3D Imaging Could be a Breakthrough for Skin Cancer Detection

Source: Channel News Asia, January 2018

SINGAPORE: Researchers from Singapore and Germany have developed a new 3D skin imaging technique, which could prove to be a game changer in the detection of non-melanoma skin cancer.

Skin cancer is the sixth-most prevalent cancer among men, and the seventh among women in Singapore, and largely occurs on the head and neck.

According to the Singapore Cancer Registry, there were 2,664 cases of non-melanoma skin cancer in Singapore between 2008 and 2012.

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