BSF - vitiligo
ASK THE EXPERT - Vitiligo is a disease which affects the skins pigmentation. Patches of the skin can appear white and are most noticeable in people with darker skin. The BSF are giving you the opportunity to put your vitiligo questions to their expert panel Dr Anjali Mahto, Dr Nisith Sheth and Dr Anton Alexandroff who will be on hand during the clinic to give advice and support, treatments options and provide tips on self-management – Experts available Thursday 17 August but you will be able to post your questions in advance from Monday 14th.
British Skin Foundation (BSF) is the only UK charity dedicated to raising funds for skin disease and skin cancer research. Visit the British Skin Foundation charity page to find out more.
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