News - 28 Aug `20What's New In Vitiligo 2020? Expert Interview

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Dr. Seemal R. Desai, M.D., FAAD, highlights new therapeutics that may impact the future of vitiligo management in this short video. He discussed this and other topics at the American Academy of Dermatology Virtual Meeting Experience in June 2020.

I think that JAK inhibitors are really exciting right now in our quest to find an effective, long-term, safe treatment - as well as potentially a cure for vitiligo,” says Dr. Desai. Find out how he uses these medications in the video below.

More from Dr. Desai in short videos:

  • Talk to your vitiligo patients about their treatment goals
  • How to classify disease activity in vitiligo patients
  • Best practices for unstable vitiligo
  • The role of antioxidants in vitiligo treatment

here below and at AAD Therapeutic Hotline.

 

 

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