In the news: smartphone technology helps detect high-risk moles early

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Personalized digital solutions are becoming available that can facilitate the recognition of potentially cancerous skin growths and, consequently, reduce time to diagnosis. One such solution is a smartphone application by SkinVision, which enables users to take photos of moles and other skin lesions and, through a mathematical algorithm, identify which need medical attention. The photos can be stored, compared over time, and shared online with a GP or dermatologist.

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SkinVision Customer Stories

"I think it probably saved my life"
Seonaid Sichel
United Kingdom
"SkinVision gave me the confidence to go and ask the doctor"
William Webber
United Kingdom
"The melanoma could have been on my arm for years"
Andrew Bartlett
United Kingdom
"I’m now under strict watch"
Barry Joblin
New Zealand
"I think it probably saved my life"
Seonaid Sichel
United Kingdom
"SkinVision gave me the confidence to go and ask the doctor"
William Webber
United Kingdom
"The melanoma could have been on my arm for years"
Andrew Bartlett
United Kingdom
"I’m now under strict watch"
Barry Joblin
New Zealand

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