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I hesitated before selecting the area of science in the light of which I'd like to get my question answered : it actually belongs to several categories at the same time : medicine, genetics, and evolution, at least. Is the frequency of alopecia universalis increasing and can it be regarded as a sign of evolution of our species ? Is it ludicrous to imagine that AA could become the norm within a few thousands years (not to mention other changes, in average height, body proportions, skin hue and skull shape for instance)?
Re: Is alopecia universalis' frequency increasing and is it a sign of evolution
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