This from the Royal Pharmaceutical Society's Pharmaceutical Journal, May 10, 2016:
"There are no clinically proven treatments. However, this bleak clinical picture could be about to change as genetic discoveries point the way to new drug targets. But companies with the financial clout to make a difference need to do the necessary clinical trials if new treatments are to be licensed."
Click here to read the entire article, which discusses several "promising treatments."
Thank you for sharing with us i have alopecia too.
i hope so
Everyday I wish for my hair to come back. I can't imagine how wonderful it would be. In September it will be 10 years since I lost all of my hair.
Thanks for sharing. As a 47 year old who has had progressive alopecia since I was 5..any ray of hope is still great! I have always felt that because it is still considered cosmetic, research has not been very aggressive. I am curious though how do I get into a clinical study? I tried many, many different things, both medical and natural, none that have worked very well. BUT, I am always willing, since I am completely sans hair, seriously what do I have to lose :)?
as for the genetics, I have no one in my family as far as I can tell for 3 generations. The opposite actually they all have beautiful thick hair!
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