Aqil 2 years old Suffer Alopecia totalis

Update posted by Putera Aqil On May 13, 2018

The exact cause of AU is unknown. AU is an advanced form of alopecia areata (AA), a condition that leads to round patches of hair loss. The most widely accepted hypothesis is that AA is an autoimmune condition in which a person's immune system mistakenly attacks the hair follicles.


While genetic studies have found that AA and AU are associated with several immune-related genes, they are likely ultimately caused by the interaction of multiple genetic and environmental factors.This means that even if someone inherits a genetic predisposition to the condition (susceptibility), they may not develop the condition unless something in the environment triggers its onset. However, the exact role of environmental factors is yet to be determined. Factors that may trigger the onset or recurrence of hair loss may include a viral infection, trauma, hormonal changes, and emotional or physical stress.

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Update posted by Putera Aqil On May 13, 2018

Fast Track designation is a process designed to facilitate the development and expedite the review of new therapies to treat serious conditions and address unmet medical needs. With Fast Track designation, early and frequent communications between the FDA and the sponsor are encouraged throughout the drug development and review process to help to ensure that questions are resolved quickly.

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Update posted by Putera Aqil On May 13, 2018

Fast Track designation is a process designed to facilitate the development and expedite the review of new therapies to treat serious conditions and address unmet medical needs. With Fast Track designation, early and frequent communications between the FDA and the sponsor are encouraged throughout the drug development and review process to help to ensure that questions are resolved quickly.

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