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Nu/Hart, World Leader in Hair Transplants, Opens London Centre
Date:4/3/2009

In its continued effort to help men and women from the United Kingdom (UK) and Europe who are thinning and balding, Nu/Hart Hair Clinics, a world leader in hair restoration, has opened its London center.

(PRWEB) April 3, 2009 -- In its continued effort to help men and women from the United Kingdom (UK) and Europe who are thinning and balding, Nu/Hart Hair Clinics, a world leader in hair restoration, has opened its London center.

Conveniently located in the centre of London at The Media Centre, 19 Bolsover Street, Nu/Hart offers consultations and hair transplant sessions in London itself without having to fly to another country or city.

Nu/Hart London's leading physician is Dr. Andrew Kawecki. Fully registered with the GMC (General Medical Council) in England and certified by Nu/Hart to perform hair transplant procedures in the United Kingdom, Dr. Kawecki has extensive training in hair transplant surgery. Nu/Hart London also has a medical support team of talented nurses, medical consultants and hair transplant technicians to serve clients.

Mr. Salvar Bjornsson is the General Manager for Nu/Hart London and is responsible for overseeing Nu/Hart's operations and development in the UK, Spain, Portugal, Poland, and other European markets.

Nu/Hart operates ten hair transplant centers in the U.S. and overseas including Pittsburgh; New York; Chicago; Atlanta; San Juan, Puerto Rico; Dubai, United Arab Emirates; Manila, Philippines; Hong Kong; Warsaw, Poland; and now London, England.

According to Kathy Smith, President of Nu/Hart, "London puts Nu/Hart on the European map and would serve as the organizat
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