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Celebrity Permanent Makeup Artist Slams Claim "Michael Jackson Didn't Want to be Black"
Date:7/7/2009

s caused by a combination of autoimmune, genetic and environmental factors. "Stress is definitely a contributing factor," said Hammons. "Changing skin colors add even more stress, particularly if vitiligo develops on visible areas of the body, such as the face, hands, arms, feet, or on the genitals."

In some cultures there is a stigma attached to having vitiligo. Those affected with the condition are sometimes thought to be evil or diseased and are sometimes shunned by others in the community. People with vitiligo may feel depressed because of this stigma or because their appearance has changed dramatically.

Hammons has great compassion for Jackson and his battle with the disease. "To deal with the psychological impact of this disease is significant; to deal with the very public and cruel opinions of others must have been overwhelming."

"Trauma drives addiction," adds Hammons. "In my opinion, those who judged him unknowingly contributed to his preoccupation with appearance, his eventual addiction to cosmetic surgery and prescription drugs, and ultimately his early death. We all need to have more compassion for those who suffer from this baffling and misunderstood disease."

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