1. Bill - Managing Publisher
    November 4, 2008 @ 12:33 pm


    Thanks for your comments. You can’t post a photo here on the blog however, I have forwarded your comment to Dr. Feller so he could respond personally. He may choose to respond on this hair loss blog, or he may choose to send you an email.

    Best wishes,

    Associate Publisher of the Hair Transplant Network, the Coalition Hair Loss Learning Center, and the Hair Loss Q&A Blog.

  2. john36
    November 3, 2008 @ 7:40 pm

    I don’t know how to attach photo.If one would tell me,I am not ashamed to post it here.

  3. john36
    November 2, 2008 @ 12:36 pm

    Mr Feller

    I red this post and I would like to say the following.
    I agree with everything that you say.I have had a hair transplant surgery with a doctor from ohio.
    My donor site incission was as low as it can be (impossible to repair by statement from other doctors who examined me).My scar is 1 cm wide.I am bolder than ever 1 year after the HT surgery.1840 grafts allegedly were put on my scalp.However statements by other 3 doctors are they can not see 1840 grafts on me.Infacts 200-300 grafts widely spreadout and growing in all possible directions is what I have on my head.The donor site was determined by doctors “surgical technicians”not the doctor.I did not have informed consent.I was abandoned by the doctor for hours in middle of surgery and left with the “surgical technicians”.The “surgical technicians adminirested the anesthesia on me,not the doctor.It goes on and on.I am disfigured and wear a hat 24/7.
    Now,premises considered,will you put action where your words are and evaluate my case for afidavit of merit?
    With the argument that our prima facie evidence of violation of the laws ,such as :

    1. Defendant failed to personally evaluate the plaintiff sufficiently so the he could formulate an appropriate pre-operative diagnosis, and select the operation to be performed in violation of Ohio Administrative Code 4731-18-01

    2. Defendant failed to perform or personally supervise all aspects of the surgery, or have aspects of the surgery outside of his supervision performed or supervised by another qualified surgeon with the consent of the plaintiff in violation of Ohio Administrative Code 4731-18-01.

    3. Defendant failed to personally perform post-operative medical care, or delegate post-operative medical care to a qualified medical professional in violation of Ohio Administrative Code 4731-18-01.

    4. Dr. Weiss negligently and recklessly delegated medical tasks in violation of the Ohio Administrative Codes 4731-23-02 and 4731-23-03.

    5. Dr. Weiss negligently and recklessly delegated the tasks of selecting the donor site to harvest the hair follicles for transplant in the preceptor site in violation of Ohio Administrative Code 4731-18-01.

    6. Dr. Weiss negligently and recklessly delegated the tasks of administering anesthesia to plaintiff to persons not qualified under Ohio law in violation of Ohio Administrative Code 4731-18-01.

    7. Dr. Weiss negligently and recklessly delegated the tasks of preparing the donor grafts, and insertion of the donor grafts into the surgically prepared receptor sites in violation of Ohio Administrative Code 4731-18-01.

    8. Lack of Informed Consent/Violation of R.C. 2317.54

    9. Defendants engaged in the practice of medicine and surgery without the appropriate certificate from the State Medical Board in violation of R.C. 4731.41.

    10. Violation of R.C. 3702.30

    will you or any HT doctor out there,criticising the corrupt practices in your field help a victim of a doctor predator?So far I could not find any!Everyone states the apparent facts,named above untill they think I am potential patient for revision.When they hear from me that I filed law suit against a colleague of theirs they are reluctant to sign that the standard of care was breached.
    I have a question for you all Doctors.Can there be ANY standard of care when doctor violated the provisions of the laws that I state above?Thoce conducts are forbiden by law.Question.How can they be standard?Question-Is there any of you who will say the obvious-they are not and can not be considered standard of care.

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