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About this cause:Vitiligo is a condition in which your skin loses melanin, the pigment that determines the color of your skin, hair and eyes. If the cells that produce melanin die or no longer form melanin, slowly growing white patches of irregular shapes appear on your skin.
Vitiligo usually starts as small areas of pigment loss that spread and become larger with time. These changes in your skin can result in stress and worries about your appearance.
There is no cure for vitiligo. The goal of treatment is to stop or slow the progression of depigmentation and, if you desire, attempt to return some color to your skin.
Vitiligo can affect any race, any age, any gender, anywhere. There is no known cure for Vitiligo. Until there is a cure, we must continue to educate people about this disease in order that those affected are not discriminated against. Show your support and embrace diversity. http://www.avrf.org/diversity/contributions.php