World Vitiligo Day 2012
The World Vitiligo Day was celebrated in a series of synchronized events around the world. It started with the press conference in Rome on June 22nd, continued with free dermatology consultations across Italy over the weekend, rolled into street events in Brazil and Nigeria, appeared on media radars and screens in Botswana, Chad, China, Czech, France, India, Macedonia, the UK and USA on June 25th, and finished at the national dermatology congress in Russia on June 26 » » »
More than ever before, there is a need for concerted and coordinated research efforts to overcome vitiligo. Hosted by Prof. Torello Lotti, M.D., two NGOs - VR Foundation (USA) and World Health Academy (Switzerland) dedicated to fighting vitiligo come together in an event to mark the World Vitiligo Day on June 22, three days before the official day » » »
Campaign bulletin 2012
Greetings from the World Vitiligo Day Campaign! » » »
I support the petition to designate June 25 as Vitiligo World Day and save millions of people worldwide from social isolation and persecution.
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