News - 28 Jan `17Deceptive curcumin, JAK inhibitors and simvastatin

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Don't scramble to get curcumin, simvastatin or JAK inhibitors for vitiligo. Theres always a chance that they will work in some people, and we just havent figured out exactly who that is yet. Nature and Dr. John Harris report a cautionary tale of recent clinical trials in our newsletter.

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