Helping firefighters
stay fit and well

We help firefighters understand the health risks related to toxin exposure

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helping Firefighters to stay healthy with precision medicine

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for a breath lab

Help your members stay well

The Diagnose Early breath test looks for toxins

You are exposed
to toxins daily

Every fire releases a noxious cloud of toxins. Some you breath in, others are absorbed through your skin.

Get tested regularly for toxins

Regular breath tests help you see what you are being exposed to

toxins exposure timeline

Your body metabolizes some toxins in days but chemicals like PFAS stay in your body forever. In both cases, it can take years before you realize the negative health impacts.

Benzene is a good example: it is metabolized in hours, however, long term exposure leads to aplastic anemia, leukemia, and multiple myeloma.

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We recommend tests every 3-4 months to ensure timely detection

The firefighter wearable

Designed with firefighters, for firefighters

Diagnose Early thin red line wearable
sleep quality chart

Track sleep quality

Understand the effects of interrupted sleep on your overall health

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Monitor your fitness

Stay fit for duty and see how you compare with others

find health related data points

Link with health outcomes

See how your fitness affects your long-term health

firefighter mask


Mask up before you are exposed to toxic smoke

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Change hoods before re-entry in the fire scene

Data is secure and private


Decontaminate gear before getting in the truck

Data is secure and private

Gear off when home

No gear allowed in the living quarters of the station

Be a hero, use your gear correctly

SCBA reduces your toxin exposure

Many toxins are absorbed by breathing them in. But not all of them are visible as smoke. Your SCBA is designed to protect you against these toxins.

Firefighters wearing SCBA

How breath tests work?

Fast non-invasive testing for toxins. Designed to be:

  • Fast: Tests take just a few minutes

  • Non-invasive: Just blow into a tube

  • Easy: Access your results in the app

  • Accurate: Identifies many key toxins

Health Data Platform

Our cloud-based health data platform uses AI to deliver real insights

Chronic conditions

We collect data from multiple sources including our innovative breath tests, custom thin red line wearable, and health records. This data is key to building your toxin health timeline.

Chronic conditions

We are committed to protecting your personal data. All your data is encrypted and protected using state-of-the-art methods. We never share personal information (PII) with anyone without your  permission.

Chronic conditions

Your de-identified data helps us drive new research into conditions that disproportionately affect firefighters. This includes cancer, lung disease, sleep apnea, and more.

Access all your data via an app

Custom firefighter apps for Android and iOS

  • Make and update breath test appointments

  • Access all your test results and timeline

  • Pair with your thin red line wearable

For Firefighters

An app that focuses on what matters to firefighters: being fit for work and staying safe

Made for firefighters


The app is only available to fire fighters whose IAFF Local has signed a contract to deliver a lab

Exclusive for firefighters

Private & Secure

Privacy is vital to us: We do everyting we can to keep you personal data completely safe and secure

Private and Secure
mobile app for firefighters

It's like a smoke alarm for your health

Smoke alarms warn you about potential fires.
Breath tests warn you about toxins that may affect your health.

Diagnose Early is a smoke alarm for your health
Diagnose Early--keeping fire fighters safe

Help your members to help the firefigters of the future

Your data will support critical research and help to save the lives of countless future firefighters

75% of firefighters commemorated last year had died of cancer. How many of them could have been saved if things were diffferent?

75% of firefighters commemorated last year had died of cancer. How many of them could have been saved if things were diffferent?

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