AAR-UK to Present at Microbiota Conference in April
AUTOIMMUNE ALOPECIA RESEARCH UK

AAR-UK to Present at Microbiota Conference in April


Autoimmune Alopecia Research UK (Scottish Council Incorporated Organisation SC043538) are very proud to be presenting at The Microbiota Conference in London on the 28th and 29th April 2014. This is a fantastic opportunity for AAR-UK to raise awareness of their campaign for research into Alopecia as an autoimmune disease. Many scientists from all over the … Continue reading

AUTOIMMUNE ALOPECIA RESEARCH DATABASE-WE NEED YOUR HELP!!
AUTOIMMUNE ALOPECIA RESEARCH UK

AUTOIMMUNE ALOPECIA RESEARCH DATABASE-WE NEED YOUR HELP!!


TO ALL MY AMAZING FOLLOWERS OVER THE PAST 3 YEARS I AM ASKING ANYONE WHO LIVES IN THE UK HAS: ALOPECIA AREATA ALOPECIA TOTALIS ALOPECIA UNIVERALIS TO PLEASE BE PART OF OUR RESEARCH PROGRAMME WITH KINGS COLLEGE LONDON UNIVERSITY. IF YOU CONTACT JAYNE’S EMAIL jayne@aar-uk.org QUOTING YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS I SHALL POST YOU OUT … Continue reading

AUTOIMMUNE ALOPECIA RESEARCH UK / MY RESEARCH ARCHIVES

Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Autoimmune Disease


Anyone who thinks that diet is not important when it comes to chronic diseases is very sadly misinformed. Autoimmune diseases are triggered by environmental factors, what more of an influential factor than the food that we put into our bodies on a daily basis and ofcourse the air we breathe?! Our food chain has become so … Continue reading

AUTOIMMUNE ALOPECIA RESEARCH UK / MY PERSONAL STORIES

2012 in review …… Thank you So Much Everyone!!! Happy New Year xxx


The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: 4,329 films were submitted to the 2012 Cannes Film Festival. This blog had 21,000 views in 2012. If each view were a film, this blog would power 5 Film Festivals Click here to see the complete report. Continue reading

AUTOIMMUNE ALOPECIA RESEARCH UK / MY PERSONAL STORIES

THE FUTURE IS BRIGHT… BRING ON 2013!


This morning I am reminiscing over progress of the past one and a half years.  For me a tremendous amount has happened.  Although I have suffered Alopecia Universalis for over 10 years, these past 18 months have been the most significant in my progress.  I have met some of the most influential, inspiring and alternative thinking people whos paths … Continue reading