XX Master Class Report & Photos
University of Guglielmo Marconi in Rome opened it's doors to Master Class participants.
Comm. Massimo Sansolini, Sediario Pontificio and Decano Generale dell'Arciconfraternita Vaticana di S. Anna de' Parafrenieri delivers a welcome note from Vatican.
Prof. Torello Lotti, Professor & Chair of Dermatology, University Guglielmo Marconi, opens the Conference with a review of Psycho-Neuro-Endocrine-Immune disorders and disabilities.
Introducing Prof. Xing-Hua Gao, Chairman of Department of Dermatology, No.1 Hospital of China Medical University
Audience in the Aula Magna of the University
Prof. Michael Tirant from Australia shares his experience in treating dermatological conditions and disabilities.
Prof. Davinder Parsad talks about new discoveries and recent progress in vitiligo.
Dr. Raffaele Aguiari presenting "Run For Fun" program designed in Switzerland to fight obesity among children and prevent disabilities.
Prof. Francesco Ammaturo from University G. Marconi, Rome.
Prof. Mira Kadurina delivers talk about mis-treatments and dire quality of life of vitiligo patients in Bulgaria.
Prof. Aghareed El Gammal from Egypt talks about a global awareness week for dermatological diseases.
Prof. Andy Goren talks about immunizations as a matter of global importance to prevent disabilities, and false claims about connection between vitiligo and vaccines.
Prof. Gao presents report on vitiligo prevalence and related quality of life in Asia.
Recent statistics on the prevalence of vitiligo in Asia.
Dr. Ines Verner from Israel talks about disabilities in dermatology.
Prof. Katerina Damevska from University of Skopje, Macedonia
Prof. Christian Diehl talks about new natural treatments developed in Cordoba, Argentina.
Dr. Richard Wittal presents activities of Vitiligo Support Group from Australia.
Prof. Claudio Feliciani, Chairman of Parma School of Medicine is greeting the audience.
Dr. Noufal Raboobee talks about quality of life of vitiligo patients in South Africa.
Dr. Aliya Kassumkhanova presents video about regional dermatological hospital and report about Vitiligo School and Support Group in Kazakhstan.
Dr. Maja Kovacevic presents report from Croatian Vitiligo Association, talking about a heavily distressed life of vitiligo patients in the country.
Prof. Panjot Papa, Dean of the Medical School of the University of Tirana, Albania, talks about his experience in treating dermatological disabilities.
A video message from Dr. Jorge Luis Pérez Hidalgo, President of the Vitiligo Support and Research Group in Cuba.
Prof. Torello Lotti and Prof. Yan Valle
Speakers of XX Master Class On Vitiligo and 2nd Winter Consensus Conference in Rome.
Lunch for participants was served at the traditional Italian cafeteria, just around the corner.
A beautiful Fontana di Trevi in Rome, is one of the most famous fountains in the world.
I support the petition to designate June 25 as Vitiligo World Day and save millions of people worldwide from social isolation and persecution.
What is coming?
Expert Answers Most Frequently Asked Questions about Vitiligo
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First NY Vitiligo Community Group meeting of 2018
will be on Thursday, February 8th, from 7PM - 8:30PM on the 11th floor of NYU's Ambulatory Care Center at 240 East 38th Street, between 2nd and 3rd Avenue Since this ...08 February 2018 07:00, NYU's Ambulatory Care Center at 24...
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