Careology is an app that supports people with cancer to monitor and manage their health.

What is Careology?

Careology is an app that supports people with cancer to monitor and manage their health. Many people find managing their cancer treatment complicated and confusing. So the aim of the app is to help people feel more in control of their care while they are having their treatment.

The personal information used in the app can also be shared with a person’s family, friends or medical team if they choose to do so.

How does the Careology app work?

The Careology app features a range of tools, which include:

  • symptom monitoring, including a coronavirus symptom tracker, so people can keep track of how they are feeling, and see when to contact their care team
  • the ability to integrate with a range of popular health tracking devices that track someone's temperature, heart rate, blood pressure, weight and activity levels
  • a journal, medication tracker and calendar that make it easy to note questions and information, and provide prompts and reminders
  • personalised articles and ideas that offer help on dealing with cancer treatments.

How can I get Careology?

The Careology app is free to use. You can download it from the App Store. It will soon be available on Google Play.

Disclaimer

We're recommending this service as we think it may be useful to people living with cancer during the coronavirus pandemic. Macmillan has no relationship with the organisation featured on this page and has not created or designed any of the services. Macmillan does not manage any of the service. The organisation listed on this page is solely responsible for the services it offers.

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