Press Coverage of
Mauna Kea Technologies
Mauna Kea Technologies and its flagship product, Cellvizio Optical Biopsy, have received international media coverage. View a selection of highlights below.
Medical Device Daily report on Mauna Kea’s investor boost
September 27, 2016
News flow turned into a roller coaster ride on the Euronext stock exchange for Paris-based Mauna Kea Technologies SA that saw the price of shares in the company surge 135 percent during September. See more...
Preventing Esophageal Cancer: an Interview with Dr. Wilson Tsai
September 17, 2016
Dr. Tsai discusses the growing incidence of esophageal cancer and how its focus cannot only include treatment, but must also include prevention. Dr.Tsai demonstrates how new technology, like Cellvizio can help find esophageal cancer sooner, and ultimately save lives. Broadcast on KTVU-SF (Fox). See more...
Cellvizio is now an option for patients in South Florida
September 08, 2016
Boca Raton Regional Hospital is the first in South Florida to offer a new innovation in endoscopic biopsies. Boca Raton Regional Hospital’s Stephen Steinberg, MD, is now performing biopsies on at-risk patients during standard endoscopy procedures. This allows him to view internal tissues at the microscopic level instantaneously. Boca Regional was the first in South Florida and is the only hospital in Palm Beach County to offer Cellvizio to patients. This will help revolutionize the diagnosis and treatment of certain cancers. See more...
World's smallest microscope is helping doctors in Richmond, VA, detect cancer faster.
June 10, 2014
When Dan Doyle started having stomach problems three years ago, he knew he could be in for another fight. Doctors performed an endoscopy, and they found precancerous cells, but without knowing exactly where the bad cells were they couldn't just go back and remove them. See more...
Cellvizio featured on Doctor's Life magazine Tampa Bay
May 05, 2014
Moffitt Cancer Center is the first hospital in the Tampa Bay region to offer "Optical Biopsy," whereby a very small microscope probe is threaded through a traditional endoscope to assess the esophageal mucosa, or through a needle used to puncture pancreatic cysts for real-time cellular analysis to detect early cancer. See more...
New Methods for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Biliary Irregularities Proven Successful
April 30, 2014
Weill Cornell Medical College scientists have added Cellvizio to their endoscopy diagnostic arsenal that detects biliary cancers earlier and with greater accuracy than other imaging techniques available. See more...
Cellvizio Technology Finds and Removes Cancer Faster
April 25, 2014
RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) - Learning that you may have cancer can be a scary time, but for some patients there's technology that can find it and remove it faster. See more...
Dr. Cynthia Harris of the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center talks about Cellvizio
April 24, 2014
Tampa radio station WHNZ interviews Dr. Cynthia Harris of the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center on gastrointestinal cancers. She highlights the effectiveness of Cellvizio over traditional biopsies by demonstrating how standard endoscopy could mislead a doctor into believing that the tissue being sampled is normal when it is actually malignant. Listen to the broadcast. See more...
Cellvizio featured on French radio report
April 13, 2014
Mauna Kea Technologies and Cellvizio Optical Biopsy were featured on the French radio station RFI. Check out the report on the latest technological innovations in the service of medicine. See more...
Cellvizio Optical Biopsy featured in Becker’s ASC Review
April 11, 2014
Dr. Bimaljit S. Sandhu, MD, Gastroenterologist at Richmond Gastroenterology Associates discusses how Cellvizio enables gastroenterologists to diagnose disease in real-time right at the patient's bedside. With a microscopic view of the mucosa, the physician is able to detect more malignant strictures during the initial endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatogram, thus reducing repeat procedures. See more...
The Telegraph, India: Tiny camera takes cancer fight to cells
April 10, 2014
Doctors at Apollo Gleneagles Institute of Gastroenterology, which recently installed Cellvizio, say that it will help save vital time in cancer detection since it provides real-time information about tissue microstructure. See more...
Moffitt Cancer Center uses new cancer detecting device
April 10, 2014
Moffitt Cancer Center uses the world's smallest microscope to detect cancer early. See more...