A Closer Look at a Multi-Targeted Approach to Hair Loss in African American Women

January 2020 | Volume 19 | Issue 1 | Editorials | 95 | Copyright © January 2020

Published online December 19, 2019

Cheryl Burgess MDa Wendy Roberts MD,b Jeanine Downie MD,c Megan Kera PA-C,c Sophia Kogan MD,dDanamarie Belpulsi MDd

aCenter for Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery, Washington, DC bGenerational and Cosmetic Dermatology, Rancho Mirage, CA cImage Dermatology P.C., Montclair, NJ dNutraceutical Wellness, Inc., New York, NY

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Sophia Kogan MD sophia@nutrafol.com