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CITO liquid biopsy analysis for cancer treatment / Medical device concept

CITO liquid biopsy analysis for cancer treatment
CITO liquid biopsy analysis for cancer treatment

Discipline: Professional Concept

Qualified
for the Final Jury

CITO liquid biopsy analysis for cancer treatment
CITO liquid biopsy analysis for cancer treatment
CITO liquid biopsy analysis for cancer treatment
CITO liquid biopsy analysis for cancer treatment
CITO liquid biopsy analysis for cancer treatment

Discipline: Professional Concept

Qualified
for the Final Jury

CITO is a rapid liquid biopsy diagnostics platform that improves patient experience in cancer care.

CITO makes it possible for non-specialist technicians in small clinics to monitor patient response to treatment while a patient waits; significantly reducing delays to diagnostic results.

The compact device combines functions of 3 instruments in an easy to sterilise form and sub-surface lighting pulses intuitively to alert system status.

CITO opens the door to personalised cancer treatment by giving oncologists rapid access to biopsy data to make informed adjustments to each patient's treatment plan.

  • DEVELOPMENT TIME up to 12 months

  • TARGET REGIONS Africa, Asia, Australia / Oceania, Europe, North America, South America

  • TARGET GROUPS Trade / Industry, Other target groups: Healthcare professionals

Client / Manufacturer

Cambridge Consultants

Cambridge Consultants
Cambridge, United Kingdom

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Design

Cambridge Consultants

Cambridge Consultants
Cambridge, United Kingdom

Richard Mann, Alex Hung, Viviane Mosso, Mitul Lad, Adam Haynes, David Robinson, Martin Dinnage

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