News - 24 Oct `17Habla Espaol? Let Us Know.

Would you prefer to read Vitiligo News in Spanish rather than in English? Let us know. 

We are looking into a possibility to translate our monthly newsletters in Spanish - if we get enough requests to justify the additional effort of our small team.   

As an example, here are some past issues, translated by Prof. Jorge Luis Perez, President of VITAMIGOS - Cuban Vitiligo Support and Research Group (Holguin, Cuba)

Simply drop us a note with your language preference by email or via Facebook.

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