A woman’s first drug that has saved her life has been made available to other sufferers of fibroadensosis, the medical term for a condition that causes fibrous hair loss.
The drug, called hydroxychloroquine, can be taken orally or injected.
It was developed by a research team at Imperial College London, which included the late Professor Richard Feynman.
Professor Feynmans name is a reference to the physicist who first developed the atomic bomb, who discovered it during a trip to Russia in the 1950s.
The research group is now planning to make the drug available to anyone with fibroadencephobia, or the fear of losing or becoming balding.
The treatment is intended to prevent the hair loss, which is the result of a lack of collagen in the skin.
Fibroadencepias is also known as Follicular Dysplasia of the Hair, which affects about 5 per cent of the population.
The condition can be caused by a wide range of medical conditions and causes pain and distress to the hair.
A person with fibroucephobia has a specific area of the scalp where the fibroids grow and grows.
This area of hair is called the scalp hair, and it is normally white and has thickened over time.FIBROID is the acronym for fibrosarcoma.
Fibroids are the building blocks of the cells in the hair follicles.
In the sufferer’s case, fibroadences lack collagen, which allows the hair to grow.
The lack of protein in the fibroadents also causes the hair growth to be slow, which means it can grow longer.
There is currently no cure for fibroadengephobia.
It is a debilitating disease that can affect people of all ages.
Professor Richard Feyman was born in 1876 in London and died in 1979.
He was the first person to describe the condition as “follicular dysplasia”.
The sufferer can be diagnosed with fibroencephobic disorders by having a history of severe facial pain and/or loss of appetite, the condition can also be linked to severe headaches and severe depression.
Professor Chris Wilson, from Imperial College’s department of psychiatry and behavioural sciences, said the drug was a powerful medication for people who have been through many trials to find a cure.
“Fibroencepsy is a very complex condition, and one that’s often misunderstood by the public,” Professor Wilson said.
“The best thing we can do is to make it available to as many people as possible so they can get the treatment they need.”
FibreroadencePHobia is also a condition known as Fibroadence, which also affects the scalp, causing pain and a lack or loss of hair.