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This Delhi-based Start-up is working to save your life from a Silent Killer

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At 50, when most people began to make plans on retirement, Asif Khair is working on a mission to save people’s lives by making them aware about the health dangers that might hit them.  He has created an app which would make a prediction about the ailment that a person is prone to or might suffer in the future. 

The Delhi-based start-up Jan Elaaj will collect vital parameters of the body and make a forecast based on them, “The news of sudden deaths of our near and dear ones often comes as a shock to us. We often hear the cause of deaths to be heart stroke or other reasons that do not have any telltale signs. Sadly, people might be suffering from the disease for long but didn’t realize unless it hits them hard. We call such ailments to be silent killers,” says Asif. 

“We would collect vital parameters of the body like blood pressure, body behaviour and would put the details into our software. We would then do a study and predict whether the person is suffering from any non-communicable diseases and if he or she could suffer from any of them in the future,” he added. 

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His brand Jan Elaaz would soon be launched under Jan Elaaz Health Care Private Limited. Asif says that he would target corporate clients where stress is more and often it doesn’t come to light unless a tragedy occurs.  The Start-up has been incubated at KIIT-TBI(Technology Business Incubator). 

Why Jan Elaaj?

They are trying to make a forecast about your health status and likely to prevent you from getting hit by non- communicable diseases and saving your lives. 

Contact
Asif Khair
Founder, Jan Elaaj
09810600612

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