Provides information about breast cancer, and about treatment of the condition.
Information on how to check breasts, and on lifestyle choices for decreasing the risk of breast cancer.
Provides patients (and their carers and families) with information on up to three cancers (breast, lung and prostate), supported by interactive illustrations, photos and videos. Now only available via website. The app version is no longer supported.
“The Australian Clinical Trials website allows you to search for a clinical trial by disease type and you will receive a brief description of the trial, eligibility criteria for the trial and contact details for further information…
…There is a user friendly app that has been developed by ClinTrial Refer which allows you to search by your subtype of lymphoma for trials anywhere in Australia and it will tell you whether the trial is currently open, where it is open and who to contact for further information.
Features the activities of Belgium-based multi-stakeholder organisation specialising in cancer, the European CanCer Organisation (ECCO).
Contains a video on how women should properly check their breasts for cancer. Is approved by NHS Choices as being safe.
“The app was built with advice from Dr Licitra of the Cancer Institute of Milan, with sponsorship from us, the Associazione Italiana Laringectomizzati (AILAR), and the Federazione Italiana delle Associazioni di Laringectomizzati e Pazienti Oncologici (FIALPO), and the Associazione Italiana di Oncologia Cervico-Cefalica (AIOCC). The app is an effective tool for patients with tumours of the head or neck, and also for people who have difficulty speaking. The app allows you to activate a voice synthesiser from a repertoire of phrases that best meet the basic needs of these types of patients. You can also write short sentences to be sent to the speech synthesiser, producing either a male or female voice.”Associazione Italiana Laringectomizzati (AILAR), Italy | Source no longer available
Allows audio, images, and video relevant to cancer symptoms, and to life with cancer, to be stored in a logbook, and shared with carers, doctors, family, etc.
Information on diagnosis and treatment guidelines for many cancers.
“NCCN Guidelines for Patients®, patient-friendly translations of the NCCN Guidelines®, are meant to help patients with cancer talk with their physicians about the best treatment options for their disease.
The NCCN Guidelines for Patients along with one- to two- page NCCN Quick Guide™ sheets summarising key points in the NCCN Guidelines for Patients are now available through the mobile app.”National Comprehensive Cancer Network, the not for profit organisation that developed the app. | http://bit.ly/2NnVpsX
Allows a user to check for skin cancer by conducting self examination.
Allows the user to follow the progress of World Child Cancer projects around the world, and to find out more about how cancer is faced by children in the developing world.
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