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Vitiligo is a skin problem which results in white spots of epidermis appearing on various parts of the body. The common body parts that are affected are those which are exposed to the sun such as the fingers, face and toes (also includes the underarms and vaginal area for females). The spots have a tendency to spread very slowly to other areas of the body; however, this can be weeks, months or even years.

On an international scale, around 100 billion individuals are diagnosed with vitiligo. If we specifically look at the US and Europe, vitiligo affects 1% of their entire population. The impact of vitiligo is no different to males and females or even races.

Common remedies for vitiligo are very expensive, ineffective and usually dangerous with their impact to other parts of the body. Regrettably, those who have vitiligo are often distressed and prepared to cover any cost, even when they are informed of the limitations and problems associated with these remedies. The pharmaceutical industry keeps discovering new, more costly and ineffective treatment options, each year. Unfortunately, these companies are always winning from the poor vitiligo sufferers.

In a report produced by ASDReports, they confirmed that in 2011 the vitiligo therapeutics market had an estimated value of $1.4 billion. By 2019, it is approximated that the industry may increase to $2.7 million, meaning, almost doubling the earnings of this rewarding industry.

Now with this knowledge, what if I told you there was a method to treat vitiligo naturally, without the use of any medication or surgery- would you be shocked that no dermatologist or doctor has told you about this? Probably not, right? It’s shocking how each individual that a doctor or dermatologist examines for vitiligo usually makes $2,000-$4,000 on an annual basis – very lucrative,right?

Guess what, there is a natural remedy for vitiligo and it includes using natural substances which are available from your local supermarket and some basic nutritional and lifestyle adjustments. But this isn’t all, you will find that this isn’t any ‘new’ or ‘revolutionary’ formula. Reports have been published by medical researches on how they treated vitiligo in just a few weeks using natural ingredients and vitamins going back to the 1980’s.

In today’s market, you might expect these great results to make huge news right? Not the case. You see, the pharmaceutical and health industry is driven by income, not the benefits derived by individuals. That is exactly why they continue making medicines which are costly, of limited usefulness, and must be used consistently for several years. This is the perfect formula for guaranteeing an ongoing increasing income for a business. An example of such shameless profiteering for by large companies is illustrated with individuals suffering from cholesterol (who are recommended statins). Statins really have very little effect and provide numerous side effects. Once an individual starts taking them, they need to keep taking them for the rest of their life. So stay clear of these new technological developments and learn the natural way of treating vitiligo.
SYDNEY, May 12 (Xinhua) -- An accident which saw an Australian cruise ship crash into a Melbourne pier with passengers on board in January was avoidable, a report into the incident has found.

On Jan. 13, the Spirit of Tasmania II cruise ship broke free of its moorings in Port Melbourne with 120 passengers on board, crashing into the car bridge and ramp at Station Pier.

Witnesses were left stunned when the ship dramatically broke away from the dock as it was hit by winds exceeding speeds of 100 km per hour.

The incident left the ship stranded in Melbourne for several days, causing major freight delays and leaving passengers stranded.

The two Spirit of Tasmania ships carry passengers from Melbourne to Devonport and vice versa, operating a service each way every day and two each way on Saturday's.

A report by the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) released on Friday said the crash could have been prevented if the TT Line ferry had been monitoring weather conditions.

The ATSB said the staff on the ship were not aware of the impending thunderstorm until after passengers had started to board.

It said the ship's bridge was unmanned while it was in port, meaning weather warning from the Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) went unheeded.

"Precautions such as manning the bridge, monitoring the moorings or engaging tugs were therefore not taken," the report said.

"It is possible that the breakaway might have been prevented had the precautions for adverse weather been more carefully considered."

The ATSB conceded that the warning system at the Port of Melbourne was only "partially effective" and did not warn the ship of the storm but said that ship's crew was ultimately responsible for monitoring weather conditions.

Bernard Dwyer, chief executive of TT-Line Company which operates the Spirit of Tasmania, said the company had worked closely with the ATSB to minimize the risk of another incident occurring.

"TT Line has also continued to review all aspects of the business' operations in relation to our high priority on safety," Dwyer said.

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