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Researchers Stop Vitiligo Progression. New hope for millions worldwide

Data released on May 24, 2013 from our preclinical study of a Pharmsyntez drug, sold under the trademark Neovir, has shown positive results in arresting vitiligo lesion progression in 73.3 percent of patients with an active form of vitiligo.

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Dr. Igor Korobko, Chief Scientific Director of the non-profit Vitiligo Research Foundation, has reported a major breakthrough in vitiligo therapy development at the 10th EADV Spring Symposium in Krakow, Poland. Read more »»»

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Dr. Igor Korobko, PhD, DSci, has presented the results of early clinical trials

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