What should I do in order to minimize risk of death at 35, while optimizing for longevity - aka do things now that will have a positive impact on my health for when I'm 65 years old?
[Originally posted on Medium] Two and a half years ago, we set out to create a new way to screen for cancer that is fast, accurate, and affordable. Eighteen months ago, we launched Ezra, with the mission of detecting cancer early for everyone in the world. And nine months ago, this email landed in my inbox from … Continue reading “Ezra saved my life”
[Originally posted on Medium] We started Ezra with one mission: help everyone in the world detect cancer early. In 2018, 18.1¹ million people worldwide were diagnosed with cancer². Of that number, almost 50% were detected late, and only 2 out of 10 of those individuals are likely to survive longer than 5 years³. The numbers tell a compelling … Continue reading Introducing the Ezra full-body scan, covering 13 cancers in women and 11 in men
[Originally posted on Medium] 18.1 million¹ people across the world will be diagnosed with cancer this year, and over half will be diagnosed late². Of the 9 million people who will receive a late diagnosis, only a third will survive longer than 5 years³. If their cancer had been detected earlier, more than 85% of … Continue reading Meet Ezra, a new way to screen for cancer