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Learn and Participate

There is increased attention on alopecia areata research. Have you considered becoming involved in alopecia areata research to help in the quest to find new treatments? If so, there are several ways you can participate.

Clinical Trials

If you are interested in participating in a clinical trial to test a new treatment in development for alopecia areata, be sure you understand how clinical trials work. The National Institutes of Health has published an insightful guide, “Why should I participate in a clinical trial?”

Search for alopecia areata clinical trials on ClinicalTrials.gov here.

A new trial for alopecia areata treatment in development is now recruting.
Alopecia Areata Registry

Consider donating your data and research samples to the Alopecia Areata Registry, Biobank & Clinical Trials Network, the largest collection of alopecia areata data and DNA samples in the world. When you contribute information about yourself to the registry, it is catalogued and stored in a central repository overseen by the National Alopecia Areata Foundation (NAAF). This information is available to investigators studying the disease and pharmaceutical companies developing treatments.

FDA Report: Patient-Focused Drug Development Program

The U.S Food and Drug Administration (FDA) explored alopecia areata with patients through its Patient-Focused Drug Development (PFDD) program. At a meeting of patients held on Monday, September 11, 2017, the FDA gathered feedback on living with the disease and reactions to treatment options. The FDA continued to gather patient input after the meeting and published a "The Voice of the Patient" report with all patient feedback.

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Download FDA Meeting Summary

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