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by Robert MacKay, Tuesday, May 31, 2011 | Categories: Hair loss

A London based man suffering from alopecia areata is selling his bald spot to companies as advertising space. He has just sold his 6” by 9” spot to his first client for £215 and has promised that he will not take his hat off for one week while the company’s logo is tattooed there.

This is not only a clever idea, it is a generous effort considering all of the money he makes will go directly to the Little Princess Trust, a charity that offers wigs to young people who have lost their hair whilst being treated for cancer.

Alopecia areata cannot be remedied with Propecia, the most popular hair loss treatment available for a particular type of hair loss in men.

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