Fast, easy and accurate
Our clinicians use artificial intelligence to analyse your data, helping them make personalised decisions for you.
If you’ve never been tested we can supply a blood test form without needing to see a doctor.
Get started with the new gold standard for prostate cancer testing.
Get a free initial assessment
After you answer some simple questions, we track down results from any previous testing. Our clinical team will then assess your past data for free and give you a recommended next step.
If you require testing, prices start from $35/year.
Whether you’ve never had a test or have been getting tests for years, now is the time to get started.
Create an account ►
Get started by creating your account. Maxwell Plus will analyse your risk factors and any of your previous data.
Receive test referral ►
If you need further testing you’ll receive your referral via the app.
Complete blood test ►
Have your blood test completed at over 2,500 testing facilities across Australia.
Specialist reviews ►
Our specialist clinicians review your results, assisted by Maxwell Plus artificial intelligence.
Manage your risk
Receive your clinical recommendation. Have peace of mind that your risk of prostate cancer is being managed correctly.
Why I support Maxwell Plus
“Maxwell Plus makes it simple to keep your prostate cancer risk under control.”
Dr. Peter Swindle, MBBS MS FRACS (Urologist)
Chief Medical Officer, Maxwell Plus
Why I need Maxwell Plus
“During a recent health scare I really didn’t want my health to be quantified. However I knew that once the question was asked it had to be answered.
Everything turned out fine, but something more proactive was required. Maxwell Plus is exactly what I needed.”
Maxwell Plus user since 2017
45 years old
Why I use Maxwell Plus
“Maxwell Plus is individual to you. The access to their AI and clinicians is what really attracted me. Now I know my GP and I don’t need to worry about my prostate cancer risk, Maxwell is managing that for me.”
Maxwell Plus user since 2019
62 years old
For all Australian men, informed testing should begin at the age of 40 with a “baseline” test. The frequency of testing is dependent on other risk factors (e.g. family history), but every male should be getting tested yearly after the age of 50.
Australian men are currently at risk of developing prostate cancer
Chance of 5-year survival if prostate cancer is detected late