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2018 ASCO Annual Meeting

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A cloud-based virtual tumor board to facilitate treatment recommendations for patients with advanced cancers.

Subha Madhavan

6508

A comprehensive evaluation of breast cancer treatment delays by race among Women's Health Initiative participants.

Rachel Lynn Yung

e18579

A fully automatic solution for structuring prostate pathology reports.

Peter Prinsen

e18586

A legal methodology to enable broad-access sharing and investigation of clinical trial cancer data.

Dave Handelsman

e18604

A proposed measurement scheme when lymph nodes split on serial CT in clinical trials.

Ahmad Shafiei

e18591

Analysis of use of a molecular reporting and treatment decision support tool in more than 1300 cancer cases.

Gabriel Alejandro Bien-Willner

6552

Artificial intelligence methods to predict chemotherapy-induced neutropenia in breast cancer patients.

Peter Abdul DeWan

6555

Association of baseline body mass index (BMI) with overall survival (OS) in patients (pts) with metastatic non-small cell lung cancer (mNSCLC) treated with nivolumab (N) and pembrolizumab (P).

Jizu Zhi

6553

Can AI technology augment tumor board treatment decisions for stage II colon cancer care?

Peng-ju Chen

e18582

ChemoQuant: A novel approach to address the current chemotherapy supply problems in low resource countries.

Thomas Eggebraaten

e18593

Clinical performance pilot using cognitive computing for clinical trial matching at Mayo Clinic.

Jane Helgeson

e18598

Clinical trajectory modeling to predict hospitalization or death after palliative chemotherapy.

Kenneth L. Kehl

6509

Clinician perspectives on electronic health records, communication, and patient safety across diverse medical oncology practices.

Minal R Patel

6549

Concordance assessment of a clinical decision support software in patients with solid tumors.

Harit Suwanrusme

e18584

Concordance evaluation of an artificial intelligence technology with a multidisciplinary tumor board in gastric cancer.

Daolu Yuwen

e18569

Concordance, decision impact and guidelines adherence using artificial intelligence in high-risk breast cancer.

Zefei Jiang

e18566

Data harmonization hurdles, lessons learned, and recommendations: An imaging study.

Amrita Basu

e18603

Defining tumor characteristics resulting in radiographic progression for better trial outcomes.

Manish Sharma

e18594

Design and implementation of a multipurpose BRIDG-harmonized information system at an academic cancer center.

Thomas R. Klumpp

e18602

Development of a web-based DrAV tool for comprehensive genomic profiling interpretation.

Amit Verma

e18568

Development of an online drug-drug interaction resource to support safe prescription of oncolytics.

Nielka P. Van Erp

e18574

Differences in presentation and management patterns in patients with hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) between China and Singapore: Initial data from the HCC Registry in Asia.

Pierce K. H. Chow

e18587

Dissemination of breast cancer knowledge and expertise from NCI-CCC tumor boards with community oncologists.

Maitri Kalra

e18575

Factors impacting progression-free survival (PFS) as a predictor of overall survival (OS).

David J. Stewart

6556

FDA breakthrough therapy designation for oncology products: The CBER experience.

Harpreet Singh

e18585

First experiences with an AI-assisted clinical evidence system to evaluate clinical consensus among clinical trial publications.

Fernando Jose Suarez Saiz

e18583

Genetic differences between primary and metastatic tumors from cross-institutional data.

Julie Wu

e18572

HemOnc.org comes of age: User characteristics and comparative speed and accuracy to other hematology/oncology knowledge resources.

Richard Lewis Martin

e18596

IBM Watson Evidence Service (WES): A system for retrieval, summation and insight generation of relevant clinical evidence for personalized oncology.

Fernando Jose Suarez Saiz

e18588

Identifying systemic cancer therapy treatment and dosing in structured electronic data.

Nikki M Carroll

e18599

Impact of a cognitive computing clinical trial matching system in an ambulatory oncology practice.

Tufia C. Haddad

6550

Optimal method of identifying individuals eligible for lung cancer screening: Comparing methods of eliciting and recording smoking history.

Hannah Boman

e18595

Optimizing measurement when lymph nodes merge on serial CT in clinical trials.

Ahmad Shafiei

e18590

Performance of cancer recurrence algorithms post ICD10 coding scheme switch.

Debra P. Ritzwoller

e18576

PRECISE: A clinical-grade automated molecular eligibility screening and just-in-time (JIT) physician decision support solution for molecularly-selected oncology trials.

Jessica Tao

6507

PROeverywhere: Bridging the unmet needs of patient reported outcome with a mobile app.

Kin Wai (Tony) Hung

e18570

Reader disagreement index (RDI) as an indicator of reader performance.

Manish Sharma

e18592

Semi-automated platform for efficient and accurate annotation and interpretation of somatic variants in cancer.

Meaghan Russell

e18597

Simulation order for patients undergoing SBRT: Identifying predictors of lengthier insurance authorization.

Seth Blacksburg

e18581

Statistical significance of bevacizumab trials when considering the portfolio of all studies.

Derrick L Tao

6551

Synoptic pathology data extraction for SNOMED CT coding using dataZOEK.

Triparna Ghosh-Choudhury

e18601

Systematizing precision oncology clinical trial participation through the integration of electronic medical record (EMR) data and routine tumor profiling.

Eddy Shih-Hsin Yang

e18578

The Memorial Sloan Kettering (MSK) electronic informed consent (eIC) platform for clinical trials: An operational model and suite of tools for obtaining informed consent, and managing consent documents.

Michael T. Buckley

e18577

Trial prospector update: A point of care automated clinical trials matching application.

David Lawrence Bajor

6554

Validation of a software-based clinical trial matching platform for oncology using comprehensive clinical information.

Denise Mitchell

e18589