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Proud to support this year's Hacking Dermatology as a sponsor and mentor

Join us and countless innovators, creators, and leaders in generating new ideas and solutions for skin health equality.

Skin diseases manifest differently on different skin tones. This can make it difficult to diagnosis and treat if educational materials are only focused on a subset of skin tones. Additionally, people of color and minority groups have historically been underrepresented in clinical trials and research studies. As a result the standard treatments and protocols may not always be best suited for certain individuals. We've seen substantial advancement in precision and personalized medicine for cancer, how can we do the same for skin diseases?


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