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What does nonmalignant skin cancer look like?

Nonmalignant skin cancer is the most common malignant cancer in humans, with the number of diagnoses steadily increasing. The main …

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What does melanoma skin cancer look like?

Many people lack awareness of the seriousness of skin cancer. Therefore they neglect regular skin examination by a dermatologist. People …

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Diagnosis skin cancer – what happens next?

The diagnosis skin cancer hits those affected like a bolt from the blue. It is a diagnosis that is frightening …

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AI in Dermatology

Leading doctors and researchers agree, artificial intelligence (AI) will fundamentally improve medicine in the near future. With medical AI systems, …

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How to recognise skin cancer?

Skin cancer almost always develops on the surface of the skin, making it visible and palpable. However, many of us …

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Skin cancer and the sun – why is UV protection so important?

After the colourful autumn comes the cold and dark winter. The days are getting shorter and shorter and thus the …

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Skin cancer – what are the causes?

The number of moles acquired after birth is the highest risk factor for malignant melanoma. People with more than 100 …

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Detection of malignant melanoma

Malignant melanoma is the most dangerous of all skin cancers. Zudem tritt er immer häufiger auf. What is really shocking …

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Self-examination – step by step

The earlier skin cancer can be detected, the better the chances of cure. Self-examination plays a key role in this. …

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A simple and user-friendly app to assess the risk of skin cancer, based on the best AI algorithm. The download is free and includes 2 free scans!

SkinScreener cannot replace a dermatological examination. It is not giving a diagnosis and cannot be a substitute for visiting a healthcare professional.
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