After Hair Loss at 11, Shame Ruins Woman's Singing Career

Lillian White, a dental hygienist from Mendham, Mass., was only 11 when a genetic condition caused her hair to start falling out. "I was just getting into puberty and that awkward phase and my hair started falling out," said White, who is now 31. "It was terrible. At slumber parties, we would braid each other's hair with friends and they would ask, 'Why are your braids so tiny?'" As she matured, White refused to go out with boys. "Who would want date a girl with thin hair?" she said. "It...Full Story
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