Our special thanks to Professors Mirna itum and Andrija Stanimirovic for an exceptional organization of VI Master Class On Vitiligo and Pigmentary Disorders in Croatia. Nearly 100 doctors from across the Balkan region spend weekend with us to learn the best practices in vitiligo management. Full report and photos.
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