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Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Joshua Dobbs has alopecia areata a hair loss condition that he is raising awareness about. He sits down with Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall, Pfizer’s Senior Medical Advisor, to discuss how he has been affected by the common autoimmune skin disease, and how he is setting a positive example and encouraging others dealing with this type of hair loss. "Having alopecia is nothing to be afraid or ashamed of," Joshua shares. For more information about alopecia, visit GetHealthyStayHealthy.com, and while you are there, sign up for their monthly newsletter.
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