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Detect if you have skin cancer – SpotCheck app detects if you have skin cancer

This app description stopped me right in my tracks.  I couldn’t believe what the description read.  Detect if you have skin cancer with this app.  That is insane!Get Spotcheck now

This app is called SpotCheck and here’s how it works.

  1. Download the app, SpotCheck, to your supported iPhone.
  2. Take a picture of your mole which goes for $5 for each one.
  3. Then, submit your mole to a board certified dermatologist.
  4. Get your results.
  5. You will pointed to local dermatologists if an in-office visit is required.

Find out if you have cancer

On a medical level, I’m sure there are many things wrong at so many levels with not checking out a patient in person.  Totally on a different level, but similar in that every computer issue cannot be determined by a PC error code or MacBook beep issue.  However, all many moles need is a good picture and then a benign or not benign result may be made.  I argue that a bad pic, or one with a shadow to it, may bring back an incorrect observation from a doctor.   Obviously, use this app at your own risk, but it does seem pretty convenient and cheap rather than forking up the big bucks and time for a in-office biopsy.

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Got any further questions? Walk in for a free diagnostic in NYC:

53 East 34th Street (Park & Madison), Floor 3 New York, NY 10016

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Outside NYC? Just mail in your device if in the US.

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