Al-Kindy educational center for dermatoses within the Arab council for medical specialties as one of the formations of al-Kindy college of medicine at the university of Baghdad organized a medical conference on erythemal wolf disease. The conference was attended by the dean, the staff, the director of the hospital, a number of professors and specialists from inside and outside the college and the doctors specialized in dermatoses and other specialties. The conference included a review of the center’s role with regard to medical and cosmetic interventions, speeches that praises the success rates obtained by the center regionally and globally, as well as discussing more than (15) distinctive researches. It is worth mentioned that this disease is chronic well-known since the beginning of the twentieth century, resulting in changes affecting facial countenance that somewhat are similar to those red spots in the face of a wolf. This disease causing damage to the connective tissues and affecting people by a rate (1/250) in the second or the third decade of life and by a rate: one man to every nine women, causing irregularity of the immune system known as (anti irregular immune bodies). Its first symptoms appear gradually within a period ranging from weeks to months and can be summarized as feeling fatigue, high temperature, loss of appetite and weight.