Treatment’s Global Library of Medicine Expands to Singapore

By October 18, 2021 October 26th, 2021 No Comments International Inc. (“Treatment” or the “Company”) (CSE: TRUE), (OTC: TREIF), a healthcare AI technology company, has expanded the reach of Global Library of Medicine (GLM) into Singapore, signaling its first entry into Southeast Asia. Treatment’s GLM is the world’s most advanced medical database, and the platform for a new category of tools in healthcare delivery.  

The Global Library of Medicine’s consortium of doctors now includes more than 50 members across four continents, with some of its newest members practicing in Singapore. “When we expand the number of doctors and the number of countries participating in the development of our AI-driven database, we greatly increase our ability to offer a global solution to the problem of delivering improved patient safety, cost of care, prevention, and overall healthcare outcomes,” says Dr. Kevin A. Peterson, MD, MPH, FRCS(Ed), FAAFP and Chief Medical Officer of Treatment. 

The GLM’s architecture includes detailed knowledge of hundreds of complex disease presentations, physical signs, pathology, anatomy, laboratory and x-ray findings, as well as detailed descriptions of where diseases are most likely to occur, how they are transmitted, and who is at the greatest risk. The multi-layered, multi-modular design of this extensive platform provides a medical value exchange to consumers, clinicians, and commercial users. 

Treatment’s much anticipated first product, Cara, is a virtual assistant that will leverage Treatment’s GLM and AI engine, and be available to consumers through a mobile app which will be released this year.