HeHealth and TestAtHome: Reimagine the future of STD tests
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Imagine snapping a picture through your mobile phone, eating a lollipop before heading to a party, and voilà - your STD test result is out while you're waiting for the taxi. And the best part? That's just how things are done for everyone. Welcome to the future of sexual health (soon)!
Moonshot healthtech startup HeHealth partners with Test At Home to reimagine the future of POC (point of care) STD (Sexually Transmitted Disease) testing.
HeHealth's expertise in digital diagnostics combined with Test At Home's revolutionary POC test technology using lollipops and chewing gums, the collaboration aims to create a new era of STD tests that is easy to use, highly accurate, personalized, and affordable for all! The mission of these hybrid tests is to make STD testing accessible, pain-free, and most importantly fun to do.
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You can now 'Test At Home' - literally!
Based in Singapore and India, Test At Home is a Biomedical startup that aims to simplify STD testing kits and is working towards the UN Sustainable Development Goal 3 (SGD 3) - Good Health & Well-being. Test At home is also an Antler Singapore portfolio company that is supported by the National University of Singapore (NUS) and UNLEASH global innovation for SDGs.
Test At Home is currently developing a 'Chewing-gum' like technology to bring it as a point-of-care test to the daily lives and homes of people. TestAtHome was founded by Dr. Vivek Manoharan, Ph.D. a former scientist from NTU.
HeHealth: reimagine the future of sexual health for men
Based in Singapore, HeHealth is an AI-enabled sexual health & wellness healthtech startup, with a specific focus on penis health. Its state-of-the-art AI (artificial intelligence) technology allows all penis-owners to detect STDs by simply snapping a picture.
HeHealth, founded by Dr. Yudara Kularathne, was launched to combat the stigma surrounding STDs, making the process easy, comfortable, and efficient - closing the gap to help patient access care discreetly and at the comfort of their own home.