Survey: Relationship of Alopecia Areata to Lipid Lowering Agents
The purpose of this questionnaire is to identify if there is a relationship between alopecia areata and lipid lowering agents. If you have been prescribed a lipid (cholesterol/triglycerides) lowering agent and have alopecia areata, please complete the questionnaire so that we can help researchers determine if people have lost or grown hair while on this type of medication.
If you have alopecia areata and have been prescribed a lipid lowering agent, please complete the following survey. Thank you.
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The National Alopecia Areata Foundation provides health information from a variety of sources, but this information does not dictate an exclusive treatment course and is not intended as medical advice. Persons with questions regarding specific symptoms or treatments should consult a professional health care provider who has the appropriate training and experience.
The National Alopecia Areata Foundation does not test, recommend, or endorse products, medications, or therapies for the treatment of alopecia areata, including those mentioned in this questionnaire.
The National Alopecia Areata Foundation does not endorse or recommend any treatment regimens, diets, medications or products.