CURIATM, the leading app for cancer patients with more than a million downloads, announced that it has partnered with SCANOMA, an app for skin cancer patients based out of Australia.
Through this strategic partnership, CURIATM and SCANOMA aim to empower cancer patients in the AMRIT ecosystem in their cancer journey by encouraging them to track and monitor their health and disease state to give patients more control of their treatment journey.
The CURIATM app provides cancer patients with accurate and current information about treatments, trials and experts, tailored to their specific cancer type. AI technology, supported by a human care-team, is used to keep information in the app up-to-date and ensure results are tailored to the user’s cancer profile. The app seeks to address the alarming statistic that as many as 70% of those who have had cancer report being dissatisfied with the information they receive.
The CURIATM App is powered by blockchain technology to ensure anonymity and protection with the best security features.
From the app, users can utilize services like connecting and communicating with a “Cancer Twin”, accessing other digital therapeutic apps and also connect with cancer resources like Scanoma.
cancer patients globally have benefited from the CURIATM App
new patients are joining daily from around the world
For assisting patients in the prevention of skin cancer
The SCANOMA App seeks to assist in the prevention of skin cancer and the shortage of immediate access to dermatologists by helping patients learn to distinguish between potentially dangerous skin lesions and regular moles and offers them access to a tentative diagnosis from a dermatologist from the privacy and convenience of a mobile app and within a few hours instead of weeks.
A free AI scan that utilizes computer vision technology and a large data set of clinical images in order to provide users with the estimated likelihood that an area contains skin cancer.
The SCANOMA app also offers a confidential tele-dermatological consultation where users can send their scan and their relevant medical information and get a tentative diagnosis and treatment options from a dermatologist. The dermatologist informs the patient what their issue could be and provides advice regarding any next steps (biopsy, dermatoscopy, etc.).
For more information, please download the Curia app