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Some of the world’s most knowledgeable vitiligo specialists will gather live on MyVitiligoTeam for a roundtable discussion.
Medical experts - Dr. John Harris, Dr. Amit Pandya, Dr. Pearl E. Grimes and Dr. Seemal R Desai - will discuss the latest in vitiligo research, real-world treatments and answer your questions.
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