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Barcelona - With a view on managing alopecia areata that is in complete contrast to the position commonly taken in the United States, Rudolf Happle, M.D., brings forward an interesting question: Why do dermatologists continue to use topical corticosteroids [and other treatments] if they are not truly effective in treating all forms of AA?

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