Population served: Cancer patients, any interested individual
To improve the quality of life for blood cancer patients
- The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) created a free app called LLS Health Manager to help you manage your health by tracking side effects, medication, food and hydration, questions for your doctor, grocery lists and more. You can set up reminders to take medications, hydrate, and eat. You can export the information you've tracked in a calendar format and share it with your doctor to identify patterns and develop strategies to help manage your side effects.
Population served: Blood cancer patients (leukemia, lymphoma, myeloma, myeloproliferative neoplasms) in the US
To enable cancer patients to live their healthiest, happiest life.
- Offers a free 3-month digital health coaching program to individuals with blood cancer. Participants are paired with a dedicated health advisor who provides personalized resources as well as one-on-one support over the phone through weekly phone calls, texts, and emails. Advisors help participants achieve goals such as eating healthy, staying active or reducing stress.
Population served: Cancer patients, survivors, caregivers worldwide
To help as many cancer patients as possible all over the world to improve their energy levels and to regain quality of life.
- Tired of Cancer offers a free app called Untire, a software program that can be used by anyone with a mobile device or tablet. The Untire app helps cancer patients understand fatigue, and gives tips and exercises to improve energy. The app addresses eight important themes: anxiety, worry, boundaries, sleep, nutrition, self-care, activity and of course, fatigue. Untire also provides helpful guidance for caregivers.