I met dr. Woods and Dr. Campbell in Australia last February. I found both of them to have a significant interest in the patient first. I was interested in doing something with them, but they were concerned about priracy of their technique. I can't blame them for this. They were interested in working with me, but it just never came together.
i do not have a patient declaration. this is an interesting thing they have done. i adhere to all points except i use a consent form for surgery. they do not have one. consent forms are meant to protect patients, as well as physicians. mine is available as a free down load from my website, http://www.forhair.com. i invite you to take a look at it. it protects you by openly revealing everything that can go wrong with hair restoration surgery. it also helps to protect me by insuring that you are a better informed consumer.
i do not sedate my FIT/FUE patients. i do not over sell my procedure and i openly discuss the limitations of any form of hair restoration surgery.
thanks for you interest. this was a good question.