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  • guys

    any news of caroline le poole's experiment/research ov vitiligo?

  • This group needs an image. Let me know if you want one, Steve. I have access to clipart.com. There are some creative common photos on Flickr, too.
  • good link Randy. Cheers!
  • The following may be of interest to those seeking the latest information on research papers: http://nvfi.org/pages/bibliography.php. The National Vitiligo Foundation tracks this information and has experts that can answer any questions.
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