TruScreen Group Limited (NZX/ASX: TRU) is a New Zealand-based medical device company that has developed an AI-enabled device that can detect precancerous and cancerous cervical changes in real-time via optical and electrical measurements of cervical tissue. Unlike many cervical screening devices, that only have triage/adjunct functionality, the TruScreen device is registered as a primary screening tool.
TruScreen’s cervical screening technology effectively resolves many of the ongoing issues with cytology, including failed samples, poor patient follow-up, patient discomfort, and the need for supporting laboratory infrastructure.
The device is CE-marked, meaning it meets EU safety, health and environmental protection standards required for sale and use throughout Europe. It is also National Medical Products Administration approved for sale in China.
TruScreen is currently targeting product sales to a range of low and middle-income countries, including China, Mexico, Vietnam, Russia, and Saudi Arabia, where no large-scale cervical cancer screening programs and infrastructure are currently in place. By doing so, the we hope to help improve the health and wellbeing of women worldwide.
The TruScreen cervical cancer screening device offers an alternative approach to conventional cytology-based screening. It has comparable sensitivity to high-quality cytology in a gynaecology clinic, and resolves many of the ongoing issues with traditional methods.
TruScreen manufactures and owns all rights to the TruScreen Cervical Cancer Screening System. The system comprises a medical device and process designed to detect the presence in real time of pre-cancerous and cancerous tissue on the cervix.Learn more about our technology
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