What you may have missed in our recent newsletter.
I’m sure you feel there is too much information floating around. And turning this sea of data into anything meaningful on any subject requires more effort than most people’s available time, energy or memory. Not to mention the fact that half of studies you read about in the news are wrong, anyways, - but which one is true?
That's why each month I scour the web to ensure you never miss anything worthwhile on vitiligo health and lifestyle. And I put some great stuff for you in the newsletter, which I’m confident will brighten up your weekend. Here is just a snippet of what you may have missed last month:
- FDA warnings about unsafe vitiligo medicines and clinical tools
- A brilliant piece about how predatory open-source publishers extract fees from unsuspecting authors
- Tony Robbin’s incredible ‘7 Keys To Transforming Medical Practice Into A Thriving Business’
- Blockchain solutions that will transform healthcare in the nearest future
- A cool new device with a mobile app for home phototherapy waiting for FDA approval this summer
- and some emotional personal stories and music videos.
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What is coming?
NY Vitiligo Community Meeting in September
Our next meeting will be on Thursday, September 21st, at 7PM - 8:30PM on the 11th floor of NYU's Ambulatory Care Center at 240 East 38th Street, between 2nd and 3rd Av...21 September 2017 19:00, 11th floor of NYU's Ambulatory Car...
Vitiligo Advocacy Day at the US Capitol
Save-the-Date for the much anticipated Vitiligo Advocacy Day at the United States Capitol this fall. As many of you know, the Advocacy Committee of the Global Vitilig...04 October 2017 10:00, Washington, DC
Can chemicals cause vitiligo?
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Is there a traditional medicine to treat vitiligo?
During the last decades, new methods of therapeutic research, ethno-botany and ethno-pharmacology and even archeo-pharmacology (PubMed), have been used extensively to ...
Are there any famous people with vitiligo?
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Isn't it just a cosmetic disorder?
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