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2019 NSW Business Chamber State Business Awards Winner
Sydney City Regional Business Award - Excellence in Innovation Winner 2019
Australian and New Zealand Insurance Industry Awards (ANZIIF) - InsurTech of the year winner 2019
Australian Technology Competition, Finalist 2019
Accenture HealthTech Innovation Challenge 2018 Regional Finalist
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- National Startup of the Year (Winner) 
- NSW Startup of the Year (Winner)
Ernst & Young (EY) Accelerating Entrepreneur award 2017
AusBiotech and J&J, Emerging company of the year 2017
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Best Startup creating Social Impact - Steve Wozniak awarded 2017
Global Startup of the year - Sir Richard Branson awarded 2017
Austrade G’Day USA Emerging Innovator 2017
Best Startup for Social Good - Startcon 2017
Best Startup for Social Good for the Year - Startcon 2017
Chengdu Innovate 2016, Winner 2016
OTEC APAC 2016 Grand Finalist 2016
The Australian Shell Innovation Challenge Top 10 Finalist in Health category 2015
The Health Roundtable Innovation Awards Runners up 2015

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Cancer and COVID-19

If you or anyone your know is affected by cancer and worried about the coronavirus (COVID-19), please find the latest information from Cancer Australia here. We also share some of our tips for isolation and staying healthy.

Thoughts about worry during a pandemic

"I kind of feel like I've been through this before" was one of the first thoughts of cancer survivor Joe. In this article, Joe shares how to manage worry by using a filter he calls the 3P's (People, Projects and Passions) as a way to check in with himself and others.

No one should face cancer alone

Breast cancer survivor Cynthia's key advice to other patients is to take it one day at a time and be educated. "The emotional support and bridge of information is critical"

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