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Home Interventions and Light therapy for the treatment of vitiligo (HI-Light Vitiligo Trial)

Project title: Home Interventions and Light therapy for the treatment of vitiligo (HI-Light Vitiligo Trial)

Call to action: 12/24 12/24 UVB light combined with topical corticosteroid for treatment of vitiligo

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Professor Kim ThomasORCID logo

Lead Author: Dr Jonathan BatchelorORCID logo

Contractor: The University of Nottingham

Cost: £1,484,830.83

Co-investigators: Dr Jane RavenscroftORCID logo, Dr Joanne ChalmersORCID logo, Dr Jonathan BatchelorORCID logo, Dr Viktoria EleftheriadouORCID logo, Mr Andy RogersORCID logo, Mrs Lelia DuleyORCID logo, Mrs Maxine WhittonORCID logo, Ms Diane WhithamORCID logo, Professor Alan MontgomeryORCID logo, Professor Hywel WilliamsORCID logo, Professor Miriam SanterORCID logo, Professor Tracey SachORCID logo.

Started: November 2014 | Status: Published November 2020

ISRCTN: 17160087

A combination of home-based narrowband UVB and topical corticosteroid is superior to topical corticosteroid alone and it was relatively safe and well tolerated.

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