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     429  0 Kommentare Mainz Biomed to Present New Pooled Colorectal Cancer Screening Data, its Largest Study to Date, at ASCO 2024 Annual Meeting

    Key Findings: 92.3% Sensitivity for Colorectal Cancer, 82.3% for Advanced Precancerous Lesions

    Poster presentation showing new data on 690 subjects including previously unexamined and unreported samples from the pooled ColoFuture and eAArly DETECT studies utilizing the mRNA biomarkers, FIT test, and a proprietary AI Algorithm

    BERKELEY, Calif. and MAINZ, Germany, May 28, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Mainz Biomed N.V. (NASDAQ: MYNZ), a molecular genetics diagnostic company specializing in the early detection of cancer, is excited to announce its participation in the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) 2024 Annual Meeting. This prestigious conference will be held from May 31 to June 4, 2024, in Chicago, Illinois, and online, serving as a leading forum for the latest developments in oncology.

    The combined analysis from the ColoFuture and eAArly DETECT studies represents the largest dataset to date, with 690 subjects including previously unexamined and unreported subjects enrolled across 30 clinical sites. These studies were designed to assess the performance of a novel stool-based approach that combines mRNA signatures and the Fecal Immunochemical Test (FIT) with an AI-generated algorithm to improve diagnostic performance for detecting colorectal cancer and advanced precancerous lesions.

    Presentation Details
    Title: “A Novel, Non-Invasive, Multimodal Screening Test for Early Detection of Precancerous Lesions and Colorectal Cancer Using an Artificial Intelligence-Based Algorithm.”
    Presenter: Dr. D. Kim Turgeon
    Session: Saturday, June 1, 2024, from 13:30 to 16:30 CDT
    Abstract #: 3627
    Poster Bd#: #290
    Citation: J Clin Oncol 42, 2024 (suppl 16; abstr 3627)

    This multimodal screening test shows a significant improvement over existing non-invasive methods, particularly in detecting advanced precancerous lesions (APLs) such as advanced adenomas, which are critical for early intervention. By leveraging this approach, Mainz Biomed aims to revolutionize colorectal cancer screening practices and contribute to a reduction in cancer mortality rates worldwide.

    Please visit Mainz Biomed’s official website for investors at mainzbiomed.com/investors/ for more information.

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    About eAArly DETECT and ColoFuture
    eAArly DETECT and ColoFuture studies were designed to integrate novel mRNA biomarkers into Mainz Biomed’s pivotal FDA PMA clinical trial ReconAAsense. The studies included 690 evaluable subjects across 21 sites in the U.S. and 9 sites in Europe. The two cohorts included patients (US cohort aged 45 and older and European cohort aged 40 and older) that provided a stool sample before undergoing a colonoscopy to either screen for CRC (average risk), to follow up on a positive non-invasive test, imaging or symptoms, or if a subject was already identified as having colorectal cancer but before any treatment had been administered. Following colonoscopy and any applicable histopathology, subjects were classified into groups: CRC, advanced adenoma, non-advanced adenoma, no findings, or non-colorectal cancer. Each subject outcome was compared to the results from the next generation test incorporating the novel mRNA biomarkers and FIT.

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