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Immunify.Life Partners with MMUST for Better HIV Treatment Using Blockchain Technology

Immunify.Life and MMUST are celebrating World AIDS Day with a special AMA session highlighting the partnership and joint efforts to fight the disease

Immunify.Life Partners with MMUST for Better HIV Treatment Using Blockchain Technology

Immunify.Life and MMUST are celebrating World AIDS Day with a special AMA session highlighting the partnership and joint efforts to fight the disease

Immunify.Life and MMUST are celebrating World AIDS Day with a special AMA session highlighting the partnership and joint efforts to fight the disease

Immunify.Life and MMUST are celebrating World AIDS Day with a special AMA session highlighting the partnership and joint efforts to fight the disease

Kakamega County, Kenya, December 01, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Blockchain-based health ecosystem Immunify.Life has its partnership with the Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology (GOT TO). Together, they have received approval from the Institutional Ethics Committee (IEC) and the National Science, Technology and Innovation Commission (NACOSTI) to begin a groundbreaking 5-year study of HIV / AIDS that will begin in Kakamega County, Kenya is extended to the rest of the country.

Immunify.Life and MMUST are hosting a special AMA joint session today to raise awareness of the unmet need for HIV treatment in Africa and to explain the joint project. During the online conference scheduled for 10 a.m. UTC on Twitter areas, Immunify.Life is represented by CEO Guy Newing and COO Daniel Kenny. The leading clinical investigators at MMUST, Drs. Tecla Sum and Bernard Wesonga will address the challenges of HIV treatment in Africa and present their HIV study design.

“This is a great opportunity for us to put our solutions to the test as much as possible. We are excited to see how this new technology can have humanitarian applications and help create healthy incentives for underserved populations. We appreciate MMUST’s interest and will work hard to ensure that the medical community as a whole can benefit from the advances we are making here in the fight against HIV. ” – Guy Newing, Immunify.Life’s Chief Executive Officer.

Next, MMUST will begin using Immunify.Life’s solutions to collect and analyze data that will enable better strategies in dealing with the HIV crisis. The platform’s native IMM tokens, referral tracking application, and sales services will act as an incentive for improved therapy adherence, ultimately leading to greater health impacts in the hardest hit communities. The data collected will also play an important role in decision-making when it comes to improving the outcomes of HIV treatments.

According to the UNAIDS 2020 report, around 1.5 million people in Kenya live with HIV. Although 70% of these patients are undergoing treatment, there are currently difficulties with tracking, access, programming, and data collection. These patients could benefit from new tools that can relieve these pressure points and take full advantage of treatment options for vulnerable populations.

About Immunify.Life

Immunify.Life is a transformative and self-sustaining ecosystem in healthcare that is secured by blockchain. Designed from the ground up to transform health management and data usage in emerging economies, its mission is to empower global health systems and provide seamless access to health data through an innovative, incentive-based data collection tool.

About MMUST

MMUST is the leading science and technology university in Kenya with an approximate enrollment of 23,000 students in multiple locations.

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