We understand that there’s a lot to manage when there is a cancer diagnosis - from appointments and treatments to allergies and side effects. That is why CureSearch developed the free CancerCare mobile app to make providing excellent care for children with cancer easier. After downloading the app, you will have quick access to a simple dashboard allowing you, your family, and other caregivers to:
Organize treatment dates and medication schedules all in one place; and automatically synchronize it with your phone’s calendar.
Track patient mood, side effects and blood counts, in real time
View reports to see trends
Access Cancer Care Resources right from the app
Confidentially share all of this information with other family caregivers. Mom can add side effects and dad will see it on his phone.
The CureSearch CancerCare mobile app provides support for the parents and caregivers of the more than 15,000 children diagnosed with cancer every year, and the more than 40,000 children undergoing cancer treatment this year alone. Download it today for free.
The following are the most recent updates to the CancerCare App to assist you in providing children with the best care:
Add photos to Medications.
Generate a PDF detailing patient information. Information includes basic patient information such as name and date of birth, a list of current medications, their doses and frequency, a list of the patients recent moods, the patients most recent blood counts, and a list of the patients caregivers and medical providers.
Toggle whether you'd like to have appointment and medication times saved to your devices calendar.
Invite a caregiver for another patient to become a caregiver for your patient.
Questions or comments about the CancerCare app? Please contact us at email@example.com!
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- National Childhood Cancer Foundation
- 36.7 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Dutch, French, German, Italian
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
- © 2017 CureSearch for Children’s Cancer
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.