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#17/31 Days of Giving- Cicatricial Alopecia Research Foundation

Treatment of hair disorders is one of the foundational parts of dermatology. Hair loss, or alopecia, can be an emotionally devastating diagnosis. Some types are reversible–these are called non-scarring. Other types are cicatricial, or scarring, and cannot be reversed as the hair follicle has been replaced by scar. Sometimes when patients come in early, something..Read More »




#11, 12, and13/31 Days of Giving- Hotchkiss, Harvard, Yale

These are easy. I have benefitted from some of the best educational opportunities that, for some, even money couldn’t buy. My family had to contribute very little financially on my behalf. None of these institutions need my money- they are among the wealthiest in the world. Aglow Dermatology shows them all gratitude for the investment..Read More »


#10/31 Days of Giving- Wikipedia

I will be the first to admit that I have, sometimes out loud, and sometimes to myself, made fun on someone referencing Wikipedia. The reality is, however, I’ve also used it. Apparently many other people have, too, as it claims to be the most visited website in the world. Wikipedia is a free information source..Read More »