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The number of transplants in the United States has jumped dramatically since the early 2000s, with the number of women who have received hair transplanted in the past five years more than doubling, according to a report released Tuesday.
The number of hair transplant requests has increased from about 1,500 in 2011 to 1,200 in 2016, according the report by the National Coalition of Hair Transplant Organizations (NCHAO).
It said the trend is driven by increased awareness and greater public acceptance for the procedure.
But it’s important to note that there are still limitations in how well the transplants work.
For example, women in the US are more likely to die from the disease than men because of the way their hair is extracted and the type of chemotherapy they receive, according an NCHAO report.
And, of course, there’s the question of how long it takes to get a hair transplant.
It takes between six and 12 weeks for a woman’s hair to regenerate, while a man’s hair only regenerates in two to five days.
The average recovery time is between six to 12 weeks.
According to the report, there are currently around 1.3 million hair transplations performed every year, with some people getting more than one hair transplant each.
However, the number is expected to double by 2025, with another 1.6 million transplants being performed in the next 10 years.
The report comes as the hair transplant industry faces its worst recession since the Great Recession, with a number of the top cosmetic and hair treatment companies down to $2 billion in losses.
The latest loss figures come as the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services warned that the nation faces a “cancer pandemic” with a higher incidence of cancer-related deaths than the U!
as a whole.
“We are facing a cancer pandemic that will require an unprecedented response,” the department said in a statement.
“With a projected population of 9.4 billion people by 2060, the need for additional health care and services is ever-present.
At this time, our nation is facing a health crisis and there is a very real threat that the next generation of Americans will not have access to the lifesaving health care they need.”
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