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This master-class will be held alongside 15th Pan Arab Congress of Dermatology and Venereology, jointly with the 4th International Palestinian Congress, in Ramallah (Palestine) on 8-10 November 2016. The Congress Chairman is Dr. Riad Mashal. A panel of distinguished speakers will deliver 45 min. lectures on:
- Prof. Torello Lotti - Vitiligo: what's new and what's true in 2016.
- Prof. Davinder Parsad - The selection of the best surgical procedures in vitiligo.
- Prof. Medhat Abdelmalek - Pseudocatalase treatment of vitiligo.
- Prof. Yan Valle - Vitiligo: tools and resources for researchers, clinicians and patients.
followed by Q&A session.
Participation is free. Coffee and snacks will be provided.
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