Published in blog “The Bald and the Beautiful?” Before I left Adelaide to live in the country I was fortunate enough to meet a gorgeous young woman called Mel at a Alopecia support group dinner. Mel told me about a
Alopecia sufferers push to drop GST on expensive wigs – Watch video Source 9news.com.au 11 November 2016
Alopecia Girls 2015 – Created by Kiah and Kaycee Lang at the National Alopecia Areata Foundation’s 30th Annual Conference in Garden Grove, CA.
Abby Asistio is a Filipino singer who has battled Alopecia. I came out bald in September 2012. It has been one crazy, beautiful journey so far and it’s amazing to see how God is continually working in and through me.
READ HER STORY AS REPORTED IN THE HERALD SUN NEWSPAPER
AAAF now operates Fridays from Sinclair Dermatology at Level 3, 2 Wellington parade, East Melbourne. This is a new adventure in providing a one stop shop, show casing an array of Alopecia products and services. Feel free to drop in
For many years I kept telling my husband “I just want to be normal.” For many years he replied “but you are.” It took me 19 years to truly understand what he meant. That’s not to say I had no
This morning, I wake up to the fact that I have hair. Long hair, flowing past my shoulders… Read Sarah’s blog: http://theimperfectcrafter.com/2014/04/10/yes-today-and-forevermore-i-have-hair/
Michelle Law did a story for the Sunday Mail regarding a TEDx conference held in Melbourne where she spoke on the theme of women. You can watch Michelle’s video here:
VICTORIA FROM SWEDEN “Being a “wigkid’, I was always afraid of people’s reactions.What would they think when they saw a bald child (me). I was always terrified of losing my hairpiece if I did any rapid movements…”. Read Victoria’s story