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Cymantic Medical

The Problem.
Unsuccessful or incomplete procedures in cancer impose physical, emotional, and financial burdens on patients. Repeating these procedures delays diagnosis & treatment, and places an enormous strain on healthcare resources.

By improving the success rates of interventional procedures in cancer, we can improve patient outcomes and drastically reduce healthcare costs.
The Mission.
We're developing the next generation of computer vision-based technologies for diagnosing and treating cancer. Our technology can provide real-time information on the accuracy of the ongoing procedure to clinicians & surgeons, supporting them to make better informed decisions during those procedures, leading to greater success rates. This could speed up diagnosis & treatment by months and reduce the significant risk, costs, and frustration that come with repeat procedures.
Impact.

Patients

By improving the success rates of interventional procedures, patients could be diagnosed and treated faster. They could also be exposed to fewer risks and complications by reducing or removing the need for repeat procedures

Healthcare Providers

Clinicians could be provided support and reassurance in their intraprocedural decision-making.

Hospitals & Healthcare Systems

Repeat procedures are an enormous burden on resources and finances for hospitals & healthcare systems. Reducing this burden could free up much-needed resources and decrease costs drastically.




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NovaUCD, Belfield,
Dublin, Ireland.
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