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Vitiligo Clinical Trial

Vitiligo Clinical Trial for Men in MA Who Are Taking Cholesterol Medication

A phase-II, randomized, placebo-controlled trial of simvastatin in generalized vitiligo Continue Reading

Did Your Blood Type Trigger Vitiligo?

A couple of months ago I was mentally reviewing events that transpired before the onset of my vitiligo. Had I been going through any unusually stressful times? Hmmm, well I was pregnant with my third child, who was conceived 6 months after my second child was born, so that could have been too much for my body to handle. I was in the process of selling my retail store, but that was very exciting, so that wouldn’t have been a factor.

Suddenly I remembered that during my first pregnancy I was told that my blood group was O and RH negative; RH negative is much rarer than RH positive, only 16% of the world’s population is negative. This fact made me wonder if I was onto something.

I posted a question on my Vitiligo Friends Facebook page asking if anyone else was RH-. Continue Reading

New Positive Effects of Ginkgo Biloba on Vitiligo

Nathalie speaks with Dr. Orest Szczurko, from the Noumena Naturopathic Health & Wellness Centre in Toronto, Canada,  about his clinical trials testing the results of ginkgo biloba to cure and/or prompt repigmentation to the white patches of vitiligo.

Sponsored by:
Vitiligo Cover Lotion http://shop.vitiligocover.com

Show Notes:

Here are the links to the clinical trials, please click on the free full text article in PubMed central button in the top right corner.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18498646
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21406109

Dr. Orest Szczurko’s Contact:
www.noumena.ca

Read about Dr. Orest Szczurko’s approach to the treatment of vitiligo:
http://noumena.ca/advice/vitiligo/

Vitiligo: The Skin We Live In

Here is a great podcast about the function of the largest body organ, our skin. I’m sharing this because it gave me really good insight as to how our skin works for us, and more importantly to us with vitiligo, the function and workings of the cells that pigment our skin. Have a listen and tell me what you think. Continue Reading