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“Vitiligo – My Story” Booklet published.

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"Vitiligo - My Story" Booklet published.

Last year, The Vitiligo Society collaborated with Birmingham Children’s Hospital on a children’s booklet series entitled ‘Vitiligo – My Story’.

Part of an ongoing series that brings focus to a number of conditions both children and adults suffer with, the ‘Vitiligo – My Story booklet was a great way to bring together the stories of regular children who openly shared both the positive side and sometimes negative side of having Vitiligo.

After months of constructing a great selection of stories in the form of interviews, we are pleased to announce the booklet is now ready to download. Please find a copy for your viewing here.

About the Author

Eyal Raveh

Eyal joined the Society in order to give back to the community, help others with vitiligo and raise awareness. He first noticed vitiligo at the age of 12, it has now spread and covers around 20% of his body.

He has a background in IT and Banking, lives in London and is very active trying to stay fit and healthy believing that a positive mental attitude can help with the pressure of society and the impact vitiligo has on one’s self esteem.

Eyal became a Trustee in 2016 and became Chairperson in 2018.

Eyal joined the Society in order to give back to the community, help others with vitiligo and raise awareness. He first noticed vitiligo at the age of 12, it has now spread and covers around 20% of his body.

He has a background in IT and Banking, lives in London and is very active trying to stay fit and healthy believing that a positive mental attitude can help with the pressure of society and the impact vitiligo has on one’s self esteem.

Eyal became a Trustee in 2016 and became Chairperson in 2018.