About This Project
Acute telogen effluvium (ATE) is a non-scarring alopecia characterized by significant hair shedding caused by disruption of the hair growth-rest cycle. 1 in 10 people experience ATE as a consequence of symptomatic SARS-CoV-2.
Of the hair regrowth treatments that exist, less than 12 percent are considered natural.
This study will test a natural, mycelium-based hair growth treatment against its synthetic equivalents on its ability to stimulate growth.
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