New Treatment to Prevent Hair Loss in Cancer Patients at Archbold

Many patients undergoing chemotherapy treatment for cancer will experience hair loss. And the common side effect, which typically occurs anywhere from seven to 21 days after treatment begins, is widely recognized as one of the most traumatic experiences a patient may encounter during cancer treatment. Archbold Memorial Hospital’s Lewis Hall Singletary Oncology Center is hoping to change that. The Singletary Oncology Center recently acquired the … Continue reading New Treatment to Prevent Hair Loss in Cancer Patients at Archbold

HAIR TODAY, GONE TOMORROW

Shedding isn’t reserved just for pets; when suffering from hair loss, it can be a part of your everyday life. Alopecia, or hair loss, is surprisingly common and affects both sexes, albeit from different causes. Hair loss can be divided broadly into two forms, non-scarring and scarring, and treatments depend on the underlying condition. NON-SCARRING ALOPECIA The most common form of hair loss is androgenetic … Continue reading HAIR TODAY, GONE TOMORROW