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Thinning Hair Through Menopause: Results of a First-of-its-Kind Randomized Controlled Trial on Nutraceuticals

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Originally aired on February 9th, 2021, this Webcast features Dr. Glynis Ablon who discusses age and menopause related hair changes. She also presents results from two studies on the clinical benefits of standardized nutraceuticals on hair in women going through the menopausal transition and beyond.

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Thinning Hair Through Menopause: Results of a First-of-its-Kind Randomized Controlled Trial on Nutraceuticals

Featuring Dr. Glynis Ablon, MD, FAAD

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We understand that hair loss and thinning is an accumulation of multiple factors, this presentation will focus on hair thinning during menopause and results from a first-of-its-kind randomized controlled trial on nutraceuticals.

Originally aired on February 9th, 2021, this Webcast features Dr. Glynis Ablon who discusses age and menopause related hair changes. She also presents results from two studies on the clinical benefits of standardized nutraceuticals on hair in women going through the menopausal transition and beyond.

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Glynis Ablon, MD, FAAD
Ablon Skin Institute and Research Center

 

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