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2UE Radio: Hair loss: Is it still taboo?

Richard Bond, Managing Director of Ashley and Martin interviewed on radio station 2UE. A wave of young Australians are taking unprecedented preventative action to retain a full crop of hair, according to new research. The Hair Loss Impact and Prevention survey – the largest Australian hair loss research survey of its kind performed by Ashley and Martin, revealed more than...
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February 7th, 2017

Liv-Health: Millennials tackling hair loss early for long-term benefit: new research

A wave of young Australians are taking preventative action to retain their full crop of hair by commencing hair loss treatment in their twenties.1 This is according to the Hair Loss Impact and Prevention survey – the largest Australian hair loss survey of its kind, performed by Ashley and Martin, involving 1,122 Australian respondents aged between 15 to 70 years. The...
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February 1st, 2017

Daily Mail: Woman trials world first ‘cancer cap’ that prevents hair loss in chemotherapy patients

A new 'cooling cap' may provide a breakthrough to help reduce hair loss in breast cancer sufferers undergoing treatment. The DigniCap, a device designed to cool the scalp of cancer sufferers undergoing chemotherapy, is undergoing a world first trial in Western Australia - and the early results are promising. The cap works by reducing blood flow to the scalp, subsequently slowing down...
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January 7th, 2017

Case Study – Mens Hair Loss Treatment

A 47 year old caucasian male seeking  mens hair loss treatment presented with a receded hairline and thinning hair. He had been noticing hairloss for over five years and was tired of waiting to do something about it. He advised of excessive fallout and complained about being able to see through to his scalp in front of the mirror. He...
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June 11th, 2015

The dangers of buying hair loss medications over the internet

Since the inception of the internet we have seen many online non pharmacy websites selling products like Minoxidil Foams, Finasteride and Aldactone for female hair loss. These sites also promote other unproven topical products and herbal supplements for hair loss. The first concern that we have with this practice is that it promotes the idea of self-diagnoses where these products may...
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March 10th, 2015
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