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Using Your Own Blood To Regrow Hair

The secret to a full thick head of hair might come from your own blood.   Hair restoration specialist Dr. Joseph Greco of Greco Hair Surgery located in Florida, is working with a new experimental home grown elixir to help those suffering from a variety of hair loss diseases such as alopecia or lupus related hair loss.

Greco's home grown elixir involves using a syringe of the patient's own blood.  Two proteins are removed from the patient's blood and act as scaffolds, trapping growth factors and stem cells.

Before putting the scaffolds in place, the patient first goes through a process called micro-needling.

The first protein removed from the patient's blood is PRP, short for platelet rich plasma. It contains stem cells, growth factors and cell fragments used in clotting.

The second protein removed is platelet poor plasma, which typically goes to waste, but by using filters, Dr. Greco creates a super concentrated solution called oro-gen plus, made specifically for the patient based on their own blood.

"The more we learn about growth factor, stem cell and cellular therapy..the sky's the limit," said Greco.  This new treatment is helping "hard to treat patients" re–grow hair, and it's working for both men and women.

For more information about the treatment which costs approximately $1,000, contact Dr. Grego at:  1-888-473-2648 or visit his website at:

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