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Alopecia Clinical Trials

A listing of Alopecia medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Found (38) clinical trials

Drug Utilization Study on the Prescribing Indications for Cyproterone Acetate and Ethinyl Estradiol in 5 European Countries

Cyproterone acetate (CPA) 2mg, in combination with ethinyl estradiol (EE) 35mcg, is a medicinal product currently indicated for the treatment of moderate to severe acne in women of reproductive age. Due to the combination with ethinyl estradiol and the dosing, the preparations also act as effective contraceptives. In 2012, the ...

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Investigation of FOL-005 on Clinical Safety and Effect on Hair Growth

SAD part: A total of 3 weeks dosing, the two lowest concentrations in week 1, dose 3 at week 2 and finally dose 4 at week 3. MD part: In total 12 weeks of dosing where group A will be dosed twice weekly and group B three times weekly Each ...

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TREg Activation in the Treatment of the PELADE (Alopecia Areata)

In a prospective pilot study the investigators showed that low doses of IL2 could be beneficial for severe AA inducing a long lasting regrowth in 4 out of the 5 patients treated. The objective of this study is to compare the long term efficacy of low doses of IL2 versus ...

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Alopecia Areata Registry and Immunogenetic Mechanisms

The purpose of this registry is to collect patient epidemiology data as well as to provide samples that can be used for understanding the pathogenesis of AA, especially related to its genetic basis as a complex trait. There are three ways one can assess which genes are important: association studies ...

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Efficacy Study of Tempol to Prevent Hair Loss From Radiotherapy to the Brain

Hair loss occurs commonly as a result of radiotherapy administered to the brain, and this can contribute to the distress and social isolation of patients with advanced cancer. In this study a topical gel will be applied directly to the scalp during each dose of radiotherapy. The goal is to ...

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Biocellular-Cellular Regenerative Treatment Scaring Alopecia and Alopecia Areata

The aesthetic surgical & cosmetic discipline of hair restoration is rooted in numerous landmark studies and progressive medical science in the medical literature. With the advent of advanced theories and science using cellular and platelet-derived growth factors within the scope of regenerative medicine, have been well established in a number ...

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Point-of-Care Adipose-derived Cells for Hair Growth

This is a prospective, non-randomized, non-blinded, interventional, consecutive series, single site study to determine initial safety and feasibility of a single injection of autologous adipose-derived SVF cells for the treatment of alopecia. Up to 8 subjects who have been diagnosed with androgenetic alopecia will be asked to participate. Before the ...

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Role of Neurogenic Inflammation and Topical 6% Gabapentin Therapy in Symptomatic Scarring Alopecia

Primary scarring alopecias (PSAs) are poorly understood dermatologic disorders that result in permanent hair loss. Most of the scarring alopecias involve a painful course, with individuals reporting scalp pain, burning, itching, or tingling/crawling sensations that can ultimately impact physical and psychological health. There has been no study of topical neurogenic ...

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A Study of ATI-50002 Topical Solution for the Treatment of Alopecia Areata

Primary To assess safety, tolerability and efficacy of 2 dose strengths of ATI-50002 Topical Solution, compared to vehicle in subjects with alopecia areata (AA) Secondary To evaluate key clinical outcome assessments

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Apremilast in the Treatment of Central Centrifugal Cicatricial Alopecia (CCCA)

Central centrifugal cicatricial alopecia (CCCA) is a type of scarring alopecia commonly seen in women of African American descent. The etiology is not completely understood, but CCCA likely results from a combination of hair-grooming practices, a pro-inflammatory state within the hair follicles, and genetic factors. The management of CCCA remains ...

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