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The Philips 'Skinscan' Acts as a Personal Skin Cancer Screening

 - Nov 17, 2016
References: yankodesign
Being that the epidermis is the largest organ in the body it can be very time consuming and difficult to keep track of its health, so the Philips 'Skinscan' acts as a personal skin cancer screening device.

The Philips 'Skinscan' is the design work of Rebecca Daum and enables users to simply run the device above the entirety of their body to obtain a scan of their skin. If an area of concern is detected, the device will enable users to take a closer look by physically placing the device over the area.

The Philips 'Skinscan' skin cancer screening device identifies how the process can be repositioned as something that can take place consistently rather than yearly or sporadically throughout one's life.