Breakthrough technology in preventive health screening

The earlier,
the better.

Aqsens Health has developed a non-invasive method that enables different health disorders and diseases, like cancer, to be screened quickly, accurately and at low-cost. This enables effective, large-scale disease screening and hence for example cancer treatment can be started significantly earlier than currently.

When the treatment is started at an early phase, the patient remains capable to operate and work and his/her quality of life does not dramatically decrease. This benefits both the individual and the society.

Prostate cancer
Breast cancer
Bowel cancer
Oral cancer

The prevalence of cancers grows everywhere in the world. The global cancer burden is estimated to have risen to 18.1 million new cases and 9.6 million deaths in 2018. One in 5 men and one in 6 women worldwide develop cancer during their lifetime, and one in 8 men and one in 11 women die from the disease. Cancer treatments are expensive and further decrease in productivity caused by the sickness is burdening the entire society.

Getting cancer is always a big tragedy for the patient and it also shocks the close ones.

Hence Aqsens Health has decided to focus on its technology that aims to bring down cancers.

Affordable solutions to address challenges in global preventive health

We are looking forward to the opportunity to present Aqsens Health's novel screening products to the Bangladeshian market: the need for low cost, mobile and non-invasive screening method here is obvious and it could be one of the key elements in the renewal of our national healthcare System

Alamgir Kabir Khan CEO Meditek Systems Dhaka, Bangladesh

We are eagerly working with Aqsens Health and the local authorities to extend their operations to Mexico. The market potential and need for the type of solutions they can offer for screening diseases and conditions is huge, not to mention the impact it could have to the healthcare spending and lives of individuals.

Dr. Victor M. Larios, Director of the Smart Cities Innovation Center at the University of Guadalajara