One couple’s problem – Shared by many
Miiskin was founded by Jon, who needed a better way to track the moles on his partner Rikke’s back. Jon was told by the doctor that current best practice was using pen and paper. He couldn’t help thinking that photos of the moles could simplify and improve this process.
100,000 downloads and hundreds of positive messages from happy users show that this is a concern many are looking to solve.
Doctors recommend people to examine their skin and moles for changes. Chances of survival – of the otherwise deadly skin cancer Melanoma – is 98% if it is caught early.
Worldwide 232,000 people get diagnosed with Melanoma each year. Skin Cancers cause 1 mio. GP visits annually in Australia and in the U.S. one person dies of melanoma every single hour.
But people are generally bad at remembering changes or something new on the skin. Photos are a good way to track potential changes.
Checking her moles was like looking at the sky, night after night, trying to identify a new or brighter star. Was this mole a newcomer? Was that mole getting bigger? I always had nagging doubts. Desperate to help my wife and frustrated about facing this ongoing concern, I thought there must be a better way…
With an ever growing team and two renowned professors onboard as advisors, Miiskin is on a mission to change prevention and early detecton of skin cancer on a global scale.
Two apps, cloud-based solution.
Miiskin’s Team now spreads out
across four continents
Award-winning Miiskin is supported
by Innovation Fund Denmark
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Besides the benefits of succeding with the Mission. Collaborating with Miiskin may also yield business opportunities.
If you want to hear more – Do reach out to us
Two in three Australians will be diagnosed with skin cancer in their lifetime. Miiskin is proud to support Cancer Council Australia as a charity partner by donating a proportion of our premium revenue to the charity, helping fund their work across cancer prevention, support, advocacy and research.
We are also proud to collaborate with
Hudkræft.com ( skincancer.dk ) is a non-profit skin cancer awareness website started thanks to cooperation between dermatologists and patients in Denmark. The website has been translated by dermatologists to 13 languages.
How it Works
Want to learn more about checking your skin?
Learn how to check your skin
This guide walks you through how to perform your own skin self-exam.
Learn what to look for
Learn more about what signs to look for on your skin with this guide.