THE DOCTORS WHO PLUNGED INTO THE SHARK TANK AND SURVIVED WITH A $500,000 INVESTMENT

THE DOCTORS WHO PLUNGED INTO THE SHARK TANK AND SURVIVED WITH A $500,000 INVESTMENT

THEIR mission is to change the face of cancer care with an app that empowers and connects patients and care givers and a trio of doctors has landed a $500,000 investment for a 10 per cent stake in their new business.

Their aim is to take CancerAid and turn it into a global enterprise and they now have a chance to achieve that after securing the investment, which values their business at $5 million, from "shark" and investor Andrew Banks on the series three premiere of Shark Tank last night.

The three doctors, Nikhil Pooviah, Raghav Murali-Ganesh and Martin Seneviratne studied at medical school and worked together as oncologists and came up with the idea as a way of helping cancer patients through their difficult journey.











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