Heidelberg University Hospital Partners with SAP to Improve the Health and Well-Being of Underprivileged Patients

First-of-Its-Kind Mobile App for Cancer Screening Developed with SAP Cloud Platform

Every year, 500,000 women worldwide are newly diagnosed with cervical cancer.  To help prevent this disease, Heidelberg University Hospital developed a project using a biomarker that would help determine if a woman infected with HPV was at risk for developing cancer, enabling early, life-saving treatment for that woman. But reaching women in developing countries to screen them for cancer was a challenge. Learn how Heidelberg University Hospital, in conjunction with SAP’s Design and Co-Innovation Center, built a mobile app on SAP Cloud Platform that enabled the research group to test underprivileged women for cancer and, ultimately, save lives.  

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