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Welcome to Enola

AI-Enhanced Rare Disease Search

Enola™ is an AI-powered application that suggests possible rare diseases based a person's signs and symptoms. The beta version is now freely available worldwide.

Medical Consultation

Enola Telemedicine Platform

A telemedicine service dedicated to rare disease diagnosis.

Sign up to be notified when the service is available in your area.

Rare Disease Diagnostic Process on the Enola Telemedicine Platform

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We Empower with AI

We Connect through Telemedicine

We Keep Searching Until we Find a Diagnosis

We Introduce Newly Diagnosed People to Disease-Specific Care

The Diagnostic Odyssey without Enola 

The average person with a rare disease spends 7 years searching for a diagnosis, and their journey usually looks like this:

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Why has rare disease diagnosis
been so difficult?


diseases are known to exist


diseases are learned in medical school

Problem: Most doctors have never heard of most rare diseases. 

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"When you hear hoof beats, think horses, not zebras."

- Ancient medical school proverb

Doctors are trained to think first of common diagnoses, not rare "zebras" 

That serves most patients well

But when things don't quite add up, there is always that nagging question...

What if this really is a rare disease?

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There are millions of people out there who have one of the 9,800 diseases their doctors never learned in medical school.

People like this slip through the cracks every day.

That's where Enola comes in.

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Enola gathers evidence from trusted sources like Orphanet, embeds this knowledge into an ever-growing knowledge graph, and uses this knowledge to generate a list of the most likely diseases for given a set of clinical findings. It is designed to participate actively in the diagnostic thought process, showing evidence and providing recommendations in an exchange of ideas more rapid than human conversation. 

Try out Enola (beta version) today
or get on the waitlist for the Enola Telemedicine Platform. 

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