Melanoma story: Stacey Everson on melanoma & apps

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Skin cancer is a growing problem in many parts of the world. New Zealand has seen a high incidence for decades, due to the amount of exposure to direct sunlight.

Watch Stacey’s melanoma story below:

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Stacey started using SkinVision to be more in control of her skin health. “My friend heard about the SkinVision app and made me download it as I had a mole on my shoulder that he thought looked suspicious.

“The analysis said it was high risk. I didn’t wait. I went to my GP the next day and he cut it out immediately.”

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SkinVision Customer Stories

"I think it probably saved my life"
Seonaid Sichel
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"SkinVision gave me the confidence to go and ask the doctor"
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"The melanoma could have been on my arm for years"
Andrew Bartlett
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"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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