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The American Cancer Society has approved a $1 million Ticaras Hair Transplants treatment for a rare, rare condition in which the hair of the head, neck, and scalp are transplanted.
The condition is characterized by a condition called ticare, which means “thick, sticky” in Italian.
The first Ticares were developed by Dr. John A. Daley, the father of American hair transplantation, in 1954.
Dr. Daly was a pioneer in the field and pioneered the treatment of hair loss in the 1960s and 1970s.
It is a treatment that is widely considered a success and has been used by more than 60 million people worldwide.
The Ticarias were first marketed in the United States in 1994 and have since been available in Australia, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Norway, Portugal, Russia, Spain, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom.
A few hundred patients have been treated with Ticaria in the U.S. since the 1990s, according to the American Cancer Association.
Most have benefited from the procedure and have had a positive outcome.
But a few hundred people have been diagnosed with ticaria and had their hair transplanted to their scalp.
The Ticaris treatments were approved in Italy in the mid-1990s and in the early 2000s, when Dr. Raffaele Vitti, a professor at the University of Bologna, published a paper describing how the Ticarian Hair Transporters worked.
Dr Vittis work with a group of patients who were living with tics, including patients with tricare, is now considered one of the most important developments in hair transplant.
Dr. Vittisi and his colleagues conducted a study to test the effectiveness of Ticarinas treatment and found that, in some patients, the treatment led to the recovery of their hair, said Dr. Vetti, who also is an associate professor at Bolognes University in Bolognsa.
It also led to a reduction in the risk of infection and other side effects of the procedure.
Ticaria treatments are considered relatively safe and can be done at home, with only minimal care.
The treatment is administered under local anesthesia and can take as little as a few minutes.
There is no cost associated with the treatment and patients can expect a return to normal life within two to three weeks, Dr. Cirocco said.
The American Cancer Center says the treatment was approved in the last six months.