Apps to ID melanoma from photos often...

Apps to ID melanoma from photos often inaccurate, risk delayed diagnosis: study

There are 1 comment on the The Daily News story from Jan 17, 2013, titled Apps to ID melanoma from photos often inaccurate, risk delayed diagnosis: study. In it, The Daily News reports that:

Smartphone apps that analyze photos of moles to assess whether they might be potentially deadly melanoma or benign lesions vary widely in accuracy, say researchers, who warn patients against using them for diagnosis.

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Anonymous

Marikina City, Philippines

#1 Jan 17, 2013
It is still the best to consult a doctor when it comes to learning about diseases.

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