Wednesday, October 16, 2019 gets global recognition from American Society of Clinical Oncology for Online Cancer Guidance Technology

Onco’s Online Cancer Patient Assistance Pathway (OCPAP™) platform helps cancer patients and caregivers with preliminary treatment guidance, and more, at the click of a button’s path-breaking technology, Online Cancer Patient Assistance Pathway (OCPAP™), built to help cancer patients get personalized treatment guidance as per international standardized protocols, was honored at the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) Breakthrough: A Global Summit for Oncology Innovators conference, held at Bangkok, Thailand from October 11-13, 2019. The ASCO Breakthrough Summit brought together the very latest in oncology practice, scientific discovery, and technological advances to transform the future of cancer care.

The abstract of the study titled: Development of ‘Online Cancer Patient Assistance Pathway’ (OCPAP™) technology platform to provide treatment guidance for cancer patients in developing countries”, was one of the highest-rated research topics submitted by experts from across the globe, was presented by Dr. Amit Jotwani, Co-founder and Chief of Medical Affairs at at the ASCO Breakthrough Summit.’s OCPAP™ platform is the first service in the world to provide customized cancer treatment guidance, helping patients with the right information they need to navigate their journey through cancer. Through this platform, any patient or caregiver can visit and avail free preliminary treatment guidance by providing basic information like organ affected, stage of the disease, patient’s general condition and treatment done to date. The algorithm then provides them with diagnostic and treatment assistance as per international protocols, based on proprietary knowledge database created by’s team of oncologists.

Dr. Jotwani said, “To be recognized by a prestigious global authority in Cancer such as ASCO, is a true validation of our work in the field of cancer, through our pioneering patient-centric platform, we aim to fill the gaps in cancer care across developing countries, as well as help patients and doctors make the right treatment decisions based on the latest treatment protocols. It gives us immense pride that our abstract was selected by ASCO’s awards committee, giving us the confidence that we are on the right path in achieving our goal of making cancer care more patient centric.”

According to recent statistics, there are 3 million cancer patients in India, with 1.5 million new patients being diagnosed every year. This number is slated to touch 2 million by 2022. Although the burden of cancer in developing countries is less than their developed counterparts, the proportion of cancer-related deaths is 70% in these countries. As per the Global Survey of Clinical Oncology Workforce 2018, for every 10,000 cancer patients, there are only 1 to 5 trained oncologists in developing countries like India, while there are 50 to 100 in developed countries. Likewise, the new patients-per-oncologist ratio ranges between 700 to 10,000 in developing countries compared to 70 to 200 in developed nations.

Given these challenges and gaps in the sector, OCPAP™ can help millions of cancer patients, with limited access to qualified oncologists, and get a better understanding of their treatment options.

Rashie Jain, Co-founder and CEO of, said, “Our platform provides personalized treatment guidance to patients, from a wide network of oncologists in India and the US. OCPAP™ is an initiative to reach out to every cancer patient with access to the internet. More than 25,000 patients have availed this service to date, and this number is growing at a rapid pace, which is indicative of the need for such a platform.

In addition to presenting the study at the summit,’s Co-founder Dr. Amit Jotwani was also a recipient of the 2019 Conquer Cancer Foundation of ASCO Merit Awards, which recognize oncology fellows for their valuable research in clinical cancer treatment and technology innovations in cancer care.

About is a pioneer in providing online access to advanced cancer care in India. Through its network of world-class oncologists, provides accurate and personalized scientific advice to cancer patients at every stage of their journey. Since its inception in 2017, the company has grown its network of reach, starting from India and currently catering to 18 countries across the subcontinent, Africa and the Middle East. The aggregator recently completed a $7 million series A funding by Accel, Chiratae Venture (earlier known as IDG Ventures) and Dream Incubator, and aims to become a one-stop platform for all cancer-related requirements and support.

About ASCO:
Founded in 1964, the American Society of Clinical Oncology, Inc. (ASCO®) is committed to making a world of difference in cancer care. As the world’s leading organization of its kind, ASCO represents nearly 45,000 oncology professionals who care for people living with cancer. Through research, education, and promotion of the highest-quality patient care, ASCO works to conquer cancer and create a world where cancer is prevented or cured, and every survivor is healthy. The Breakthrough Summit is the Society’s first-of-a-kind scientific meeting in Asia and is co-hosted by the Thai Society of Clinical Oncology (TSCO).

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