ICYMI: March 18, 2016

Published on March 18, 2016

Updated on November 1, 2019

ICYMI: March 18, 2016


Feature Story

How Can Smartphones Improve Skin Cancer Diagnosis In Developing Countries?

THURSDAY, March 17, 2016 (Tech Times) — Smartphones can be used for basically anything in this day and age, and now, dermatologists are turning to the device to improve detection rates for skin cancer in developing countries.

How can smartphones help? By turning into a handy-dandy microscope.

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