Vitiligo Blog – Select a Category that Interests You! Emotional Issues Vitiligo Research Vitiligo Podcast Vitiligo Questions Personal Stories Podcast Videos Podcast: Self-Love/Past Experiments UPDATE Nathalie Pelletier and Emmy discuss what self-love looks like… Treatment for Vitiligo, New Experiment I’m starting a new experiment to try to repigment my vitiligo white patches…follow along… Vitiligo […]
I am very excited to share with you an email I received today from one of my readers. It’s about a new clinical trial for Vitiligo Cure Research June 2017. I’m writing to let you know about a multicenter vitiligo clinical trial that is coming soon. The study will be conducted by Incyte, and will […]
It can feel discouraging when you feel like no one is really looking for a cure for vitiligo, but I think, as with so many diseases, finding a cure for vitiligo isn’t a straight-forward process. Researchers have found the gene for vitiligo and now they need to figure out why it turns on in some […]
Identifying Immune Cells in Vitiligo to Determine Best Treatment Approach A research trial at Henry Ford Hospital seeks to gain a greater understanding of the role the immune system plays in vitiligo, and how that could determine the best treatment approach. This study includes one visit to the clinic where your blood sample will be […]
Prospective single-blind randomized clinical trial to assess the efficacy of UVA1 phototherapy in vitiligo. UVA1 phototherapy has been shown to be useful for a variety of skin diseases due to its anti-inflammatory effect and deeper penetration. However, there are only a few studies published on the efficacy of UVA1 in vitiligo.
Efficacy of Red Light Treatment for Vitiligo Prospective single-blind randomized clinical trial to assess the efficacy of red light treatment in vitiligo. Visible red light has been shown to stimulate melanocyte migration and proliferation resulting in repigmentation of vitiligo.
University of Colorado Health School of Medicine International Study to Find Vitiligo Genes Additional Patient Volunteers Needed From the USA and Canada
Vitiligo Research Clinical Study: Participation is free and travel expenses will be reimbursed. ?Your information will be kept confidential.