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Fact or Myth about Alopecia Areata??

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I have read that in alopecia areata, the white blood cells attack rapidly growing cells in the hair follicles, causing them to become small, which slows down hair production. But, the stem cells that continuously supply the new cells are not affected. This means the follicle always has potential to regrow hair. Do you believe this fact?? is it true to not?? can anyone help??

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