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    Long time lurker here.

    Just wanna say that I have followed hellousers post since around the time he joined the site.

    WE NEED MORE PEOPLE LIKE HELLOUSER, if we had a majority of people with hellouser's mindset towards alopecia, I truly think the scientists would be further along in curing this genetic flaw.
    Saving thousands of lives.
    To say alopecia doesn't kill is ridiculous, imo.

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    ^^obvious troll is obvious^^

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    wtf, morbo?
    whats so blatantly obvious that I am a "troll"???

    im not specifically calling out or making fun of anyones problems here, which is what a troll would be considered to be doing on this site.

    I just stated im upset that the snail pace hairloss research has been moving at is ridiculous, and that its more of a serious problem for some people than others.

    in my opinion your the one being a troll for calling out my weakness for this disease.

    geez.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hairlosskills View Post
    Long time lurker here.

    Just wanna say that I have followed hellousers post since around the time he joined the site.

    WE NEED MORE PEOPLE LIKE HELLOUSER, if we had a majority of people with hellouser's mindset towards alopecia, I truly think the scientists would be further along in curing this genetic flaw.
    Saving thousands of lives.
    To say alopecia doesn't kill is ridiculous, imo.
    It certainly hasn't killed me. And I think I look quite good despite my baldness. Talk about making a mountain out of a mole hill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hairlosskills View Post
    wtf, morbo?
    whats so blatantly obvious that I am a "troll"??

    geez.
    ugh, you're weird enough as it is without a second account and alter egos. Give it a rest. Go outside and enjoy the weather.

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    whatever man, I was just being open and honest about how I feel

    theres been record rain where I live, I like the rain so it was nice to enjoy..

    im here for support

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