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Companies / AI Nov 04, 2021 - 12:28 PM GMT

By: Submissions


The $11-trillion healthcare industry is going fully digital, disrupting industry giants & government monopolies, and finally giving the power back to the people.

That means no more googling of symptoms for a panic-driven self-diagnosis… where a spot on the skin can turn into a rare fatal disease, or an upset stomach into Stage IV cancer.

The digital revolution in healthcare is about far more than simply scheduling an appointment with a clinic through an app …

It’s about empowering the individual to take control of their health.

It won’t be Google that leads this revolution. And it most certainly won’t be Cortana or Alexa.

It will be the end of the trend for one billion people who enquire about their health concerns on Google, every day.

The American healthcare system isn’t just prohibitively expensive …

It’s impossible to navigate. Not even WebMD provides any real clarity because it’s not powered by sophisticated AI, and it’s not personalized to the user.

CARA, the new AI-powered application developed to empower people to manage their own health care and diagnose health problems with expertise and proper follow-up, may be the answer to it all.

And the company behind it is Canada-based International.

Here are 5 Reasons to Watch International Inc. (CSE: TRUEOTC: TREIF).

#1 Google Doesn’t Have a PhD

Google fields one billion health-related questions a day, or about 70,000 every minute.

Google’s Health VP David Feinberg, M.D., once even boasted that Google made health information “accessible to everyone”.

That’s a dangerous claim for a search engine that can’t possibly be adequate to address your most pressing health concerns. It’s a minefield of misinformation. Yes, it’s free, but it’s not even close to reliable.

CARA plans to change all of that.

#2 Meet CARA, Cortana’s Highly Educated Counterpart

For the past 6 years, a team of over 40 global world-class medical experts at International ( CSE: TRUE OTC: TREIF) have been working to build some of the most sophisticated AI on the planet. It must be if it’s going to manage healthcare.

They taught CARA to think like a doctor. And one pre-eminent medical institution is standing behind it.

The University of Minnesota Medical School has licensed CARA to assist with teaching and testing medical students.

The CARA app serves as a health assessment and monitoring tool, with seamless integration of medical records and tests. It’s not gambling with google to diagnose your symptoms … it’s using your own medical history and a proper assessment of current symptoms.

CARA’s AI can optimize symptom assessment and diagnosis functions for patients and caregivers alike. The CARA app also offers a comprehensive health and wellness tracking and analytics platform that integrates seamlessly with wearables and should allow to capitalize on the multi-trillion-dollar wellness industry. 

The AI gets smarter as time goes on and has been meticulously designed to scale.

CARA doesn’t just assess your symptoms, give you personalized results based on your actual medical history, track your symptoms, and give you intelligent follow-up …

It helps you understand what you really need to do next, and it monitors everything along the way.

It can even help manage your entire family at once.

It’s seamless, smart and could completely change the way Americans manage their healthcare.

The best part? It’s expected to launch in just two months.

#3 Telemedicine Is Taking over and’s Timing Is Impeccable

The telemedicine market was worth about $42 billion in 2018. By 2026, it is set to hit nearly $400 billion.

That’s an increase of over 850% in less than a decade.

And it’s clear why …

Americans are fed up with healthcare, and they’re fed up with spending more than any other country. On average, the US spends $10,000 a year per capita on health care.

That’s why we saw wellness apps downloaded 1.2 billion times in 2020 alone. The pandemic furthered the adoption of telemedicine exponentially, and now it’s not only here to stay—it’s here to disrupt, thoroughly.

But “telehealth” is only one piece of the puzzle.

According to Allied Market Research, medical apps are projected to become far bigger. That’s bigger than the $400 billion value telemedicine is headed for.  

Source: Allied Market Research

That’s where International Inc. (CSE: TRUEOTC: TREIF) is laser focused.

TRUE brings it all together … from health assessments powered by AI to wellness products, TRUE has all the tools patients are looking for.

TRUE also has all the tools insurance companies are looking for in a partner.  Not only insurance companies, but also large corporations and potentially governments increasingly looking to offer health incentives to constituents.

That’s a huge advantage right at the lucrative crossroads of an $11-trillion healthcare market, and a telemedicine market surging towards $400 billion faster than anyone could have ever anticipated …

And an IT healthcare market that is expected to be worth $390 billion by 2024. 

Source: Market Reports on Healthcare

TRUE has built a hyper sophisticated AI that can handle endless variables because it was trained by world-class medical experts from around the world.  

“This vast infrastructure works to simplify an incredibly complex picture that is given from the patients input and data,” says John Fraser, CEO of TRUE. “The AI factors in all of the patient’s variables - height, weight, gender, health conditions, blood rate, diet, genetics, chronic conditions, previous surgeries, doctor reports, etc. – the AI absorbs all of this information – and – then thinking like a doctor – can leverage this information when analyzing a patient’s current symptoms in order to provide a comprehensive diagnostic assessment of the patient with suggestions for immediate treatment and healing.” 

#4 Not your average AI developers

TRUE co-founder and CEO John Fraser has been involved in software IT for 20 years, starting at the Minnesota Department of Health where he was the architect of a statewide cancer surveillance system (at the time - the largest ever recorded) , and he has experience founding unicorns in the space, and is known for his expertise in scaling tech products and building valuable IP.

Fraser sold his first health care unicorn—Ability Networks - for over $1 billion to behemoth Inovalon (NASDAQ: INOV).

When Fraser launched cloud-based healthcare software platform Vision Share (which became Ability Networks), it was all about  insurance claims and healthcare billings across the United States. The company developed a claims and eligibility service that was quickly adopted by payers and providers all over the country. It was sold six years ago for $1.2 billion, and now, it’s among the Top 2 such providers in the U.S.

It’s all led to Fraser’s current move in the IT healthcare segment— International Inc. (CSE: TRUEOTC: TREIF).  

This will be Fraser’s second attempt at scaling a cloud based healthcare SaaS platform, and if history is any indication, there is plenty of upside left for TRUE at these levels.

TRUE retained a global team of doctors to provide the foundation for advancing AI enough to truly think like a doctor.

And the rest of the management team are pioneers in the field.

Dr. Kevin Peterson,’s co-founder and chief medical officer, and a front-running pioneer in the IT healthcare segment, is a 35-year professor at University of Minnesota. He built ECRN, automating clinical studies at scale. Dr. Peterson is an expert in chronic disease management, health services, diabetes, bioinformatics and clinical trials in primary care.
Dr Paul Markham. Chief Strategy Officer, a global veteran healthcare tech influencer and serial entrepreneur has joined Treatment to commercialize and grow the company.

David Poole, TRUE’s Director of AI Research, is a professor of Computer Science at the University of British Columbia and the chair of the Association for Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence, as well as Fellow of the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI) and winner of the Canadian AI Association (CAIAC) Lifetime Achievement Award in 2013.

And this is just a brief selection of the stunning team of experts behind

#5 The Real Value Goes Way Beyond This

Investors, this is where you’ll really stand up and pay attention.

Not only does TRUE, with help from the Global Library of Medicine, driving CARA, plan on positioning itself to attract a huge North American market of healthcare users, including Americans who are fed up with the system on multiple levels …

It’s also positioning itself to become an invaluable resource for a health insurance market that will be worth $4 trillion by 2027.

Insurance companies want the predictability and scalability of something like TRUE’s AI.

Everyone is starting to understand the powers of AI, but we really haven’t seen anything yet.  AI will likely revolutionize many industries, but many don’t understand how disruptive it can be in healthcare. We haven’t really seen anything yet.

TRUE has both B2C and B2B capabilities.

As a software company, TRUE is ultimately focused on leveraging its artificial intelligence and analytics to monitor and enhance user’s health (B2C) and to create licensable platform services (B2B) for the overwhelming number of corporations, health insurers and government health programs that are looking to serve their constituents.

Those programs have already shown massive interest in partnering with groups like TRUE for access to IP, services and data.

A key part of this business will be partnerships with government health organizations and insurers, and Fraser is connected to these from his 25+ years in the space, including a billion dollar exit in the healthcare IT and insurance software industry.

Ultimately, what could catapult this into a multi-billion-dollar company is the underlying AI intellectual property, or IP.

The AI is massive and it’s completely proprietary and 100% the property of

And AI on this scale could revolutionize every single industry … and healthcare is the ripest for revolution. We haven’t seen anything yet. This is just the beginning of the disruption of an $11-trillion industry, and the first to tie it all together in the most sophisticated offering stands to benefit most.

From where we’re sitting, that looks like International Inc. (CSE: TRUEOTC: TREIF), and by the end of this year, the opportunity will be much clearer.

The key takeaways are this:

  • We’re looking at a company with perhaps the most sophisticated AI the healthcare sector has ever seen, and it’s 100% proprietary.
  • We’re just at the beginning of a complete revolution in the healthcare industry, and is the first to truly attempt to empower the consumer with AI that thinks like a doctor because it was trained by doctors.
  • The company has a 41% reporting insider ownership.
  • The team behind it has the perfect track record in building and scaling IT infrastructure, particularly in the healthcare sector, and the CEO has done this before … to major rewards for investors.
  • Medical apps are tapped to be the fastest-growing IT healthcare segment, with consumers starving for better services that they can control and understand.
  • Better healthcare is a $12-trillion opportunity, and the best AI is about to launch … and it will be big.

Big pharma is still making moves in the healthcare industry:

Pfizer Inc (NYSE:PFE) is a pharmaceutical company dedicated to research and development of innovative medicines, some of which are already used by millions of people. The company's four primary businesses include: Pharmaceutical Products (R&D, manufacturing and sales), Consumer Healthcare (R&D, manufacturing and sales) Animal Health (R&D and sales) and Alliances/Licensing (licensing agreements for out-licensed products). As such, Pfizer offers world-class expertise in the fields of prevention; diagnosis; treatment; cure; rehabilitation after an accident or illness. Pfizer has been involved in medical innovations that have had a profound impact on human health since 1849 when it was founded as Charles Pfizer & Company.

Pfizer took the spotlight during the COVID-19 pandemic as one of the leaders in the global vaccine race. The company’s innovative approach to medicine allowed it to achieve what was thought to be impossible just years ago. The vaccine rollout was one of the fastest and most widespread in history. Despite its dominance in the race to get the world vaccinated, Pfizer’s share price saw a lot of ups and downs over the past year, but the company remains one of the top drug producers on the planet, and as such, especially with its attractive dividends, Pfizer will likely be a safe investment for years to come. 

Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. (NYSE:TEVA)  is a global pharmaceutical company that was founded in Jerusalem, Israel by Dr. Eliezer Dovid Romm and his son, Mr. Jacob Romm, an American Jew and graduate of the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School in Philadelphia. They wanted to create a business that would serve others with their innovative medications while providing jobs for Jews who had been through hard times during the Holocaust era. Teva has over 30 manufacturing facilities on five continents which have led to them being one of the largest generic drug manufacturers in the world today with tens of billions of dollars in revenue per year.

Teva Pharmaceutical Industries, largely due to its series of aggressive expansion and acquisitions has played a major role in helping patients get the treatment they need. In fact, its focus on generic, non-brand-name, medications have made treatment of depression more affordable than ever. Some of the medications it distributes include escitalopram, a generic version of the widely popular Lexapro, and venlafaxine, which some may recognize as Effexor.

Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ) is another company that has received significant attention due to its COVID-19 vaccine, has also received widespread praise in the medical community. As one of the first approved vaccines, and the first one-dose vaccine, Johnson and Johnson was a dominant force in the healthcare realm over the past year and a half. But that’s only one aspect of the company’s massive business.

Johnson & Johnson is a pharmaceutical and medical device company that has been in business for more than 150 years. The company started out as a small family-owned business and now employs over 100,000 people around the world. Johnson & Johnson's products range from contact lenses to prescription drugs to baby lotions. They offer many different types of products which make it easy for people with any type of need to find something they can use. 

Allergan plc (NYSE:AGN) is a global pharmaceutical company that specializes in the research, development and commercialization of prescription medicines. The company has operations in more than 100 countries worldwide and markets its products to patients under brand names such as Botox®, Restasis, Juvederm® and other well-known brands. Allergan also provides medical devices for ophthalmic use through its subsidiaries: Bausch + Lomb Incorporated, CooperVision LLC and P&G Ophthalmic Products Company. 

Allergan plc's success can be attributed to their team of scientists who are dedicated to making groundbreaking discoveries. They also maintain an open-door policy for all physicians so they can learn about their newest innovations firsthand. Another major key to the company’s success is its incredible patent moat. Allergan’s incredible array of patents means that it maintains various streams of income from some of the most used drugs on the planet. 

Merck & Co. (NYSE:MRK) is a pharmaceutical company that has been in the industry for over 150 years and have made significant discoveries in vaccines, medicines, and animal health. They are most well-known for inventing the polio vaccine. Merck & Co., headquartered in Whitehouse Station, New Jersey, employs more than 22,000 people worldwide with about 8500 of those being based in the United States. The company also manufactures products to help combat HIV/AIDS and they support programs fighting cancer around the world through donations from their philanthropic arm Merck Foundation. 

Merck & Co is a global leader in healthcare innovation with a mission to create innovative ways to improve lives. The company has been researching, developing, manufacturing and distributing prescription drugs for over the past century. Merck & Co.'s research efforts are focused on areas such as cancer, HIV/AIDS and Alzheimer's disease. They also provide healthcare services to people living in countries where there is limited or no medical infrastructure by providing medicines, vaccines and other medical supplies to them at affordable prices through their Merck Foundation arm of the business.

With much of the COVID-19 hype dying down, companies with strong products and research and development teamslike Merck & Co. stand to regain some of their ground among the vaccine allstars. This bodes well for Merck & Co. in the coming months, and the $200 billion company is a good pick for investors looking into the future.

A lot can be said about how food providers are helping the health and wellness movement flourish, as well. Take, Burcon NutraScience Corporation (TSX:BU), for example. Burcon is a Canadian tech firm rethinking the plant-based diet. With a focus on high-purity, sustainable, flavorful, and affordable products, Burcon has checked every box in the consumer’s book. Founded way back in 1998, the company has been at the forefront of the movement for over two decades, and it’s only become more refined since.

According to its mission statement, Burcon “seeks to improve the health and wellness of global consumers through the discovery and development of sustainable, functional and renewable plant-based products for the global food and beverage industries.” 

Else Nutrition Holdings Inc. (CSE:BABY) is another innovative plant-based lifestyle company from Canada. Else Nutrition has taken a different approach than many of its competitors, targeting a particularly young market – babies. Else was a first-mover in this space, offering a well-rounded, clean, sustainable and most importantly, plant-based, approach to baby food.

Their products aim to deliver all of the same benefits as typical baby food, but with an organic twist. In fact, 92% of their products are made from three core healthy ingredients, almonds, tapioca, and buckwheat. And the best part, is they never alter the plants’ chemistry or remove any of the micronutrients, they just alter the texture.

AEterna Zentaris Inc. (TSX:AEZS) is a major biopharmaceutical up and comer. The company has seen steady growth, and an array of new developments over the recent years. With a focus on oncology, endocrinology, and women's health solutions, AEterna has created a variety of new products, including Macrilen, the first and only FDA-approved oral test for the diagnosis of Adult Growth Hormone Deficiency.

Recently, AEterna received European approval to market Macrillen which has pushed its value even higher. Dr. Christian Strasburger, the Head of Clinical Endocrinology at Charité Unversitaetsmedizin Berlin and the principal investigator for macimorelin explained, “Clinical studies have demonstrated that macimorelin is safer and much simpler to administer than the current methods of testing for insulin-induced hypoglycemia, and is well-tolerated by patients and reliable in diagnosing the condition.”

Aptose Biosciences Inc. (TSX:APS) is a biotech company specializing in personalized therapies to address Canada’s unmet oncology needs. The company uses genetic and epigenetic profiles to gain insights into certain cancers and patient populations in order to develop new treatments within the space.

Aptose has an exclusive partnership with Ohm Oncology to develop, manufacture and commercialize APL-581 in order to treat hematologic malignancies and related molecules.

The Hexo Corporation (TSX:HEXO), as previously mentioned, made major waves with its partnership with Molson Coors to develop cannabis beverages. In Hexo’s fourth-quarter press release, the company shared some optimistic news regarding Truss’ progress, with Sebastien St-Louis, Hexo CEO and co-founder, explaining, “We are commanding significant market share in Quebec and this year we made major strides by launching Truss cannabis infused beverages in Canada in addition to our initial foray into the U.S. with Molson Coors, a world-class partner.”

By. Lori Stevenson


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