Worldwide 232,000 people get diagnosed with melanoma each year. Skin cancers cause 1 million doctor visits annually in Australia alone and in the U.S. one person dies of melanoma every single hour.
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.
People are generally bad at remembering changes or something new on the skin. Photos are useful to visually keep track of any changes.
Look out for new changes
70% of melanomas start out as new marks on the skin. Use Miiskin to photograph and store wide area photos of your skin. Miiskin’s Skin Mapping helps you when comparing your follow-up photos for any changes.
Monitor existing spots
Pinpoint moles to track
Take photos with Miiskin
Compare photos over time
Get reminders to follow up
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Miiskin’s User Stories
Read about how these users, previously affected by skin cancer, are now using Miiskin during their skin self-examinations.
Please note that the Miiskin app does not diagnose skin cancer. If you are concerned about any moles or marks on your skin please contact your healthcare provider. You may also read our guides on the signs of skin cancer and melanoma symptoms to look out for. In addition, you can browse these skin cancer pictures and melanoma photos gallery and see examples of melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancers, normal healthy moles and atypical moles.