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Arthritis meds and UV light used to treat vitiligo

Vitiligo is an autoimmune disease that destroys skin pigment, leaving areas of skin looking like they've been bleached white. Although things like steroid creams may help in some cases, often there isn't much that can be done. Help may be on the way, however, as doctors have had success using a combination of an arthritis drug and ultraviolet light... Continue Reading Arthritis meds and UV
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