We are finally pulling the covers back from our exciting new startup, Neuhope. After the team has spent over a year year of working on an innovative group app to help those experiencing cancer or other chronic disease, we are ready to share it with the world.
This has been a labor of love for Pundalik (co-founder and CTO) and myself. About 5 years ago, Pundalik came down with a very rare and aggressive form of cancer. Rather than surrender to the cancer, he battled it and along the way envisioned how state-of-the-art technology could have enhanced his quality of life and improved his chances for a successful outcome. His love of life and passion for helping people is contagious and led us to the founding of Neuhope. I am happy to report; Pundalik is cancer free and so full of energy that I cannot keep up with him.
I have my own personal reasons for ensuring Neuhope’s success as well. Both of my parents died from chronic diseases (kidney disease and heart disease). In both cases, medical professionals communicated with us verbally or gave us hardcopy with important facts we needed to know and critical tasks that needed to be done at just the right time. It was impossible to get it all correct and often the right hand did not know what the left hand was doing.
I realized with the emergence of mobile devices and I-o-T, all of these notifications, coordinating tasks, and scheduling could be delivered right to our phones. Furthermore, the right information could be delivered to exactly the right people at just the right time.
Who does not know someone who has experienced a chronic disease such as cancer, diabetes, kidney disease, or heart disease? Our group app can improve the lives of millions of people around the world.
We can all be better together
We are going to need lots of help to be successful. If you are interested in helping us (volunteer, employment, investment), send an email to email@example.com