Hair Loss Clinical Trials

A listing of Hair Loss Clinical Trials actively recruiting patient volunteers.

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Natural History and Pathogenesis of Alopecia in Children and Adults


Background: Alopecia is the loss of hair or lack of hair growth. It is often related to an immune disorder that disrupts the growth of hair. Hair loss can affect a person s physical and mental health. The causes of alopecia are not well understood. This natural history study will examine causes of alopecia so better treatments can be developed. Objective: To learn why some people have alopecia. This study will look at factors related to genes, the immune system, and the bacteria, viruses, and ...

Conditions: Hair Loss

Exosome Effect on Prevention of Hairloss


Many people suffer from alopecia, which is caused by hereditary factors, emotional stress, and psychiatric disorders. There are devastating physical and psychological consequences as a result. Exosomes are isolated from donated human amniotic mesenchymal stem cells and purified using specific processing. Exosomes are unique in that they are derived from stem cells and contain a wide range of growth factors. The latest generation of natural products for treating hair loss is exosomes.

Conditions: Hair Loss, Alopecia
Phase: Not Applicable

Cleansing Device for the Treatment of Scalp and Hair Conditions


The objective of this study is to evaluate an improvement of scalp health after the use of an investigational off-label WaterPik and brush device aimed to massage and cleanse the scalp.

Conditions: Dandruff, Seborrheic Dermatitis, Hair Loss
Phase: Not Applicable

Low Level Light Device as a Primary Therapy for Androgenetic Alopecia


The purpose of this research is to study the safety and effectiveness of a light therapy device for human hair growth. This device, called the GENIX, is a type of cold, or non-heat producing light emitting diode (LED) that will emit light on the hair growth cells within and around the hair follicle. When these cells do not function properly, one may experience common problems such as baldness and thinning or brittle hair. The application of a special category of low-level non-laser light to be s ...

Conditions: Androgenetic Alopecia, Hair Loss, Thinning Hair, Balding
Phase: Not Applicable