LUNG cancer Prevention

The lung cancer screening criteria

Our team is working on a technology to detect early stage lung cancer biomarkers in a non-invasive, fast and affordable way

Learn if you are in the risk population

This includes assessing your personal risk factors, such as smoking history, exposure to radon and other cancer-causing substances, and family history.


If you are considered to be at high risk, you will then be pre-screened non-invassively to avoid unecesary exposure to computed tomography (CT) scan


Depending on the pre-screening results, you will be directed to a medical facility for low-dose computed tomography (CT) scan, followed by biopsy ito confirm the results


If lung cancer is diagnosed, regular monitoring will be done to track the progression of the disease and to monitor when additional procedures are needed.

Get to know the team

We started this with the mission of helping solve one of the biggest problems in lung cancer: its late diagnosis. We are combining our combining expertise, motivation, and entrepreneurial drive to bring screenings closer to people, and not the other way around.

Andrea Stephany, MSc

Andrea Stephany, MSc

Co-founder and CEO
MSc Molecular Biotechnology
Experience in biotech industry, Entrepreneur

Pablo Lara, PhD

Pablo Lara, PhD

Co-founder and CSO
PhD in Pharmacology,
2x Post-docs in cancer therapies and signaling
Patent holder

Do you want to participate in our studies?

Send us a message

Are you interested in making a difference in the fight against lung cancer? Send as a message and will update you when our studies are open for recruitment

Frequently asked questions

If you are over 40 and have either, a history of smoking, exposed to  risk factors, such as radon, asbestos, or other toxins in the environment, or a family history of lung cancer. If you meet these criteria and are interested in participating, please send us your information and we will update you once we start the recruitment process.

Your participation will not only contribute to the advancement of medical research, but it could also potentially save lives. 

Together, we can work towards a future where lung cancer is detected early and treated effectively for all. 

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