Cancer care firm Onko has health insurers in its sights

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Cancer care firm Onko has health insurers in its sights

‘Digital cancer treatment is proven to result in fewer complications for patients, meaning fewer claims to health insurers,’ Onko’s practitioner founders

Launched last year and, so far, working direct with individuals Onko has evidenced proven outcomes for cancer patients, including a 44% improvements in complications and a 53% improvement in quality of life. The organisation says it is now actively speaking with private health insurers about offering its services through them. COVER spoke with co-founders Venetia Wynter-Blyth, a cancer nurse, and Krishna Moorthy, a cancer surgeon, to find out more. Onko combines digital technology with the support...

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