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Skin cancer-detecting apps could be missing diagnoses finds study

A new study has warned that Smartphone apps that promise to detect skin cancers from moles or marks over the skin could be missing out on potential cancers. These apps say the researchers, could be missing out melanomas and could be declaring potentially dangerous lesions as safe. The results of the study titled, “Algorithm based smartphone apps to assess risk of skin cancer in adults: systematic review of diagnostic accuracy studies,” were published this week in The BMJ.

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