Can smartphones and facebook help kids survive eye cancer? | Bryan Shaw | TEDxUtica

This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Bryan Shaw shares the story of his son Noah, who developed retinoblastoma- a form of cancer that affects children. After several procedures, Shaw noticed that early photos of Noah had visual cues that could have helped detect his cancer earlier. And so he set out to develop a free app that parents can use to greatly increase the rate at which white eye can be detected.