Remember the furore surrounding YouTube’s 18-rating of the educational health videos by TV doc Chris Steele? They were self-examination clips, showing how to check for signs of breast cancer and testicular cancer on real people. And according to the good doctor, the medical videos should be available to all. Well, now they are – but not on YouTube.
They’re available via Kewego, alongside the entire catalogue of his videos. Dr Chris Steele commented: “Both these conditions can be fatal and are sadly relatively common which is why early detection is so important to significantly improve chances of recovery. I created these self help videos purely to spread awareness and when they were banned for being too explicit I thought it was a joke given the content freely available on YouTube. I am so pleased that Kewego has joined this cause to help fight ignorance.”
Kewego provides a video platform for content and media owners to integrate into an existing web presence. Originally founded in France, the company works in Europe with major brands such as Lycos, T-Online and Orange (Spain).
Watch the videos here and here