Life is toxic

The food and products we consume every day are disabling and killing millions globally. What's now referred to as the 'chronic disease pandemic' has created a perfect storm for global healthcare systems. Accelerated demand for personalised interventions mean there's restricted access to life-saving treatment. What we see at every turn is our public health systems are ill-equipped to manage future challenges.


To eradicate health inequality

Health inequality goes against the principles of social justice because they are avoidable. They do not occur randomly or by chance. They are socially determined by circumstances largely beyond an individual’s control. These circumstances disadvantage people and limit their chance to live longer, healthier lives. To tackle problems, Labhouse suggests repurposing closed retail sites as open medical research spaces. Empowering local communities with the training and support they need to thrive in a toxic world.