Rehman Hassan is in the eleventh grade at Dulles High School. Devastated by the loss of his grandparents due to cancer and heart disease and realizing the many preventative measures that could be taken to prevent non-communicable diseases, Rehman founded an international public health organization in 2016, iCure Health, when he was in the seventh grade. iCure aims to educate and bring awareness to common diseases such as cancer and heart disease. In addition to bringing awareness, one of iCure’s major missions is to improve access to preventative care measures such as depression screenings, mammograms, fecal immunochemical tests, and colonoscopies. So far, iCure has helped physicians perform over 20,000 tests. Rehman serves as the CEO and founder of iCure and constantly works to help improve iCure’s reach and impact. In the last seven years, iCure has been fortunate to reach over 45,000 people around the globe from Bayamón, Puerto Rico to Doha, Qatar. iCure has over 30 chapters all over the world including chapters at Yale and the University of Toronto with most chapters formed in high schools, universities, and medical schools.