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Jakarta, Indonesia — online
The eleventh annual WORLD VITILIGO DAY will take place on June 25th, 2021 — with 🇮🇩 Jakarta, Indonesia playing host this year. The honorary captain is Dr. Srie Prihianti Gondokaryono, supported by a strong team from the Indonesian Society of Dermatology & Venereology.
Details and Program
Special THANKS to our Sponsors
There are really no words that VRF can say that represents the gratitude for our major sponsors. We appreciate all that you have done for the World Vitiligo Day over the years. We realize that your support and time you give far outweigh any rewards related to brand visibility, marketing and community goodwill. So please know that we sincerely appreciate you! 🙏🏻
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