Conducting hair loss consultations and recommending baldness treatments over the Internet seemed like a great idea to San Diego osteopath James DeYarman.

The hair transplant specialist appreciated the ability to collect accurate information directly from a patient without having to worry about transcribing errors, and he liked the speed with which he could assist a larger clientele. He was even reconfiguring his two popular Web sites so customers could periodically access their files.

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