Can you help us with something and get a free eBook?
We’re doing a massive Vitiligo Quality of Life study. These studies are pretty standard in dermatology – they help researchers understand the impact of a disease and are normally compared on a case-by-case basis with similar studies. So, what’s with the ‘world-first’ pitch?
Well, the idea this time is to compare the results to a similar study we ran in 2018 in 30+ countries. We had over 5,000 participants then and want 25,000+ from 100+ countries now. Basically, we are seeking feedback on quality of life of vitiligo patients from every part of the world. This has never been done before — in any disease — and I doubt it’ll be repeated any time soon. It’s a BIG THING.
And, believe me, it will grab the attention of Big Pharma, FDA/EMA (and other governmental bodies) to give vitiligo the priority it needs and deserves.
So, we need you – yes, you – to help us out here. Please don’t just read and disregard this, as just a few minutes of your time can make a huge difference in the fight against vitiligo. And you get to be part of something that’s never been done before. Neat, huh?
Please click on your country from the list here below 👇🏻 to complete the anonymous form. It’s just ten short questions, so it’s super-quick. When you complete the survey you will receive link to a free download of "A No-Nonsense Guide To Vitiligo" ebook.
P.S. If your country is not one of 114 countries on the list, please drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org -- and we'll add it within hours.
🇨🇦 Canada: English, French
🇨🇲 Cameroon: English, French
🇩🇴 Dominican Republic
🇭🇰 Hong Kong SAR China
🇨🇮 Ivory Coast (Côte d’Ivoire)
🇱🇺 Luxembourg: French, German
🇳🇿 New Zealand
🇲🇰 North Macedonia
🇵🇰 Pakistan: Urdu, English
🇵🇷 Puerto Rico
🇸🇦 Saudi Arabia
🇿🇦 South Africa
🇰🇷 South Korea
🇱🇰 Sri Lanka
🇨🇭 Switzerland: French, German
🇹🇹 Trinidad & Tobago
🇦🇪 United Arab Emirates: Arabic, English
🇬🇧 United Kingdom
🇺🇸 United States of America
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