dermatology
hair & nails

Growing numbers affected by frontal fibrosing alopecia


The jury is still out on the cause of frontal fibrosing alopecia but the increasing worldwide incidence over the last 20 years suggests it is a new disease involving an environmental factor. Dermatologist and president of the Institute of Trichologists in London Professor Andrew Messenger told the ACD ASM that – controversially – sunscreens were ...

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