NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Flatiron Health today announced three Flatiron-authored abstracts have been accepted for poster discussion and presentations at the 2022 American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) Annual Meeting, to be held June 3-7.

“As demonstrated by our research at ASCO this year, we are at the forefront of our industry to improve patient lives through the power of integrated evidence, and are committed to advance equitable care for all patients,” said Carolyn Starrett, Flatiron CEO. “At Flatiron, we are reimagining the infrastructure of cancer care. We bring together science, technology, and medicine to transform possibilities into results and solve critical challenges with our partners.”

Highlights include:

  • an investigation that uses one of the largest real-world datasets with a telemedicine variable available to assess patterns of use among patients with cancer during the COVID pandemic, illuminating health inequity
  • a study that uses integrated evidence to quantify the clinical value of multi-gene testing in early-stage lung adenocarcinoma, showcasing potential benefit in treatment decision-making
  • a study that evaluates and understands the value of ctDNA as a non-invasive tool to treat patients with advanced NSCLC by leveraging the Flatiron Health-Foundation Medicine Clinico-Genomic Database

Read more about the research on the Evidence Desk.

Poster Discussions and Presentations

Racial and Socioeconomic Disparities in Telemedicine Use Among US Patients Initiating Cancer Treatment During the COVID-19 Pandemic
First author: Jenny Guadamuz, Xiaoliang Wang, Trevor J. Royce, Gregory S. Calip

Abstract: 6511

A real-world evidence study quantifying the clinical value of multi-gene testing in early-stage lung adenocarcinoma (LUAD)
Partner: Foundation Medicine

First author: Nathan Pennell, Lianliang Zhang, Katherine T. Lofgren, Bharathi Muthusamy, Emily Castellanos, Karen Schwed, Oliver Humblet, Alexa B. Schrock, Geoffrey R. Oxnard

Abstract: 8525

ctDNA Shed and Outcomes for Patients (pts) with Advanced Non-small Cell Lung Cancer (aNSCLC) Treated with Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors (ICPI)
Partner: Foundation Medicine

First author: Benjamin Besse, Russell W. Madison, Cheryl Cho-Phan, Jermey Snider, Tamara Snow, Filippo G Dall’Olio, Khaled Tolba, Alexa B. Schrock, Geoffrey R. Oxnard

Abstract: 9045

About Flatiron

Flatiron Health is a healthtech company dedicated to helping cancer centers thrive and deliver better care for patients today and tomorrow. Through clinical and data science, we translate patient experiences into real-world evidence to improve treatment, inform policy, and advance research. Cancer is smart. Together, we can be smarter. Flatiron Health is an independent affiliate of the Roche Group. @FlatironHealth


Nina Toor