ALEXANDRIA, Va. – The American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) Breakthrough Meeting will convene oncology professionals from around the world in Yokohama, Japan, to explore cutting-edge advances in cancer care technology and innovations that can help transform care for people living with cancer.
Taking place August 3-5 in Yokohama, Japan, ASCO Breakthrough is planned and cohosted by ASCO, the Japan Society of Clinical Oncology, the Japanese Society of Medical Oncology, along with many other collaborating societies in the Asia Pacific region.
More than 160 abstracts will be presented at ASCO Breakthrough. Abstract titles are now available online and the full abstracts will be publicly released on Monday, July 31, at 5:00 PM (ET) at www.asco.org/bkth-abstracts.
ASCO BREAKTHROUGH PRESS PROGRAM
The following abstracts will be highlighted in press releases as part of the meeting’s official Press Program:
- A novel non-invasive multi-target stool DNA methylation assay for early detection of gastrointestinal cancers. (Abstract 41)
- Effects of supervised exercise and self-managed psychosexual therapy on sexual health in men with prostate cancer: A randomized clinical trial. (Abstract 71)
- Development of an artificial intelligence-based diagnostic system for the detection of abnormal colposcopic findings. (Abstract 82)
- Clinical validation of a ctDNA-based assay for multi-cancer detection: An interim report from a Vietnamese longitudinal prospective cohort study of 2,795 participants. (Abstract 135)
Authors of the above abstracts will also summarize their findings and be available for questions for reporters covering the meeting on site in Yokohama on Thursday, August 3, and Friday, August 4, of the meeting.
Media registration: To apply for ASCO media credentials to access embargoed media materials, session livestreams, and on-demand content and/or to register to attend the Meeting in person in Yokohama, please visit ASCO’s Media Headquarters at https://profile.asco.org/media/workflow. Step-by-step instructions are available online.
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