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Melanoma Survival Rates Lower in Patients with Skin of Color

Although patients with skin of color are less likely to develop melanoma than caucasian patients, they have a higher rat…

Managing Alopecia in Women of Color

Josh Zeichner, MD sits down with Valerie Callender, MD to discuss her approach to patients dealing with hair loss, parti…

Joshua Zeichner, MD, FAAD, Valerie Callender, MD

Driving Research in Vitiligo

There's still much to learn about vitiligo, and researchers and patients still hope for a cure. Education and fundraisin…

Adam Friedman, MD, John E. Harris, MD, PhD

Meaningful Approaches to Vitiligo

As science continues to uncover more about vitiligo and its treatment, dermatologists have more options than ever. But t…

Adam Friedman, MD, John E. Harris, MD, PhD

Tight Ponytails, Braids Linked to Traction Alopecia

New research confirms a “strong association” between scalp-pulling hairstyles such as tight ponytails, braid…

Vitiligo: Truth, Hope and Change

In March 2016, the Vitiligo Working Group (VWG) launched a public awareness campaign, “Step Up for Vitiligo,” design…

Vitiligo Working Group

Vitiligo Working Group Launches Public Awareness Campaign

The Vitiligo Working Group is drawing attention to the many faces of vitiligo with a new public awareness campaign. &nbs…

Melasma: Non-Hydroquinone Options

Seemal Desai, MD covers non-hydroquinone options for treating melasma for patients who may not tolerate hydroquinone or …

Joel L. Cohen, MD, FAAD, Seemal R. Desai, MD


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