The Best Breast Cancer Apps of 2020

The Best Cancer Apps of 2020: The Top 10 Best Cancer Apps Of 2018

1. MyCancerCoach – This app helps you to get the most out of your time with a professional cancer counselor.

You can use it to ask questions, share experiences and make new friends while getting support from a real person who understands what you are going through.

2. Movember – This is a global movement started in November 2011 which encourages men worldwide to grow mustaches as part of their fight against prostate cancer.

Men can participate by growing moustaches or other facial hair for one month straight.

3. Prostate Cancer Helpline – This app provides users with all the necessary information they need to know about prostate cancer including symptoms, diagnosis, treatment options and more.

4. SmartMouth – This app helps users learn how to improve their health habits such as diet, exercise and more using simple bite size lessons.

Users can also record videos of themselves doing these things and upload them to the app where others can view them at any time.

5. The Body Shop’s Beauty Secrets For Women – This app contains everything women need to know about beauty products like makeup, skincare, hair care and much more.

It also provides information about the products offered by well-known beauty company The Body Shop.

6. LouGehrigs Disease Foundation (LEARN Program) – This app is designed to help people living with ALS, or Lou Gehrig’s disease, and their loved ones.

It helps them understand the disease, provides tips on day-to-day living with the condition and more.

7. Sharsheret – This app provides tools and information that young people living with a cancer diagnosis can use on a daily basis.

It helps them understand their disease, provides them with emotional support, and much more.

8. LiveSTRONG – This app contains vital information about every aspect of cancer including treatment options, side effects, risks and more.

It also contains inspirational stories from survivors and other important resources for patients and their loved ones.

9. Beyondblue – This app is specifically designed to help people living with depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety and other related conditions.

It provides users with tools and information designed to help them better understand their condition and learn how to manage it.

10. MORE THAN AWARENESS: MY SKIN CANCER APP – This app provides users with vital information about skin cancer including what causes it, symptoms and prevention tips.

The app also contains information about skin cancer prevention drugs and how to get them.

Cancer can be one of the most frightening things in the world. But, thanks to amazing new technologies and resources, it doesn’t have to be as scary as it once was.

These apps can help patients and their loved ones take power back and feel more in control of the situation. They can also help them better understand the disease and find hope when they need it most.

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