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Held every two years, the Vitiligo International Symposium (VIS) aims to expedite vitiligo therapy development. This event focuses on the latest breakthrough research and best practices relating to vitiligo management.
Traditionally, the VIS consists of informative podium sessions on a range of scientific issues from around the world, combined with clinical reports featuring proven techniques and novel observations, and additional workshops.
The 2020 Symposium is hosted in Bangalore, one of the best conference and touristic destinations in India.
The detailed program will be available soon.
WHEN: December 4-6, 2020
WHERE: TAJ Bangalore, India
Hope to see you in Bangalore in December 2020!
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