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Can smartphone apps really detect skin cancer?

By Skin Cancer Institute |February 26, 2020 posted in Detection, Research

Do smartphone apps that assess moles for skin cancer actually work? Some new research suggests these popular apps might not be a reliable method of detecting all forms of skin cancer. Read on for an ...
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[5 min watch] Skin Cancer Update with Prof Giuseppe Argenziano [February 2020]

By Skin Cancer Institute |February 12, 2020 posted in Detection, Research

In this month's skin cancer update video, Professor Giuseppe Argenziano discusses three clinical scenarios for pigmented nail bands.
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[WEBINAR] A handful of golden rules in skin cancer management for the GP

By Skin Cancer Institute |January 29, 2020 posted in Treatment, Detection

In this webinar and Q&A session, experienced GP educator and skin cancer doctor Professor David Wilkinson shares key points to consider when seeing patients with skin cancer concerns in the ...
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Skin cancer diagnosis: Artificial intelligence and full-body photography

By Skin Cancer Institute |September 25, 2019 posted in Detection, Research

Digitisation has become an indispensable part of medicine, and systems like total body photography and artificial intelligence can now support doctors in some medical fields with the same precision ...
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Accuracy of computer-aided melanoma diagnosis | Prof David Wilkinson

By Skin Cancer Institute |July 17, 2019 posted in Detection, Research

This month, I was fascinated to read a meta-analysis of the accuracy of computer-aided melanoma diagnosis, by Vincent Dick et al.
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