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How skin cancer can be prevented

Published about 1 month ago, by Roeland Pater


Skin cancer is now the most common form of cancer. Which means that something has to change. We need to be more aware of the risks of skin cancer, which symptoms will occur, and how we can make sure that we find skin cancer early so it can be treated. Even better still, we need to know how to prevent skin cancer. Let’s take a look at the most important precautions you can take.

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Sunday Mirror: Grandmother diagnoses mole on her ankle as skin cancer after getting “red warning” from app

Published about 2 months ago, by Roeland Pater


This weekend the Sunday Mirror published a featured article on one of our users, Nikie Duddridge. We are happy to share Nikie's story with you, as she finds it important for you to read it.

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Men and women: Where is melanoma most common?

Published about 2 months ago, by Roeland Pater


With skin cancer on the rise for decades, it's very important to be aware of the possible risks - and also how to spot these risks. When you start to take a close look at your body, you'll notice that it's not that easy to monitor your skin. With the SkinVision app we give you a tool that helps you to do this. Next to that, it's good to know what the most common areas are for melanoma skin cancer to appear. It's different for men and women, so we'll take a look at both.

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What skin care products do dermatologists recommend?

Published about 2 months ago, by Roeland Pater


Skin care is not an easy topic to discuss. With so many possibilities to set up a skin care routine – and so many products to choose, chances are you might get lost in all of these choices. So let’s ask the experts, shall we? Dermatologists see people’s skin every day, and treat them every day. They know what affects the skin and how to take best care of is. So: what skincare products do dermatologists recommend? We sat down with two of them to find out.

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