Zach Weismann co-founder of Cancer-Q, pitched at Dallas New Tech on Tuesday the 6th. Weismann aims to simplify the research process of those going through cancer and their loved ones. For those diagnosed with cancer, the internet can have a wealth of information. So much so, that there is just not enough time to wade through it all. That’s where Cancer-Q comes in. Cancer-Q offers an organized dashboard of curated content and resources, and allows for easy sharing among friends and family.
With cancer effecting 1 in 3 women, and 1 in 2 men at some point in their lifetime- nearly everyone has been impacted by this disease in some way. Even with its pervasiveness in the current population, Weismann noticed that there just wasn’t one online place to sort through the massive amounts of data and research on the internet. So, he co-founded Cancer-Q. Think of this as your Cancer fighting headquarters. With data that has been curated and verified, Cancer-Q makes the sea of information on the internet make more sense. The platform also offers ways to connect with others that are experiencing the same things you are, so you never have to feel alone.
Cancer-Q is enjoying a bit of early traction, with over 100 active users since the platform’s launch just this May. At just $30 annually, it is affordable, too.
Watch Weismann’s pitch below.