Why is it important?
Only 1/3 of melanoma cases are diagnosed at the first stage in the Russian Federation
Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the world.
1 in 5 people develops skin cancer by age 70.
Having 5+ sunburns doubles your risk of skin cancer.
About 40% of melanoma cases discovered too late, while early diagnostic results in a 90% chance of recovery.
Skin cancer experts recommend monthly self check-ups from head to toe to detect signs of malignant disease.
What is Prorodinki?
Prorodinki is skin cancer detection app powered by AI that determines the likelihood of melanoma and basal cell skin cancer based on a mole photo and risk factors. It generates personal recommendations to visit a doctor if required. The analysis is done by a neural network, built and trained on several thousand diagnosed cases and working under the permanent dermatology expert's supervision.
Regular skin health self-check with mobile app
How does it work?
Indicate skin features and other characteristics that affect the risk of disease
Take a mole photo with a phone camera according to instructions
Artificial intelligence system based on deep learning neural networks analyzes data
The app provides a recommendation for further action
Regularly check your skin lesions with the app
The combination of artificial intelligence technology and expert's supervision
Can you trust ProRodinki?
Prorodinki app was developed in cooperation with leading experts in the field of skin cancer in the Russian Federation.
The system has been verified at the Privolzhskiy Research Medical University (PIMU) and has demonstrated sensitivity and specificity, higher than the average dermatologist.
Prorodinki is supervised by dermatology experts, ensuring continuous quality control.
The expertise of leading dermatologists of Privolzhskiy Research Medical univercity
Irena Shlivko - Professor in Medical Science, Head of the Scientific Center for Diagnostics and Treatment of Skin Tumors of PIMU Univ. Clinic
Oksana Garanina - Ph.D. in Medical Sciences, Doctor - oncologist, Associate Professor at PIMU, Skin Neoplasms Researcher
Anna Mironycheva - Dermatovenerologist, Skin Neoplasms Researcher at PIMU
Ksenia Uskova - Dermatologist, Researcher at PIMU