VivoSight featured on CBS Sunday Morning show
In an interview on the CBS Sunday Morning television show, Kim Phuc, describes the laser treatment she is receiving for her napalm chemical burns sustained 43 years ago during the Vietnam War. Mrs. Phuc was made famous the world over in the Pulitzer Prize winning photograph that depicts the horrors of the Vietnam War with a young girl running naked down the street screaming in pain from the burns sustained during the Napalm B chemical attack in Trang Bang on June 8, 1972. In the interview with Jane Pauley, she describes her life after this event and the laser treatment she is now receiving thanks to Dr. Jill Waibel from Miami Dermatology and Laser Institute. Dr. Jill Waibel is using the VivoSight to see burn scar depth and precisely guide the laser treatment. The VivoSight OCT images appear at time stamp 9:08 in the video.
Click here to see the full CBS interview of this remarkable story.
This news has also been reported on the front page of the Miami Herald.
Click here to see this article in the Miami Herald.