Welwaze Chose to go to the Moon with StartUp Health
San Francisco, Jan. 8, 2019 – Welwaze Medical was invited to present at the Health Moonshot Showcase at the 7th Annual StartUp Health Festival in San Francisco, CA.
This year was the biggest “by invitation only” StartUp Health Festival ever in San Francisco and has become the must-attend event at the Annual J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference. We are thrilled to be amongst the gathering of health transformers and industry change makers. Welwaze shared its innovation and high impact mission during the Moonshot Showcase. We highlighted Celbrea’s potential to impact billions of women around the world by addressing issues concerning breast cancer, women’s health, and access to care. Alex J. Ness, Founder and Executive Chairman at Welwaze together with Carlos García, CEO represented the company at this event. “I believe that together, we can help empower health tech leaders to transform the future of healthcare and bring new innovations to millions of women”, said Alex. What inspires me is the people who share a collective human spirit to help one another and make positive change in the fight against cancer, for instance, Dr. Jill Biden’s amazing work at the Biden Cancer Initiative. In her keynote speech, she made a compelling case for initiatives that make a difference now and can be clearly acted upon. “From research to treatment to support – all of the improvements we are capable of making only matter if they actually improve lives”, said Co-Chair Biden.
Welwaze presenting at the Moonshot Showcase. Alex J. Ness, Founder and Executive Chairman Welwaze.
Welwaze’s mission is to prevent more breast cancer deaths. We are a purpose-driven health tech company that sits at the intersection of Artificial Intelligence and the healthcare industry. We strive to deliver innovative, viable, and scalable medical technology. Our unique ecosystem includes Celbrea TMD, an FDA cleared medical device that supports early detection of breast abnormalities and a comprehensive companion app that will allow women to manage their breast health throughout their lives.