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US Patent for Apollo Spectra Hospitals Doctor

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US Patent for Apollo Spectra Hospitals Doctor

Leading plastic surgeon from Apollo Spectra Hospitals, Dr. Debraj Shome is the first Indian doctor to invent a revolutionary hair re-growth formula, QR 678, which has shown extraordinary hair re-growth results, in male and female pattern baldness. QR 678 growth factor formulation injection therapy is an advanced hair growth and anti-hair loss treatment which uses a mixture of several growth factors, to facilitate hair growth and prevent hair loss. The technology recently bagged the prestigious hair re-growth patent from United States Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO), for its physician inventors Dr. Debraj Shome and Dr. Rinky Kapoor.

QR 678, which is set to be made commercially available in Tardeo and Chembur centers of Apollo Spectra Hospitals, Mumbai. Dr. Shome said, “Till date, hair transplant was thought to be the only solution, but that itself is painful, needs to be repeated & sometimes may not work as well as one would expect.”

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