Diseases

Vitiligo: sources and notes

Author: Sylvie Charbonnier

Expert consultant: Dr. Joelle Sébaoun, dermatologist.

Sources:

> Halder RM, et al. New and emerging therapies for vitiligo. Dermatol Clin, 2000, 18: 79-89.
> Picardo Mauro, Taïeb Alain (Eds.), Vitiligo, Springer. 1st Edition. 2010.

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