How do we actually read the sign?
As we may know, the most fundamental ways of staying healthy are keeping balanced diet, having regular bowel habit, and releasing stress appropriately. Yet, few are aware of the sign from poo or urine. All efforts mentioned before could be more effective with the aid from RedEye.
Invisible Blood in toilet could be the indicator of common digestive system diseases
What RedEye can do is to detect invisible blood from human feces or urine for even tiny trait. Differentiating from the technique that has been used widely in hospitals, RedEye can tell if there is invisible blood from excreta dissolved in the toilet water without the need to collect any samples due to the novel approach.
Why is it important?
Some numbers you might want to know
American Cancer Society indicates the 5-year relative survival rate for people with stage I colorectal cancer is about 90%, yet for stage IV the rate drastically drops to about 11%. Also, there are about one-third of the patients are diagnosed with bowel cancer and are found that they have been on stage III or IV. RedEye’s goal is to help people find out symptom earlier, followed by earlier treatment.
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