Local Alopecia Areata Study - Now Enrolling
If you have patchy hair loss on your head, it may be alopecia areata, a condition that affects millions of people, regardless of age or gender. In most cases, hair falls out in small patches about the size of a quarter, ranging from just a few patches to entire sections of the scalp.
Right now, doctors at select centres in Canada and the US are conducting a new clinical study for the treatment of alopecia areata. The study is for an investigational oral medication called CTP-543 - in the class of medicines known as JAK inhibitors.
If you’ve lost at least 50% of your hair due to alopecia areata, you may be eligible to participate.
If you join, you will be seen by a local doctor, and will receive all study-related care and study medication at no cost. You will also be compensated for your time and travel to attend regular visits at your local study centre (up to 10 total visits over an 8-month period).
See If You Qualify
To see if you might qualify, and to get connected directly with your local study centre to learn more, please take the questionnaire below.