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Can i apply for disability if I have vitiligo?

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No, because Vitiligo is classified as a sickness.  If you are experiencing severe psychological problems (ie. bi-polar mania, depression, etc.), and your doctor believes it is due to the social stresses of having severe vitiligo, then you might be able to pursue that route.  Understand though, that the success rate for getting SSI Disability benefits for depression are less than 1 percent.

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