Starting in June La Roche-Posay will offer skin cancer clinics in pharmacies across the country, providing Canadians access to examinations via teledermatology
From left to right : Dr Lydie Amsellem, Family Physician; Maryam Sadeghi, Founder of MetaOptima Technology Inc.; Danika Garneau, patient and nursing student; Dr Joël Claveau, Dermatologist, Hôtel-Dieu de Québec; Josée Bordeleau, Medical Relations Manager, La Roche-Posay; Marie Pierre Faure, Director of Centre Médical Urbain's CforCare Living Lab.
"Building on the accessibility of examinations via teledermatology, beginning in June, skin cancer clinics in pharmacies will pop-up in key cities across the country to provide the same service using MetaOptima's MoleScope and DermEngine technologies. Starting May 15, Canadians who want to participate can sign up to reserve a spot by visiting: http://skinchecker.ca."
See the full press release on Canadian News Wire here.