Alopecia Areata is much more than losing your hair.
It’s an autoimmune condition that can cause severe emotional distress, including depression and anxiety - and can get in the way of living a full life.
There are no approved treatments for Alopecia Areata, but researchers are working hard to change that.
A clinical research study is now underway throughout the country– and is seeking volunteers with Alopecia Areata affecting at least half of their scalp to participate.
Qualified participants will receive study-related care and investigational medication from a local specialist at no cost to them.
If you have been living with Alopecia Areata, we hope that you might consider participating in this research study, which may be enrolling volunteers in your area.
YOU MAY QUALIFY IF YOU:
- Are between the ages 18 and 60 (men) or 18 and 70 (women)
- Have experienced at least 50% of hair loss due to Alopecia Areata
There are other eligibility requirements. A final decision on whether this research study might be suitable for you will be made after you speak with the research site. The study doctor will explain the benefits and risks of participation in this research study.