Treatment for alopecia areata has come a long way in the last two decades. In 2022 and 2023 alone, we’ve seen two new medicines hit the market! This is terrific news for people like you who may be seeking a pill medication to regrow their hair. You may be wondering what pharmaceutical options are FDA-approved and available to you.
In fact, questions about treatment are one of the biggest reasons people visit our website. We know there is a lot of online information to sift through. Much of it contains clinical and scientific speak. So, we promise to continue breaking down the jargon. We believe that everyone with alopecia areata should know their choices. Then, people like you can understand your choices and make the best decision for you.
To begin, below you’ll find blog posts on clinical trials and how to determine if they’re a good fit for you:
- Experimenting with Xeljanz: Is it for me?
- JAK Inhibitors: THE treatment for alopecia areata?
- Alopecia Clinical Trials: More about Tofacitinib
- What to Know About Clinical Trials and Alopecia
Watch this space in 2024. We’ll bring you the latest on the standard treatments for all types of mild alopecia areata. And, we’ll explain the role of JAK (Janus kinase) pill medications for moderate to severe alopecia areata.