• Re-Mission 2 – a video game for kids with cancer

    Re-Mission 2 games is an online video game created by Hopelab. The game aims to give kids and young adults with cancer a sense of power and control. The website say the games “help kids and young adults with cancer take on the fight of their lives. Based on scientific research, the games provide cancer support by giving players a sense of power and control and encouraging treatment adherence.” All six Re-Mission 2 games can be played online for free. The Re-Mission 2: Nanobot’s Revenge mobile app is available for download on iOS. “In 2014, Re-Mission 2: Nanobot’s Revenge, our cancer-fighting mobile app for iOS Read more [...]

  • CAN.recall – free app for recording information

    Rare Cancers Australia have developed the free CAN.recall app to help patients better understand their cancer diagnosis and treatment. It allows users to to store information from consultations. This makes it much easier to share with family and friends. The app has a structured mechanism which allows users to record answers that they can review at a later date. It also prompts the user with questions to ask their treating team. “It’s designed to take some of the stress out of cancer.[Patients]are getting hit with a massive amount of information… all of this is coming at them in waves at a Read more [...]