Skin Cancer Detection
Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer. Melanoma, a common form of skin cancer, is a malignant tumor rooted from melanocyte, and has an increasing morbidity every year. However, if melanoma is detected and treated within the first 5 years, the mortality rate is only 3%. Whereas late stage diagnosis dramatically increases the mortality rate to 86%. Therefore, early detection is vital to skin cancer treatment.
Airdoc analyzes the probability of melanoma based on the visual-inspection classification model and lesion segmentation model trained on mass data labeled by professionals leveraging deep-learning technology.