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Globally, cancer is the leading cause of death, accounting for nearly 1 in 6 deaths in 2020 with majority coming from Asia. Given today’s ageing population, and emerging factors like diet and environment, the burden of cancer is only projected to increase.

To tackle the rising cancer burden and increase the chances of survival, the integration of diagnostic testing and treatment is key. In the era of precision oncology, genomic profiling, clinical decision support solutions, and multidisciplinary partnership can enable early diagnosis and personalised treatment, presenting the opportunity to improve the lives of millions of people around the world.

Expert Opinions

23 August 2023

NGS and precision oncology in Australia: insights from Profs Peter Gibbs and Svetlana Cherepanoff

In this article, Prof Peter Gibbs and Prof Svetlana Cherepanoff discuss the issues surrounding the clinical integration of NGS in Australia.

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23 August 2023

NGS and precision oncology in Taiwan: insights from Dr Jan-Gowth Chang and Dr Jason CH Hsieh

NGS and digital applications for oncology management can help improve early cancer detection and prevention, reducing human and economic costs of the cancer. In this article,…

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18 August 2023

NGS and precision oncology in India: insights from Dr Amit Rauthan

In this article, Dr Amit Rauthan shares insights on the challenges and opportunities for greater NGS adoption in India.

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22 May 2023

NGS and precision oncology in Hong Kong: insights from Dr Lam Tai-Chung

In this article, Dr Lam Tai-Chung shares how his institution has had first-hand experience of landmark cases and outstanding treatment responses from using NGS in seemingly…

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22 May 2023

Next-generation sequencing (NGS) drives precision oncology in Singapore

In this article, Dr David Tan discusses the potential of NGS in Singapore, where the adoption of this technology is only just beginning to take root.

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22 May 2023

NGS and precision oncology in South Korea: insights from Prof Kim Jee-Hyun

In this article, Prof Jee Hyun Kim explains her clinical experiences of NGS, and how she sees it evolving within South Korea’s innovative healthcare ecosystem.

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22 May 2023

Breaking barriers to precision oncology implementation with digital solutions

While precision oncology has shown great promise, there are still barriers to its implementation, such as data fragmentation, staff shortages and time, funding, and lack of…

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Key Publications

17 August 2023

A framework to rank genomic alterations as targets for cancer precision medicine: the ESMO Scale for Clinical Actionability of molecular Targets (ESCAT)

This study proposes a unified framework to classify targets for precision cancer medicine based on clinical evidence of utility, to aid oncologists in prioritising potential targets…

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11 August 2023

The impact of the multi-disciplinary molecular tumour board and integrative next generation sequencing on clinical outcomes in advanced solid tumours

The integration of next-generation sequencing (NGS) comprehensive gene profiling (CGP) into clinical practice is playing an increasingly important role in oncology. Therefore, the HKU-HKSH Multi-disciplinary Molecular…

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19 May 2023

Unlocking the Value of Quality Next-Generation Sequencing in APAC

The advancement of technology has created more opportunities for Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS). With greater public interest in Precision Medicine, it seems hopeful that NGS can potentially…

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19 May 2023

Recommendations for the Use of Next-Generation Sequencing and the Molecular Tumor Board for Patients with Advanced Cancer: A Report from KSMO and KCSG Precision Medicine Networking Group

These recommendations provide a critical guidance from NGS panel testing to final treatment decision based on MTB discussion.

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9 December 2022

APACMed White Paper – Strengthening Healthcare Systems Through the Critical Role of Diagnostics

Diagnostic technologies are used across the entire patient journey of multiple disease states, and provide the tools to prevent, detect, and monitor the required interventions. Despite…

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Webinars and Symposiums

ESMO 2023 Madrid – Shaping the Future of Personalised Healthcare for Cancer Patients

Missed the satellite symposium sessions from ESMO 2023? Access the programme details and webcast recording here.

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The right tools at the right time: Liquid Biopsy enters the clinic

The field of clinical oncology continues to see drastic advancements with non-invasive techniques, such as liquid biopsy being adopted for diagnosing and monitoring cancers in place…

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ESMO Asia 2022 Singapore

Missed the satellite symposium sessions from ESMO Asia 2022? Access the webcast recordings here.

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ESMO 2022 Paris

Missed the satellite symposium sessions from ESMO 2022? Access the webcast recordings here.

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Digital Tools to Drive NGS Clinical Application for the Future

The growing amount of clinical data available for each patient, clinicians need to manage massive genomic information, histological analysis tools, and clinical trials and publications. They…

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