Skin disease treatment

An Israeli company has created DermaCompare, an easy-to-use App that detects suspicious moles in the most efficient way, thus saving many lives.

Skin disease has been on the rise, including, for example, melanoma, acne, psoriasis and malasma, to name a few.

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the DermaCompare melanoma (skin cancer) diagnosis system developed by Israel’s Emerald Medical (formally DermaCare).

The affordable smartphone app, created with high-end Air Force Technology, enables tele-dermatology to detect possible melanomas and save lives.

Watch and see how easy and accessible it is!

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