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Houston Vitiligo Awareness Movement "Embrace Who You Are" is being hosted by D'Lyric Inspired. The event will be held on Saturday, April 8th from 3-6pm at Preston Theater. Dr. Bree is one of the guest speakers, and there will be many talented guest artists performing....

No joke!  The Woman's Hospital of Texas is sponsoring their Pediatric Symposium on April 1, and Dr. Bree is one of the faculty members.  She will be presenting "Bumps and Rashes Survival Guide" to help prepare local pediatricians for these summertime challenges....

Dr. Bree is looking forward to being a part of the Mommie Series- Mini Series from Crib to College with her amazing colleagues who are PURE HEART & SOUL on March 29th at 6pm. To get 20% off on your ticket use the promotional code...

"Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much." -Helen Keller Dr. Bree is thankful for her small but mighty team of 5 who recently traveled to Tanzania. Together, they were able to care for over 250 children with albinism and performed nearly...

NEA Announces an Eczema Research Study for Children and Adolescents A research study is now enrolling children aged 2 to 17 years old who suffer from moderate to severe eczema (also called atopic dermatitis). Eczema is characterized by:...

Happy Valentine's Day! We LOVE providing pediatric dermatology care for our patients and their families! We LOVE that we can help provide social, emotional and spiritual support for children with skin conditions and birthmarks! We LOVE what we do! Here is an article published by...

Dr. Bree was humbled by the opportunity to provide care and treatment for little ones living in orphanages who are affected by albinism during her recent mission trip to Tanzania. "In the same way, let your good deeds shine out for all to see, so...

Dr. Bree is returning to Tanzania on a mission trip with e3 Partners. Her small but mighty team of 5 women will be treating children from 6 different orphanages, especially little ones with albinism. They will not only be helping treat their physical needs but...

Knowing you are making a positive difference in the world by helping others is a gift by itself, but it always makes us smile when our patients share their gratitude with us! ...