• JAKs could be future of pediatric alopecia treatment

    1 month ago - By Healio

    WAILEA, Hawaii - Janus kinase inhibitors could be the future of alopecia areata treatment in children if research proves them to be safer than current warnings suggest, according to a presenter at the Maui Derm meeting.
    “This disproportionately affects children.... It comes on early in life and causes a lot of problems in the childhood years,” Sheila Friedlander, MD, professor emeritus at UC San Diego School of Medicine and a pediatric dermatologist at Scripps Clinic San Diego, said during her presentation. “When I walk into a room and a patient has ,
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