I just want to say Dr.Rassman that I’ve noticed that you’re a big negative energy to this ongoing development for hairloss. For the past couple of months that I’ve done some research I’ve noticed that every comment made by you was a negative one. It is really annoying to see a Dr whom others look up to has nothing worthwhile to say other than shitting all over all these other doctors that are trying to make breakthroughs. Why don’t you go make yourself useful and try to make a difference instead of being that negative voice saying, â€œI told you soâ€. I know that if any of these breakthroughs surface you’ll no longer have a job. There are two kinds of people: people that are trying to construct and better everything, and others that just trying to destroy what others build. You’re the latter!
My, what a negative person you are! I relish the opportunity to respond to your blog-bashing. It is unfortunate that there is so much fraud in the field of potions and lotions for hair growth, so I call a spade a spade when that is the case. I really wish I could be positive when someone identifies a new treatment, but these types of products have been going on throughout modern history. Just look at the supposed “Hair Growing Hat” from 1924. That ‘hat’ idea has been cyclical over the years, coming out in many forms, the newest is the promise of a hair laser comb that magically grows hair in 90 days. I could be positive about it, but my audience of worried hair loss sufferers do not have to be ‘fooled’ by me. I would love to believe that things like that hat or any of the modern iterations of it, or magical potions and lotions, are really a cure for hair loss, but alas, that is just not the case. So many people just don’t know where to turn and the result of that lack of direction for hair loss sufferers reflect a multi-billion annual business worldwide. The good news is that magical potions and lotions and hair hats or laser combs that claim to grow hair, probably do little harm other than deplete the pocketbook and build false expectations. By taking my stab at such products, maybe I am helping the ‘not well educated’ person sort through the minefield of solutions for hair loss. If it’s true that there’s a sucker born every minute — well, I am just doing my part to educate the public.
If you think about what is in it for me… well, I don’t make money by giving out reviews, opinions, etc — and I have no secondary agenda other than a community service focus. I can assure you that I am not worried about my job security and I show my colors many times a day. What have you done to bring something positive?