What does alopecia research, treatment and medication mean for you?
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Since 2007, we have been at the forefront of alopecia areata awareness and education. Whether educating the public, advocating for legislation or hosting women with alopecia at events, you can count on our support as you walk this path.See Our Impact
After receiving an alopecia areata diagnosis, many women immediately want to know about any available medications or therapies. Here’s how the research may affect you.Explore Treatment Options
Women with alopecia often tell us they feel alone, isolated or ashamed. Our open and honest community combats those feelings by sharing stories of women just like you.Read Their Stories
Arash is an assistant professor of dermatology, director of the inpatient dermatology consult service, and co-director of the Complex Medical Dermatology Fellowship at Brigham & Women’s Hospital. As...