Jubaan - Predicting the Unpredictable

A New Paradigm In Colorectal Cancer Diagnostics

Join Our Revolutionary Approach to Colorectal Cancer Screening

Gixam™ The Easy way to Screen

Screening Made Easy

Screening is simply visiting your family doctor’s office. It is a non-invasive process that does not require any advanced preparation.

It Only Takes a Few Seconds

In order to complete the pre-screening test, all that is required is for the patient to place their head in the Gixam unit, show their tongue letting the doctor take several snapshots and the system does the rest.

Instantaneous Results

In a manner of seconds, the system provides a prediction for the presence of adenomas, allowing the physician to decide on next steps.

Deep Learning and Artificial Intelligence Revolutionizing the Pre-Screening Process

Deep Learning and Artificial Intelligence supports healthcare
providers and provides a low-cost, non-invasive manner to detect
the probability for colorectal adenomas. Gixam’s™ effectiveness is
found in its operational simplicity. However, behind the
operational simplicity lies a unique and elaborate approach able
to provide time and time again a highly accurate prediction for
instances of Gastrointestinal disorders.

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West Side GI, 55th st, NYC, USA




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