Lung cancer was the leading cause of cancer deaths, accounting for 1.8 million death cases worldwide in 2020. Prolonged asymptomatic period in early stages make screening especially challenging. Indeed, early detection is quintessential to pivot this situation.
Today, health practitioners globally have been conducting chest X-rays and LDCT scans for lung cancers. While chest X-ray screening proves the lack of substantial benefit for survival rate, LDCT, on the contrary, tends to lead to over diagnosis. Both methods require intensive experience for cancer diagnosis in addition to real concerns over exposures to radiation. Vitae Biomedical lung cancer IVD reagent kit helps detect a highly specific biomarker in urine for lung cancers. This breakthrough technology is non-invasive, non-radiative, and proved possible for early detection. It provides excellent benefit-to-risk ratio and is the go-to screening technology for any individual and lung cancer patients who can benefit from continuous monitoring anytime and anywhere.