2008 American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) Annual Meeting Abstracts Available On-Line

The 44th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) will be held on May 30th through June 3rd, 2008 in Chicago, Illinois. Under a new policy, ASCO publicly released clinical trial brief abstracts two weeks before the start of its 2008 Annual Meeting on May 30th, where full results will be presented before thousands of cancer doctors. The new ASCO policy was intended to avoid stock trading on non-public information that was believed to have occurred under a prior policy in which ASCO mailed out abstracts under embargo weeks before its annual meeting.

I have provided hyperlinks below to a variety of cancer topics that may be of interest to ovarian cancer survivors. Please note that with the exception of the first “ovarian cancer” category listed below, the remaining categories will contain abstracts that address various types of cancer. H*O*P*E*™ will provide one or more posts that address ovarian cancer abstract highlights after the completion of the 2008 ASCO Annual Meeting on June 3rd.

Gynecologic Cancer:

Ovarian Cancer

Developmental Therapeutics: Cytotoxic Chemotherapy:

Cytotoxic Chemotherapy
Drug Resistance
Pharmacology / Pharmacokinetics
Phase I Studies

Developmental Therapeutics: Immunotherapy:

Antibodies
Cell-Based Therapy
Cytokines
Other: developmental therapeutics: immunotherapy
Vaccines

Developmental Therapeutics: Molecular Therapeutics:

Antiangiogenic or Antimetastatic Agents
Cell Cycle Inhibitors
Chemoprevention
Epigenetic Strategies
Functional Imaging
Gene Therapy/Antisense Strategies
Other Novel Agents
Pharmacodynamics
Pharmacogenomics
Pro-Apoptotic Agents
Receptor-Targeted Antibodies/Ligands
Tyrosine Kinase Inhibitors
Vascular Targeting

Tumor Biology and Human Genetics:

Cancer Genetics
Epidemiology / Molecular Epidemiology
Immunobiology
Molecular Diagnostics and Staging
Molecular Targets
Other: Tumor Biology and Human Genetics
Prognostic Factors
Radiation Biology
Tumor and Cell Biology

Cancer Prevention:

Cancer Prevention

Patient Care:

Cancer in Older Patients
Cancer-Related Complications
End-of-Life Care
Other: patient care
Palliative Care
Quality-of-Life Management
Supportive Care

Health Services Research:

Health Services Research
Outcomes Research
Practice Management/Professional Issues

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