The Vitiligo CloudBank is a free self-help patient portal that lets you monitor your condition and treatment progression. It is anonymous, easy to use and offers you the opportunity to collate, focus and streamline your vitiligo health data, treatments and photos.
Sharing your details via the CloudBank will also make a real difference, as your contribution helps doctors and researchers who are collating information from vitiligo sufferers across the world. Understanding and analyzing this data is a vital factor in the search for a cure for vitiligo.
The CloudBank also gives you the chance to seek expert opinion on your condition, by sharing your details with doctors registered on the CloudBank. You simply need to grant temporary access to your health record, email or send a print-out of your profile to one of the many doctors listed on the site, then you will receive expert opinion on your condition and how best to treat it.
Please help us to help you and the millions of other vitiligo sufferers across the world and join the CloudBank today.
To get started with your CloudBank journey, simply click here. All you need to provide is your email address to log in, then any information you supply is completely anonymous.
If you have any questions about the vitiligo CloudBank and how to use it, please contact us.
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