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About Tempus CEO, Eric Lefkofsky

Eric Lefkofsky is a businessman and a tech-investor, and a co-founder and CEO of Tempus, a company that provides modern technological medicines. Lefkofsky attended Southfield-Lathrup High and completed in 1987. He joined the University of Michigan where he graduated in 1991 with honors and continued in the same institution in the school of law and, in 1993; he acquired his Juris Doctor degree. He later ventured into entrepreneurial which made him become one of the most successful businessmen.

About Tempus

Tempus is a firm that uses modern technology to provide personalized cancer healthcare to patients. The company uses advanced sequencing technique which provides a complete patient evaluation to ensure that cancer patients receive comprehensive analysis before treatment options get put in place. As mentioned by the CEO, the current cancer treatment methods which include chemotherapy, radiotherapy, surgery and use of drugs are harmful and threaten other body organs health.

Physician at Tempus uses a collective and structured clinical and molecular data to generate a modern cancer treatment solution through artificial intelligence at a lower cost. It eventually uses a data-driven technique of molecular data, phenotypic data and morphologic data analysis of cancer patients to obtain the actual contents of patients. With less ethical issues compared to other cancer evaluation of scanning and imaging, Tempus evaluation and sequencing methods remain considered to be safer and with fewer critics from the government and other groups.

Eric Lefkofsky Firm Vision

Lefkofsky’s vision to create Tempus was from his personal experience to introduce modern and unique technology to the health industry at the field of cancer. His primary goal for the company is to develop more advanced treatments for other complications such as diabetes and high blood pressure. Lefkofsky also aims at expanding the company into other regions countrywide. Even from his experience in leading companies, he points at keeping the company’s progress private as keeping it public exposes its ups and downs faster hence destroying the motive of the company.

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