Accurate and pain-free breast exams for women everywhere
Bexa is prioritizing the healthcare of the women most often overlooked and underserved.
What do all these women have in common?
There are more than 250,000 Haitian immigrant women in South Florida. Less than 5% of them will ever have a mammogram.
Haitian immigrants in Miami
Indonesia is a country of 280m people. Clinical breast exam is the primary means of early detection, but its sensitivity is less than 50%.
Women in Indonesia
African American women need to start early detection at age 35 but they have no realistically available option.
African American women
Fewer than 25% of women in rural communities will ever have a mammogram.
Women in rural communities
More than 60% of women with full commercial insurance do not agree to have an annual mammograms starting at age 40.
Women who avoid traditional screening
Only 10% of Native American women in Alaska will ever have an annual screening mammogram.
Native American women in Alaska
Most young women know the plight of a mother in their 30’s diagnoses with late stage breast cancer, but they have no early detection option.
Younger women who want an option
Women with dense breast tissue face a current screening process crippled by very frequent false positives; Bexa's accuracy isn't affected by density.
Women with dense breast tissue
The majority live without the benefit of early detection of breast cancer.
They’ve been left behind with no access, no choice or no option to protect themselves.
But within every community, the story is deeply personal
Bexa exists to save lives and protect women. Our mission is to provide an accurate breast examination that is available to women of every age and every color. Everywhere.
We believe that no woman should be left behind.
The Bexa process is designed for you
Painless. No radiation. No intimidation. Accurate. Immediate results. The qualities you told us would help you choose to gain peace of mind.
When you have a breast exam with Bexa, you can expect to be:
- Examined by a woman
- Treated with respect and compassion
- Done in less than 30 minutes
- Given your results at the end of your exam
Bexa Equity Alliance
Women of color have a much higher chance of suffering and dying from breast cancer. Not because their cancer is different, but because the system isn’t paying attention. Guidelines weren’t designed for black women and their risk is different. Expensive tests cater to women with security and insurance. Traditional health providers have abandoned many rural areas.
This is the sole focus of the BEA. We are bringing early detection that is effective in younger black women, that can be deployed in rural areas, and is provided by Bexa examiners of color for a fraction of the cost of other options. The BEA is paying attention.
Women of color are aggressively adopting Bexa. We are democratizing early detection of breast cancer because for too long we’ve seen women of color overlooked and mistreated, and that’s not acceptable.
Thank you for taking the time to learn about Bexa
We’re working hard to continuously advance the sophistication of Bexa and to establish its role in the early detection of breast cancer.