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SkinVision algorithm detects 95% of skin cancer, study finds

03:06 EDT 13 Sep 2019 | News-Medical.net

An international group of researchers working with Erasmus University Medical Center (Erasmus MC) in the Netherlands determined that SkinVision – the first CE-marked skin cancer application based on extensive clinical trials – has a sensitivity of 95.1% in detecting the most common forms of skin cancer.

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