Hear from our patients

Thousands of people have visited Prenuvo and tell a story of we have helped them lead a better, healthier life. Here are just a few of their stories.
 

The advanced screening examination that is Prenuvo is that result of 10 years screening and speaking with patients from all walks of life. There is nothing more fulfilling that helping set people on a path to good health.

Dr Raj Attariwala MD
Genetic predisposition

Diane

Loves skiing but we diagnosed a severe cervical SPINE issue with high chance of paralysis from a ski fall.

Genetic predisposition

Kirsten

Never smoked a day in her life, but we found Stage 1 lung cancer at a time when treatment was possible.

Genetic predisposition

John

Has lived for 45 years without ever knowing he has a 20cm horse-shoe kidney, a largely benign but rare condition.

Genetic predisposition

Cathy

Had abdominal pains, feared ovarian cancer her mother had. We diagnosed a slipped disc and gave her peace of mind.

Genetic predisposition

Aileen

Found a large benign liver FNH. She just avoided a painful biopsy if they ever see that on a liver ultrasound and fear the worst.

Genetic predisposition

Justin

Found a slightly concerning thyroid cystic lesion that we are monitoring every twelve months to ensure that it.

Genetic predisposition

Bradley

Found solid evidence of fatty live disease in spite of him having a relatively normal BMI and regularly exercising.

Genetic predisposition

Grant

After years of intestinal problems severely impacting quality of life, we diagnosed severe colitis.

Genetic predisposition

Kate

Two months after a negative mammogram we found a stage 1 high grade ductile breast cancer using a special breast.

Genetic predisposition

Glenn

Found a benign meningioma brain tumor. Suggested monitoring to ensure no increase in intracranial.

Genetic predisposition

Scott

Found a large concerning hemorrhagic cyst in the kidney. On a longitudinal scan developed malignant characteristics.

Genetic predisposition

Emma

Found an early pancreatic tumor at a time when it can be successfully treated with a Whipple procedure.

NB: All cases are real, though some names/images have been changed for confidentiality.