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If you are between the ages of 17-30, and motivated to help children living with alopecia areata and/or their parents, and you are willing to make the commitment, you can mentor!Learn More
Learn more about common reactions your child may have to alopecia areata and get resources to help him or her have positive experiences at school and with friends.Find Resources
There’s strength in numbers. NAAF’s national network of support groups and phone contacts offer another way to create a sense of community — no matter where you live.FIND A GROUP
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Find eyelashes, eyebrows, hairpieces, scarves and hats to help cover bare patches or address total hair loss. You can also find supportive books written by others with alopecia areata here. When you shop the vendors in our Alopecia Areata Marketplace, just mention "NAAF" each time at checkout and they’ll donate 10% of your purchase to NAAF.
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What’s happening in your community
The FDA Heard Us Loud and Clear!
On September 11, the FDA held a half-day patient-focused drug development (PFDD) meeting focused exclusively on alopecia areata. The goal was to collect patient perspectives on current and potential treatment options and learn about the ways alopecia areata impacts our everyday lives. The FDA didn’t just listen to what we had to say, we piqued its curiosity. The agency is still asking for your comments through the “public docket” open until November 13, 2017.LEARN MORE