At a recent meeting in Vancouver (Canada), leaders of vitiligo support organizations from 5 continents established a World Vitiligo Alliance, and invite leaders of other organizations to join. This is a major development in vitiligo area and more details will be released soon at www.worldvitiligoalliance.org
In the photo, from left to right: Jean-Marie Meurant (AFVitiligo, France), Ogo Maduewesi (VITSAF, Nigeria), Dr. Maya Tulpule (Shweta, India), Dr. Adrian Mar (Vitiligo Association, Australia), Yan Valle (Vitiligo Research Foundation (USA)
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