Personal story leads entrepreneur to launch a startup to improve cancer care in Africa and beyond
Following the early death of his aunt to colon cancer, Nigeria-born Kingsley Ndoh has been on a personal mission to improve cancer care. In 2021, he founded health tech startup Hurone AI to support cancer treatment in Africa and beyond with remote patient monitoring and tele-oncology designed for resource-poor settings. Among Hurone AI's advisors is Adam Yala, former research fellow at the MIT Jameel Clinic, the epicentre of AI and healthcare at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
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