New Treatments For Alopecia Areata

Xeljanz and JAK inhibitors for Alopecia Areata Alopecia areata (AA) is an autoimmune disease in which hair cells are attacked by the immune system, leading to patches of hair loss. This is often a relapsing-remitting condition. The mainstay of current treatments are intralesional steroid injections, topical steroids, and immunotherapy, such as squaric acid. A number… Read More

Methotrexate for Alopecia Areata

Call 973-763-7546 for an Alopecia Areata Consultation Alopecia areata (AA) is an autoimmune condition in which the immune cells attack hair follicles causing hair loss. Although not a dangerous condition, it can be very distressing. In many cases alopecia areata is self-limiting, and the patches of hair loss resolve spontaneously over several months. However, some… Read More