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The brains behind the innovation

Angela Pine is an accomplished molecular engineer with a proven track record, working at the forefront of scientific innovation. Angela has developed novel technologies such as a gene therapy for prostate cancer, as well as a diagnostic for SARS-CoV-2.

She now turns her attention to women’s health as the Founder of 10zyme, a femtech start-up committed to developing more accessible diagnostics and democratizing healthcare.

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High-risk HPV infections cause 99.8% of all cervical cancer

Cervical screening, or smear test, now looks for high-risk HPV infections and monitors them to make sure they either go away, or any changes to the cells of the cervix are found and treated before they can lead to cervical cancer. The problem is, 1 in 3 women and people with a cervix do not attend cervical screening when invited, for many reasons. As women, we all know a smear test can be:
  • Inconvenient appointments anywhere are like gold and harder on those with kids and work
  • Uncomfortable-invasive and can hurt
  • Inaccessible-some regions in the world have no services

By giving women and people with a cervix a chance to test themselves at home for high-risk HPV, we will encourage more women to take part in screening.  Allowing more women to know and understand their HPV status.  This is what 10zyme will do!

We're taking action with innovation, not just talking!

We're putting our talent where our mouth is and making scientific advancements in HPV testing to go with the education.

We’re the first to do what we do! We are developing the first high-risk HPV at-home test kit to help eliminate cervical cancer and prevent all HPV related cancers in men and women, globally.

🌍 1 in 3

Do not attend cervical screening in the UK

🌎 79%

Invasive cervical cancers are attributed to HPVs 16 or 18

🌎 45

Homosexual men are entitled to a free HPV vaccination up to 45 years of age

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🌎 853

of 3791 diagnosed will die from cervical cancer each year in the UK

🌎 30-34

Year old's are at highest risk of cervical cancer diagnosis

🌎 99.8%

99.8% of cervical cancers are preventable