World-First 3D Scanning Technology Could Enable Earlier Detection of Skin Cancer
Queenslanders could have skin cancer diagnosed earlier using world-first 3D scanning technology with the launch of the Australian Cancer Research Foundation Australian Centre of Excellence in Melanoma Imaging and Diagnosis.
University of Queensland Dermatologist Professor H. Peter Soyer said the technology-enabled researchers to track moles and skin spots over time using full-body mapping, making it a game-changer for melanoma detection.
"This technology is revolutionizing early melanoma detection using 3D state-of-the-art body imaging systems that take an image in milliseconds. The telemedicine network allows dermatologists and medical professionals to detect skin cancers remotely, even from the other ...