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What does vitiligo on the back look like?

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Vitiligo on the back is a loss of skin color in patches. The loss of skin color tends to progress, and may even cover the entire skin.

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vitiligo is often seen on face, neck, waist, limbs, armpit, anal area, and female genital area. Occasionally there can be hairs that turn white in the affected parts of severe cases.

Professor Wang Xianchen, president of Harbin Xianchen TCM Hospital Specialist In Skin Disease is the ninth generation of a family with Traditional Chinese Medicine as profession. Wang has developed a series of methods for treating vitiligo, namely vitiligo-eliminating series made from pure Chinese herbal medicine,  The “green fumigation-washing therapy in herbal bath which nourishes blood and flourishes skin” therapy, which has been granted a national patent.

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