plasma PRP Hair Trial
Dr. Cole is looking for suitable applicants to join a study on Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) and its effects on hair growth and baldness. The study will evaluate multiple methods of thrombin activation.
The trial is not suitable for those who are currently taking any of the following medications: Propecia, Avodart, Rogaine, Aspirin, or Non-Steroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs.
The test subjects chosen to take part in this study will receive 3 rounds of PRP injections. The participants will be evaluated at 6 and 12 months interval.
Platelet Rich Plasma protocol uses the patient's own blood as growth factors in the treatment of hair loss or thinning hair. The treatment involves drawing of the patient's own blood and is generally considered as non invasive because the patient is not required to go through an actual surgery for hair restoration.
Platelet Rich Plasma has been used in many other disciplines of medicines over the years. It is only recently that doctors and clinics discover the potential of PRP in the treatment of hair loss.
This is a free trial. As with all trials and experiments, please be aware that the treatment is still considered unproven so readers should exercise caution and do thorough research before enrolling in the trial. There is no guarantee what kind of results one may obtain from this trial and there might be unknown side effects or undesirable results. It is also a good idea to consult your own physician for advice before making a decision.
To enroll or for more details, email email@example.com. Please note that trial may be concluded or suspended at any point without notice. We do not guarantee that there will always be opening for trial participants.
This announcement was first publicized in our community forum, click Dr. Cole free Platelet Rich Plasma hair trial.