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New York State has accepted the first of a two-year trial program to try to find a solution to a hair transplant problem that has left many people with hair in places that could be used for shaving or combing.
The program is aimed at a growing number of people with a genetic mutation that makes it easier for hair to grow out of the scalp, but the condition has been difficult to treat.
The first patient to undergo the procedure in New York is a man who has lost more than 40% of his hair.
The condition, called hyperplasia, is caused by a mutation that increases the density of hair follicles in the scalp.
It is estimated that as many as 3 million people have this mutation.
Patients can suffer from hair loss and other symptoms including baldness, hair loss at the base of the head, and a hair loss that is so severe it can cause the patient to lose their voice.
This is a story of a man whose hair had been growing and growing in place for a number of years.
But he also had a genetic disorder that causes the loss of hair on the scalp when the cells are not used for the growth of new hair, the Associated Press reported.
Doctors had tried transplanting his hair, but he was unable to do so due to a genetic condition that was making the transplants impossible.
The new trial program will try to determine how to treat the condition in patients who do not have this genetic mutation.
The procedure could be performed in New Jersey or New York.
The patients would have to undergo a blood test to see if they have the genetic mutation and they would also have to be treated for any other diseases that could affect the growth or function of their hair.
One of the researchers at the New York Health Department said the patients are likely to have a longer treatment period.
They have to get their hair transplanted at least once a year for six months, but they’re also expected to be tested to see whether they have any other conditions that could make them more likely to develop the condition.
The trial will involve about 1,000 patients and is expected to begin in about two years.
The transplant program will also involve a group of about 100 volunteers, including volunteers from other countries.
They are all volunteers, meaning that they will not be compensated for their participation.
Dr. Richard Smith, who directs the hair transplant program at the Department of Dermatology at Columbia University Medical Center, said the goal is to find an alternative treatment that can be done in the U.S. without the risk of getting a transplant.
He said that most people with the mutation are women.
He hopes that people who are going to get the transplant can come back to the U-M Medical School, where they will have access to specialists and can be screened by doctors to see how long they can expect to live without a transplant, Smith said.
The New York transplant program has already taken advantage of some volunteers who have been treated in the state, Smith added.
They will be able to take part in the first two years of the trial, he said. Dr