with whole genome pattern recognition
liquid biopsy for post surgery monitoring of cancer recurrence
C2i Genomics is the first company to offer post-surgery monitoring of cancer recurrence and progression by analyzing subtle changes in the pattern of the tumor’s DNA. Our liquid biopsy Whole Genome assay and cancer burden score will equip oncologists with vital timely information months to years before current monitoring methods are able to.
is needed FOR CANCER
Removing a tumor might not
leave the patient
Surgical resection is the preferred way to treat solid cancer tumors. But even if the tumor is completely removed, stray cancer cells may still be shedding tumor DNA into the blood, allowing cancer regrowth and disease recurrence. Despite close monitoring with serum markers and imaging tests, detection is usually delayed until months to years after recurrence. By then, it might be too late to apply even the most effective remedies.
Thousands of reference points for early detection
C2i’s liquid biopsy is a robust tool for cancer tumor monitoring. It is the first to work by identifying subtle changes in genetic patterns across the entire tumor. Based on advanced bioinformatics and AI, it compares thousands of data points obtained from periodic liquid biopsy blood tests of a patient to her own baseline of sequenced tumor tissue and whole genome analysis. The unique pattern generated is converted to a cancer burden score, making cancer more predictable and manageable.
C2i’s Whole Genome analysis solution for monitoring tumor
recurrence in post-resection cancer patients shows significant benefits
Experts in Genomics, Medicine, and business
C2i was formally established in 2019 and is based on technology developed at Cornell.
We are backed by private investors, and currently have 10 employees in our offices in the US and Israel.
EXPERTS IN GENOMICS, MEDICINE, AND BUSINESS
Dr. Asaf Zaviran
CEO & CSO
Asaf Zviran, Ph.D
CEO & CSO
Asaf brings 15+ years of R&D management in biology and defense.To date he has managed to publish 13 papers with over 1,700 citations (including Nature and Stem Cell). Asaf received multiple awards and grants. He is an IDF R&D Officer (Captain) with a PhD in Molecular Biology