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Spotty Hair Loss? It May Be Alopecia Areata

Alopecia Areata Clinical Study in Los Angeles

Do you suffer from spotty hair loss and want to treat it? We want to hear from you! Clinical Research Los Angeles is currently conducting a clinical study for an investigational new medication related to Alopecia Areata that is seeking FDA approval. If you want to finally do something about your spotty hair loss, try something with the most cutting-edge research behind it, and help progress medical science surrounding Alopecia Areata, you may be the perfect fit. Keep reading to learn more about the Alopecia Areata Clinical Study in Los Angeles and how to sign up as a participant today!

What is Alopecia Areata? Do I Have It?

Alopecia areata is a disease that causes hair loss. Most people lose hair on their scalp or beard area, but hair loss can occur anywhere on your body. A board-certified dermatologist can tell you if you have this type of hair loss and what may help you regrow your hair.

Some of the symptoms that may signal that you have this condition include:

  • Round or oval, smooth bald patch on the scalp
  • Hair loss on the beard
  • Multiple patches of hair loss
  • Widespread hair loss
  • Loss of eyebrows
  • Loss of eyelashes
  • Band of hair loss
  • Changes in your nails
  • Hair starts to regrow on its own where it fell out.
  • Hair begins growing in a bald spot and starts falling out in another area.
  • Hair loss occurs during the colder months of the year

What Alopecia Areata Treatments Are Available?

With Alopecia Areata, your hair may be able to grow back. Speaking to your doctor or dermatologist is a good start to finding the best treatment for hair regrowth. Multiple treatments are available for this condition, including topical creams, injections, and medications.

If you have tried some of these methods or are looking for the best investigational medication with the latest, most cutting-edge research behind it, taking part in an Alopecia Areata Clinical Study in Los Angeles is a great route for many.

How to Join the Alopecia Areata Clinical Study

If you want to join the Alopecia Areata Clinical Study, you first need to be pre-qualified over the phone. All you need to do is click here to fill out a short form with your contact information so that a member of our staff can contact you and conduct this initial screening call.

If you pre-qualify over the phone, we will invite you to our clinic for a free in-person medical exam to determine your eligibility for the study. If you meet all the requirements, you will be asked to join.

After you are asked to join and you accept, you will return to our office for a series of study-related appointments. You will be compensated for your time and travel with these appointments, and absolutely no medical insurance is required. All medical exams and study-related medications are paid for by the study.

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