Dr. Larry Shapiro, Top Florida Hair Transplant Physician, to Lecture in Orlando at A4M about Help Hair Shake and in Rome, Italy about S.H.A.P.I.R.O. Chart

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Leading Florida hair transplant physician Dr. Larry Shapiro, inventor of nutritional supplements Help Hair Shake, Help Hair Vitamins, Shampoo and Conditioner, has been invited to give presentations at The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M)'s 20th Annual World Anti-Aging Congress May 17-19 in Orlando, FL, and at The Future of Hair Restoration and Regenerative Medicine at the 25th International Congress of Italian Society of Hair Restoration (ISHR) in Rome, Italy on May 24-27, 2012.

Dr. Larry Shaprio's appearance at A4M will change the way anti-aging doctors think about hair loss.

Dr. Larry Shapiro is one of the few physicians who will lecture about the diagnosis and prevention of hair loss at the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M)'s 20th Annual World Anti-Aging Congress May 17-19 in Orlando, Florida. He will introduce the S.H.A.P.I.R.O. Chart, which shows the biochemical pathways involved in hair loss. This chart helps physicians give patients a "Low Anabolic Profile" to help reduce hair loss. He will discuss research on how anabolics -- such as anabolic steroids, DHEA, Andro, growth hormones, creatine, and Whey Protein Isolate -- can trigger or aggravate hair loss. And he will introduce his newest product to the Help Hair(R) line, ShakeMD Whey Protein Concentrate -- a nutritional supplement that contains nutrients selected for working out and healthier hair. Over 800 patients have used Help Hair(R) Shake and products successfully to help reduce hair loss and help hair grow in more quickly after a hair transplant.

At 3 PM on May 18, Dr. Shapiro will hold a book signing of "Fight Hair Loss and Win! Dr. Shapiro's All-Natural 4-Step Program" at booth 100. The first 50 visitors will receive a free, autographed copy of Dr. Shapiro's ground-breaking book about preventing and mitigating the most obvious symptom of aging: hair loss. A free copy of the book can be reserved in advance of the event by calling Dr. Shapiro's office at 1-800-799-4247.

A4M is non-profit with 24,000+ member physicians, health practitioners, scientists, and governmental officials, as well as members from all over the world, including actress and anti-aging advocate Suzanne Somers. The organization advances technology to detect, prevent, and treat aging related disease, and promotes research into methods to delay and optimize the aging process. The event will include Suzanne Somer's lecture on BHRT, anti-aging medicine, stem-cell therapies, chemo-free cancer cures, and obesity, and Dr. Larry Shapiro's lecture (1 PM on Friday May 18) about LAP (Low Anabolic Profile) and assessing a patients' overall hair loss situation.

One week after the A4M congress, Dr. L. Shapiro will present his work at the 14th Annual International ISHR Congress in Italy during sessions titled "Low Anabolic Profile in Assessing a Patient’s Overall Hair Loss Program" and "Can EWPC shorten the Dormancy After a Hair Transplant?" He will also co-moderate a session on "The Clinical Treatment of Alopecia (Hair Loss)." This conference brings together hair restoration doctors from all parts of the globe. At the meeting, presenters and attendees will review current hair transplant techniques and investigate innovations in the area.

Dr. Larry Shapiro is a hair transplant doctor who practices in Delray Beach, South Florida, USA. He has performed over 11,000 hair transplants and developed a line of "Help Hair" products designed to improve hair. Dr. L. Shapiro conducted a user study on the effects of his Whey Protein Concentrate-based shake versus Whey Protein Isolate on the quality of hair. He also did a research study on how his shake reduced the length of the "dormancy" period after a hair transplant, creating much faster results. He has researched how substances that affect hormones (anabolics) can trigger or accelerate hair loss.

For more information, visit http://www.drshapiroshairinstitute.com | http://www.helphair.com | http://www.shakemd.com

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