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HairLab / Fraud

1 United States Review updated:

Approximately 2 years ago one of my hairsurgery lab technicians arrived early prior to the 1st scheduled surgery. Many of the patients for the 1st surgery of the day seemed very anxious and wanted to cancel their procedure. as it turned out the early arriving hair surgery technician was attempting to direct the patients over to another clinic. the clinic in question was that of Rob Angelino and Dr Ron Chao. HairLab is the name of the facility. approximately 12 surgeries were diverted to Rob Angelino, dr ron chao and hairlab. When dr chao and rob angelino were confronted with their criminal behavior by me, their response was "this is hair surgery and things like this happen" as the statute of limitation for grand theft has not tolled, I believe it is finally time to consider prosecution.

Hairlab, rob angelino and dr ron chao continue to operate a facility in beverly hills. they entice patients with low fees and unrealistic expectations that may not always be met .

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  • Da
      15th of Jan, 2011

    Dr. Ochs is paranoia and mentally unfit to be a surgeon.

    I have searched the entire internet, and have not come across another surgeon, except Dr. Ochs, trashing a fellow surgeon. He really has brought the medical profession down to a new low level.

    Dr. Ochs is a member of the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS). Yet he blatantly violated its Code of Ethics.

    ISHRS Code of Ethics
    VII. Members will not denigrate their colleagues using false or misleading information with the intent of injuring the reputation or business of an ISHRS member by any means, either directly or indirectly to include print, radio, television, Internet advertising, or any other public statement made by the member or his/her representative. Violation of this code will not be tolerated and is grounds for disciplinary action.

    For his unprofessional conduct, Dr. Ochs' California medical license should be revoked and he be expelled from ISHRS.

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  • Jo
      19th of Oct, 2015

    This review is not from a HairLab patient. It is from another hair transplant doctor which is a compatitor. He was upset that some of his patients preferred HairLab rather than his clinic. Therefore he violated the code of ethics and out of jealousy posted this review online which is a violation of the code of ethics in the medical field.

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