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iCANcer

Seller: Naomi R. Bartley
Price: FREE


Download iCANcer free via AppsHawk.

iCANcer is the first iPhone app designed to help cancer patients, caregivers and survivors manage their cancer journey.

Developed by a two time cancer survivor, iCANcer helps manage medical information by allowing you to graph lab results, log treatments and side effects, sync doctor appointment information with your calendar and access important cancer resources.

***iCANcer features***
-Password protected
-Exports medical information
-Graphs tests and lab trends over time
-Sorts current and past medications
-Organizes and syncs doctors appointments
-Stores questions to ask specialists
-Manages medical history
-E-mails your information to a new doctor

***What people are saying about iCANcer***

"My mother and sister-in-law are cancer survivors. The complicated process of documentation and record-keeping during and post-treatment is exhausting. iCANcer streamlined stacks of unorganized medical record folders into something we can carry in our pockets and in the palm of our hands. Great App!"

"As a mother of a child with cancer this just what I've been looking for! I love that it will graph his labs, vitals, height and weight. Plus, it keeps track of current and past medications and any side effect of issues he may have. Just wish this had come out 2 years ago!"

"Great app! From tracking all medical needs to maintaining personal and family medical history, it is so useful! I love it! Check this out! It's a one of a kind and worth every penny!" 5 stars out of 5.

Legal:
iCANcer is independent of medical centers and government. iCANcer does not connect to the internet or store any information elsewhere on your device.

iCANcer information is as accurate as the data entered by the user and is not intended to replace the use of medical records. The developer of the app cannot be held responsible for accuracy of the information, treatments, outcome of health care or transfer of medical information to health care providers.

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