Better health for Bangladesh.
In Bangladesh, the cause of death by disease conditions other than infection has been on the rise and is now known to contribute to 59% of all patient deaths nationwide.
The main diseases causing death are chronic diseases, such as diabetes, high blood pressure and dyslipidemia. These diseases do not usually present with obvious symptoms and are difficult to detect without a thorough health checkup by medical professionals accompanied with quality lab reports.
In order to detect these diseases early, it is recommended that you receive a health checkup at least once a year. Japan is known for having the world longest average lifespan and yearly blood tests are set as mandatory requirements for Japanese students and employees.
Early detection of disease conditions and awareness of your health status will prevent deterioration of your health and progression to serious illness. If you can detect & prevent disease before it gets serious, the amount of money and effort required for yearly medical bills are much less.
Through this service, I would like to create the opportunity for all people in Bangladesh to think, know and act about their current health status.
I hope that this service will be beneficial for all the people in Bangladesh. I believe that together, we can make a difference in the lives of many families across the country.
Tomohiro Morita (MD)
Doctor Morita graduated from the School of Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, The University of Tokyo and is currently enrolled in the doctoral course of Graduate School of Medicine and Faculty of Medicine,. He moved to Fukushima to help people there. While working as a physician at Soma hospital, he is focused on health damage research of the people in stricken areas and research on the public health problem in Bangladesh and China. In miup, he is developing AI and healthcare services as a doctor who knows the medical field. He is highly interested in making medicine efficient and wants to explore the ideal shape of medicine in this service.