Fist let me say I love this blog and think you are do a wonderful thing by informing people about the many dynamics of hair loss.
I noticed you mentioned and have recently posted about hair cloning as a future treatment for hair loss. I was wondering, let’s say in the next 5 years, there is a big break through with hair cloning and it becomes widely available as a safe treatment for hair loss. What then will happen to hair transplants? Wouldn’t that be bad for the NHI or would your practice just shift to hair cloning and stop doing transplants?
The specialty of today’s hair transplant surgeons can become tomorrow’s hair cloners. Who else would be sitting at the cutting edge and wanting to make the market happen?
When the flying car becomes commonplace like everyone has been wishing/hoping for 50+ years, I’m sure the major automakers will be right there at the forefront. As the industry evolves, those that blazed trails aren’t likely to just disappear.