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Multiple Sclerosis and Gut Bacteria Link


This is recent research published on the 29th October 2011 Multiple Sclerosis is a highly debilitating Auto Immune disease where the body’s own immune system attacks the myelin of the nerves.   Although Alopecia is obviously NOT Multiple Sclerosis….. both ARE inflammatory diseases, creating an inflammatory response at a cellular level within certain areas of the body.  … Continue reading

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NEW YORK TIMES INTERVIEW with DR ANGELA CHRISTIANO


Living and Studying Alopecia By CLAUDIA DREIFUS Published: December 27, 2010 Angela Christiano, 45, an associate professor of dermatology and genetics at Columbia University Medical Center, studies hair. Last summer, she announced the discovery of the genes implicated in alopecia areata, the hair-loss disease that she herself suffers from. We spoke for two hours in … Continue reading

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Angela Christiano PHD


Dr Angela M. Christiano Dr. Angela M. Christiano is an Associate Professor of Dermatology and Genetics & Development at Columbia University. Her laboratory’s work is focused on the genetics and biology of hair loss, which began as a result of her own experience with alopecia areata.  Dr Angela Christiano studied the genetics of those with Alopecia Areata … Continue reading