Qure.ai Unveils AI-Powered Lung Cancer Care Continuum at ASCO 2024

Qure.ai unveiled its AI-powered lung cancer continuum at the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) annual meeting in Chicago, being held from May 31 to June 4, 2024.

Featuring AI solutions to identify, measure, manage, and monitor the end-to-end care continuum is designed to support clinicians and advance developments for lung health in the pharmaceutical and medical device industries.

“Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer-deaths worldwide, with approximately 75% of patients detected in late-stage disease. Earlier detection reduces the need for therapeutic or surgical intervention and boosts survival rates, by over 90% if treatment starts at stage 1,” states Prashant Warier, CEO and Co-founder of Qure.ai.

“Artificial intelligence for lung cancer powers early detection - not just as part of existing screening programs, but by finding small pulmonary nodules, often opportunistically, during general healthcare imaging procedures. This enables earlier identification and referral for imaging or treatment pathways. It also helps overcome the ongoing challenges of low lung cancer screening appointment uptake rates,” Prashant Warier adds.

The Qure.ai lung cancer continuum provides regulatory-cleared individual or end-to-end detection, analysis, and monitoring tools, putting improved patient care at the heart of innovation:

  • AI to identify missed lung nodules from chest X-rays and support in early lung cancer diagnosis;
  • AI to measure lung nodules via CT scans and track volumetric growth as part of progression monitoring;
  • AI to manage lung cancer cases via multi-modality reporting, collaboration and prioritization tools;

AI to monitor drug efficacy and disease progression in clinical trials and cancer care research.

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