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Diagnosis: Male Pattern Hair Loss | Age: 20s | Sex: Male
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Taking Propecia and Minoxidil has increased my confidence and has left me to focus on other aspects of my life and has left me stress free about any follicle loss. I recommend it highly to people and it has made a huge difference for me. I’m glad that I have come to The Belgravia Centre. Defo the place to start and finish for hair loss.

Ceasar Delvchio

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