Ziering Medical Launches a New Hair Restoration Story with Heart

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In six online chapters readers will follow Ryan Peake’s journey of his doctors’ discovery of stage four cancer, several months of excruciating treatments, two years of “wandering,” and finally the life changing introduction to Dr. Ziering that led to his hair restoration surgery that jump-started his life once again.

Ziering Medical, one of the world’s leaders in artistry and innovation for hair restoration, announces its online release of the Ryan Peake Story, http://www.zieringmedical.com/ryan-peake-landing.html a heartfelt chronicle of a young man’s struggle with cancer, healing, and eventual renewal through hair transplant surgery from Dr. Craig Ziering.

In six online chapters readers will follow Ryan Peake’s journey of his doctors’ discovery of stage four cancer, several months of excruciating treatments, two years of “wandering,” and finally the life changing introduction to Dr. Ziering that led to his hair restoration surgery that jump-started his life once again. After reading the recent chapters posted online, readers can sign up to receive notifications each time the new chapters are posted. “The chapters are short, but they have a lot of impact as they describe all that I went through with my illness, recovery, and hair transplant experience with Dr. Ziering,” says Peake. Ziering Medical looks forward to releasing a chapter each week through October and part of November 2010.

Ryan Peake’s turnabout in life as result of an artistic, natural-looking hair restoration from Ziering Medical is just one of thousands that can be told by his patients worldwide. For Peake, however, the relationship fostered with Dr. Ziering was the most meaningful part of his medical hair restoration experience. “We’re very much alike,” says Peake. “We’re both motivated, passionate, easy going, and able to bring a sense of humor to the table. I consider him a real friend who has taken my best look and interests to heart since day one.”

With particular attention on October as National Breast Cancer Awareness month, “releasing Ryan’s story couldn’t have come at a better time,” says Dr. Craig Ziering. “Most people relate hair loss to an unfortunate result of one’s heredity, but hair loss from chemotherapy or radiation treatments can be just as traumatic. For many, their hair loss is a constant visual reminder of their battle long after they have gotten a clean bill of health. Eliminating that visual reminder renews them and enables them to feel whole again. It’s really wonderful to be a part of that transformation.”

For more information on a variety of surgical and non-surgical hair restoration solutions, or to schedule a private consultation, visit http://www.zieringmedical.com or call 800-642-9942 today.

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