“‘You lose your hair, what’s the big deal?’ I was so embarrassed, I was so self-conscious, I was so depressed:” a qualitative interview study to understand the psychosocial burden of alopecia areata
Journal of Patient-Reported Outcomes, September 2020
Natalie V. J. Aldhouse, Helen Kitchen, Sarah Knight, Jake Macey, Fabio P. Nunes, Yves Dutronc, Natasha Mesinkovska, Justin M. Ko, Brett A. King, Kathleen W. Wyrwich
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