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The Next photo

Your next photo could save a child’s eyesight.

    The strategy to save the eyes and lives of children was based on an insight: if the childhood eye cancer, Retinoblastoma, reflects back as a white pupil in flash photos, then anybody with a camera phone has the technology to detect it. We’ll simply show them how to do it.

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    To show people that they have the power to detect cancer in their hand, we created smartphone-activated posters of a child’s eyes that prompted the viewer to take a flash photo. A special reflective ink made the pupil appear white in their photo – just as it would with cancer.


    Reaching 69 million people via press, plus 1 million views and 200K shares of our online video, our story was picked up by TV stations and like-minded international charities who asked to run the campaign. We turned the smartphone into a handheld cancer detector – no app required.

How photos can detect retinoblastoma eye cancer

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