Posted December 03, 2018 05:07:50A Mississauga woman is facing charges after a transgender woman was taken from her hospital bed and transplanted onto her face and body.A 24-year-old woman was treated in Mississauga General Hospital for a cut on her left cheek that was caused by an accident.She was transported to St. Michael's Hospital in Etobicoke where she was treated for the condition and then ...
A new study has found that those who have lost a lost their hair transplant have the chance of returning to normal in about three years.
Dr. Jennifer L. Toth, a researcher at the University of Chicago’s School of Medicine, says she and her colleagues examined the outcomes of 462 people who lost their transplants between 2002 and 2014.
They found that while the transplants were often successful, they did not always lead to full recovery.
The researchers say the results should encourage people who may have lost their transplant to seek help.
Tuth said in a statement: “This is an important milestone for many patients and we want to thank all of our patients who gave so much time, effort and effort to getting a transplant.
The research also has potential to help prevent people who are at risk of complications and/or complications from having to go through the process again.”
Toth said that while there are still barriers to getting the hair transplant done, she hopes the findings will encourage more people to consider surgery and will help to improve the health of those who are already on the transplant list.