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Lilly's Olumiant Is First Drug FDA Approved For Alopecia Areata

Executive Summary

The FDA approved baricitinib for the hair loss disorder despite safety concerns with JAK inhibitors. It carries the same warnings on risk of CV events and malignancy as the others in the class.

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