FAQ

Question:

What is alopecia areata?

Answer:

Alopecia areata is a condition affecting the hair follicles. The disease typically causes the hair to fall out in patches that are approximately the size of a quarter. In rare instances, the condition can be more pronounced and result in the loss of all of the hair on the head, face, or body.

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