VOC Health Inc. acquires exclusive rights to a portfolio of intellectual property owned by the University of Pennsylvania covering several nanotechnologies.
Prostate becomes the third cancer detected by VOC Health using volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in blood samples, along with the detection of COVID-19 from sweat.
Our nanosensor detected ovarian cancer in 58 lab-bench tests at the University of Pennsylvania with 95% sensitivity and 99% specificity.
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) are molecules released in large numbers from liquids and solids. Most scents are, in fact, VOCs. Cancers cause bio-responses in the body that produce VOCs. We're using them for detection.
VOC Health’s mission is to detect disease at the earliest possible stage,
to increase survivability and lower healthcare costs.
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