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Spencer David Kobren's New Book Is Available On Hair Loss For Women

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HairBoutique.com's favorite hair loss consumer expert, Spencer David Kobren's has a brand new book that deals with the hair loss issues of Women.

Spencer's new book, The Truth About Women's Hair Loss, was released the first week of January 2000 and is now available for ordering from Amazon.com.

Spencer outdid himself in his latest work on hair loss issues. As always, Spencer was very concerned about providing the consumer with as much helpful information as possible. His latest book focuses on hair loss in women and provides helpful information as well as treatments to avoid.

As Spencer points out in his new book for women, "when it comes to female hair loss, the primary issue is that women feel that they are all alone, that no one else is suffering from the condition when, in fact, it is a very common affliction among all women, with more than twenty million affected by various kinds of hair loss in the United States alone".

0671024892_m.gif (7812 bytes)Check out Spencer's book if you get a chance. Although it is hard to imagine, it is possible that Spencer has outdone even his first book on hair loss which was The Bald Truth, also available from Amazon.com.

Congratulations to Spencer on the release of his latest book. We know it will be a best seller and will help many women find some of the answers that they are seeking.

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- Revised Publication Date: 03/09/10

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