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John Frank
Works at Anapelli Hair Loss & Restoration Clinic
Attended OSU College of Medicine and Public Health
Lives in New York City
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5 Myths About African American Hair and Growth http://bit.ly/1CtQFUq
Help for African American women experiencing hair loss, thinning hair and edge loss after giving birth, from using certain styling products or from hairstyles.
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Types of Hair Loss Specific to Black Women http://bit.ly/1ta6vAB
What causes African-American hair, particularly type 4c hair, to be more prone to alopecia, hair loss, breakage, and damage?
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Female hair restoration surgery can be remarkably effective for women, but only for a minority of women who have a specific type of androgenetic alopecia
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Your hair has started to fall out. Will it stop or will it get worse? How can you tell? 
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Research Blogger @ ResearchBlogging.org, part of blogs.scientificamerican.com network is now syndicating some of my blog posts about hair loss and hair loss treatment
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We can now, in principle,  bio-engineer our own  fully functional hair follicles based on our own DNA. 
Looking at stem cells as a cure for baldness is hardly new, but being able to bio-engineer a hair follicle from one’s own DNA would represent a significant
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Help For African American Women With Thinning Edges http://bit.ly/1wO1XSU
Help for African American women experiencing hair loss, thinning hair and edge loss after giving birth, from using certain styling products or from hairstyles.
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I answered this question on realself.com
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You will start to lose your hair as you get older. There's no way to stop that. But -- can you slow it down? The answer is yes. 
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Bio-engineered hair follicles, based on our own DNA, have the potential to create an unlimited supply of hair follicles thus helping to both lower hair transplant costs and improve hair transplant outcomes
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What Does a Hair Transplant Cost & Why Does It Cost What It Costs? Great Question!
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I'm now a contributing editor to the IAHRS Info Center. This means I answer questions from real hair loss sufferers
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  • Anapelli Hair Loss & Restoration Clinic
    Hair Loss & Restoration Specialist, 2007 - present
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Leading New York City Hair Loss & Restoration Specialist
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  • OSU College of Medicine and Public Health
    Medicine, 1989 - 1992
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their customer / client service sucks. You can never reach anyone from admissions over the phone and when I went in person to apply for non-degree the one and only person that could help me wasn't in the office and they took down my information so that he can "contact me to set up an appointment" its been a week and no one has reached neither by phone nor via email. -__- this is why CUNY get a bad Rep because my initial university was actually quite prompt when assisting students...well at least someone always picked up the phone.
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Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
The service SUCKS. I made an order for 144 cupcakes. thats ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY FOUR beige cupcakes for my sister baby shower (for a boy I may add) we get there to pick them up. They hand us 12 (TWELVE!!) pink freakin cupcakes. -___- and instead of apologizing and getting to work they decided to argue -__- (wait but the argument -- not about that we got 12 instead of 144) the woman wanted to argue that the color wasnt pink -- thats their version of beige. -- we just stood there and waiting almost 2 hours for them to decorate 144 chocolate cupcakes and they didnt even offer a discount smh. HORRIBLE never again. apparently its not the first time my friend order for a sweet 16 and they got the order all wrong as well and began to argue. screw them
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Food was DELICIOUS and our waiter Hernan (i believe the young mans name was) = phenomenal. He was adorable and kind. Great customer service, great food, and great atmosphere.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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its such a small space and the Asian waitress (the one that looks like Chao from MadTV) is so rude. She is more than aware that it is a small space - no need for rudeness especially if we're just hanging out and having some drinks. Ugh she ruined my experience and gave me an attitude. We refused to give them any more $ and left after our last drink. The bartender was a sweet heart tough and SO was the bouncer.. Great atmosphere but she was rude.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
$9.50 for a lunch special that doesnt included a beverage? yeah ... that doesnt make sense & the counter person was so rude. keeping in mind the rice was salty. but I woldve gotten over the saltiness if the women wasnt so nasty.
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reviewed a year ago