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Austin, Texas at UT-Austin
Dallas-Fort Worth Vitiligo Support Group is organizing 'The Step Up for Vitiligo Gala' which will take place on April 28th in Austin, Texas at UT-Austin. Dr. Ammar Ahmed, Dermatologist at UT-Austin would attend the gala to give words of support. For details contact Meda Haiyer at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.dfwvsg.org
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