Watch video recordings from the World Vitiligo Day 2019 conference in Hanoi, Vietnam. The content has been edited for online viewing. The main language of the video is Vietnamese, but scientific presentations are in English. The Vitiligo Research Foundation does not endorse any specific treatments or medications for vitiligo that were featured during presentations.
- World Vitiligo Day 2019 Hanoi, Part 1 - Science. 3 hours 51 minutes
- World Vitiligo Day 2019 Hanoi, Part 2 - Transplantation procedure live stream. 1 hour 34 minutes
- World Vitiligo Day 2019 Hanoi, Part 3 - Quality of Life. 3 hours 53 minutes
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