CancerRx is a useful tool that recommends molecular testing based on tumor type
Tag: cancer app
Interview with Jennifer Stinson on PainSquad, an interactive pain journal integrating gamification.
NCCN shares their world-class guidlines on their Android app, “NCCN Guidlines,” but with really disappointing results.
Jonathan Cho from the National Cancer Institute recently demonstrated the development process behind creating the NCI recently released mobile web app for smart phones and tablets at the Medicine 2.0 Conference in Boston, MA.
The ecancer app has current information but lacks functionality and content of full website.
Mobilizing for Health® is the McKesson Foundation’s grant initiative that provides funding for research on mobile phone-based interventions for low-income patients with chronic diseases. Specifically, their interest lies in research proposals that seek to evaluate mHealth applications, with priority given to researchers studying the use of mobile in cancer management. The research studies funded by these […]
Review of the Pocket Guide to Hematologic Cancer Chemotherapy Protocols by Edward Chu, MD. A great app for oncologists and others that work in oncology.
A free app from the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) shows how patients can be empowered using mobile tools.