Have you or a loved one been diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer? Linda, a virtual coach, can help answer your questions.
Talk to Someone: Triple Negative Breast Cancer is an interactive conversation where you can speak to a virtual coach, Linda, and ask questions in a safe environment. You choose the topics of conversation and select the questions you would like Linda to answer. You can find more information about:
- How triple negative breast cancer is different from other types of breast cancer
- What changes you can expect in your life and health during treatment
- What to expect from chemotherapy
- How to get help and support
Based on your answers to questions during the conversation, Linda will provide personalized responses specific to your situation. In Talk to Someone: Triple Negative Breast Cancer, you can explore your thoughts and feelings at your own pace: you control the conversation by making choices about what you’d like to discuss. You can also access resources that will connect you to more detailed information about triple negative breast cancer.
- Engage in a simulated conversation with a virtual coach and get answers to the questions most important to you.
- Learn the facts about triple negative breast cancer, from diagnosis to treatment.
- Access a list of helpful resources
This project was funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC’s Office of State, Tribal, Local, and Territorial Support) through a cooperative agreement number 5NU38OT000225-05 with the National Association of Chronic Disease Directors. The simulation was developed by Kognito and is powered by the Kognito proprietary simulation platform and methodology (“Kognito IP”). All rights in Kognito IP reserved. © 2018 Kognito Solutions, LLC.
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Wow. Surprisingly well done. I was skeptical based off the fact that it was going to be pre-recorded Messages. The then I played around with it and it had really informative information and delivered in a humane and empathetic way. Our family went through this journey 2 years ago. It was devastating. We didn’t know what triple negative was. We asked a lot of t same questions that were answered in this app. So we can verify that it has great information. Well done.
The only feedback would be that when clicking talk it then has ask a question. Then it shows me questions. Delete one of those first two steps. It felt like I had to open a door to open a door.
Otherwise great job. Advertise it more w hospitals
Needs to be updated
A few things: it should be clarified that this is for newly diagnosed women. I’m actually almost through radiation, all treatment decisions having been made- at least for now.
There needs to be updated information about immunotherapy, e.g. Keytruda as a newly approved regimen for TNBC. Or, if not approved, is being used.
Cool caps, e.g., Paxman, are an option and can save a large % of hair.
There needs to be an update re: support available during COVID-19. Halfway through my chemo I was not allowed a support person, etc. It took a while for online support groups to start and any comfort derived from friends, co-workers (all working from home) is virtual. If a woman had no family she would be alone with this. So Linda’s suggestion that this is the time to ask for what you need may be moot.
RE: the app, it would be nice to have the option to skip a section, although I’m thinking you want to be certain all information has been given. Very empathic and, surprisingly, human character, so kudos for that!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.