What 2014 meant for SkinVision

2014 was a good year for us to understand how to better improve the SkinVision tool in order to accomplish our mission of having no more skin cancer victims. More people have chosen SkinVision for tracking and monitoring their skin. We were pleasantly surprised to find that we currently have health aware users in  over 50 countries and over 145 000 photos have been taken in total. Great news!

Health professionals – Greater numbers of clinics & dermatologists are adopting SkinVision to better interact with their patients

Scientific enhancement – Published clinical trial and European regulatory approval provided greater confidence in our technology.

Usability enhancements – improved camera & achieving capabilities, increased the data base and the accuracy of assessment, providing an enhanced user experience.

In 2015 we look forward to continuing our journey with you and expanding the SkinVision experience into new areas of skin health.

We wish you and your loved ones the best of health during the holiday season and the year to come.

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