Ismail seeks to develop physical products that will help people with chronic medical conditions. His road to entrepreneurship began when he co‐founded a cancer support charity in honor of a friend who had fought brain cancer. Quickly realizing that he didn’t want to rely on donations or grants, he developed the ZipTee, an adaptive shirt providing access to ports implanted for chemotherapy, with plans to use all sales proceeds for service to cancer patients and their families.

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