Three Penn students are on their way to changing the lives of chemotherapy patients for good. Knowledge at Wharton host Dan Loney speaks to winners of the Wharton Entrepreneurship Startup Showcase to find out more about their company, Sanguis. Divyansh Agarwal (MD PhD candidate), Prateek Agarwal (MD MBA candidate), and Daniel Zhang (MD PhD candidate), have invented a hand-held device for chemotherapy patients monitors their blood cell count that has won three separate Penn competitions this year alone.

Wharton Entrepreneurship Startup Challenge – students build a company over the course of the year and compete for cash prize by pitching their company to accomplished investors. More Info: