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Free Mobile Apps for Cancer Patients

This section includes free programs to help organize cancer care. From appointments, to medications, to keeping track of follow-up questions, these handy mobile apps are designed to ease the burden and stress that comes with a cancer diagnosis. If you know, use and highly recommend another free cancer care app that you think will help our visitors, please get in touch to let us know.

Cancer.Net.Mobile Free App for Cancer Patients

Cancer.Net Mobile

Main URL: Visit

Description:

This award-winning app provides appointment, provider, medication, and symptom tracking and includes patient information on over 120 types of cancers. Freely available from Apple, Google Play and Amazon. Visit the Cancer.Net Mobile page for more.


CareZone Free Mobile App for Cancer Patients

CareZone

Main URL: Visit

Description:

A free app to track health information, organize and reorder prescriptions, and access low-cost insurance programs nationwide. This app is available from Apple and Google Play at no cost. For more information and links to the download, visit https://carezone.com/home.


Gryt Mobile App for Cancer Patients

StupidCancer

Main URL: Visit

Description:

This free award-winning app provides peer support and information to anyone affected by cancer including patients, survivors, caregivers, friends, family, medical professionals, researchers and advocates. This app is available from Apple and Google Play at no cost.  Please visit www.grythealth.com for more information.


CaringBridge Mobile App for Cancer Patients

CaringBridge

Main URL: Visit

Description:

This app offers a free centralized place for patients and caregivers to provide health updates, and for family and friends to respond with messages of positivity and emotional support. It’s available from Apple and Google Play at no cost.  Visit this page for details and download links: https://mobileapp.caringbridge.org/new/.


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