for 'Vitiligo Handbook: Treatment Protocols and Tools For Clinicians.' The purpose of this book is to provide a comprehensive guide to vitiligo management in a private practice or clinic, with the emphasis on applicability. All proceeds from this publication will be used to advance vitiligo research and raise awareness. Details
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