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The Psychological Impact of Alopecia on quality of life and stigmatization.

A student from Maynooth University has got in touch to ask us if we could pass on this link to a research she is currently conducting in relation to the affect of alopecia on the quality of life in Irish adults as part of her masters in Health Psychology She would be very grateful if you could take the time to complete please. Please take 10 minutes to complete this survey and help advance research into Alopecia?

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Reeka Maharaj was 11 and visiting a friend's house when she ran her fingers through her hair and felt a bald spot. "I told my friend I had to go home, I've got to do something," she says. "I rode my bike home and sat in the bathroom for about 30 minute, in shock." Maharaj was diagnosed alopecia areata. Her hair grew back, but then, when she was about 22, it fell out again.

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Alopecia Ireland Meeting takes place
in Moran's Red Cow Hotel
in April 2018 (date to be confirmed)
at 7:30pm

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Contact: - alopeciaireland@gmail.com
Phone: - 089 2298100

Our Mission

The mission of Alopecia Support Ireland is to provide support, raise awareness and educate people with all types of Alopecia and their families.

To support research to find a cure or acceptable treatment for alopecia, to support those with the condition, and to educate the public about alopecia.

We accomplish this by

  • Funding research and research workshops that add to the scientific knowledge about alopecia areata, its causes, and different treatments
  • Informing the public about alopecia
  • Advocating the concerns of people affected alopecia areata
  • Creating and distributing educational materials to health professionals as well as those affected, so that all may better understand Alopecia.