Jessica Moss-Farley has lost all of her hair, but she doesn’t want people to feel sorry for her. The 26-year-old has been “rocking” her new look since late last year when she was diagnosed with Alopecia Areata. The disease causes the body’s immune system to attack hair
She lost all her hair at age 17. The dance instructor joins wig maker Martine Richards on Channel 7’s The Morning Show for Alopecia Awareness Week. Watch replay: https://au.tv.yahoo.com/plus7/the-morning-show/-/watch/37903138/retrosweats-shannon-dooley-reveals-her-battle-with-alopecia/
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
Story published in Leader Community News. Stella Hammet, who has alopecia, wants GST taken off wigs for people who need them. Picture by Ian Currie STELLA Hammet was just four years old when her hair started falling out. The 13-year-old
Alopecia Girls 2015 – Created by Kiah and Kaycee Lang at the National Alopecia Areata Foundation’s 30th Annual Conference in Garden Grove, CA.
Christos Kyrgios talks to us about what it was like growing up having Alopecia since he was 5 years old. He meets a young Alopecia sufferer, Omar Abdo, through Instagram. When the two meet at the French Open tennis tournament
Angela Christiano PhD is a professor of Molecular Dermatology at Columbia University who studies inherited skin and hair disorders. She has recently discovered the genes implicated in alopecia areata, the hair-loss disorder that she herself suffers from.
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
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: