A beautiful Villa Romanazzi Carducci at the end of May was the background of the 11th Congress of the Italian Society for Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHR), which took place in Bari, Italy. The place is even closer to the Poles’ hearts because it it Bari where the Polish Queen Bona Svorza was born and died there. She was the mother of the last Polish king of the Jagiellonian Dynasty, i.e. Sigismund Augustus. To make the list of Polish accents complete, the new airport is named after John Paul II. These are profound religiousness, the family cult and love of the Pope which are the characteristics of this part of Italy. However, it was not the main theme of the conference organized in a beautiful villa located in the greenery of the romantic Italian garden. The participants focused mainly on the latest trends in hair restoration surgery. The highest quality of the subject matter found its reflection in numerous papers delivered by Italian specialists and other guests from Europe, Japan and the US. Also Dr Jerzy Kolasiński was among them. He devoted his paper to the issue of hair restoration in women.
As befits the south of Italy, many meetings and banquets accompanied the conference.
There is no point in convincing anybody to it since it seems quite obvious that Italian food combined with a bouquet of exquisite wine is a real mouth-watering feast. Therefore, a huge respect should be paid to the organizers of the conference including the president of the ISHR, professor Michele Roberto. It was a very interesting and nice meeting of the doctors specializing in hair restoration surgery.