Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey
195 Little Albany Street
New Brunswick, NJ 08903-2681
Cancer.Net - Accurate oncologist-approved cancer information from Cancer.Net, with tools to help plan and manage your cancer treatment and care. From the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO).
CareZone - CareZone makes it simpler to take care of yourself, an aging parent, and other family members that need your help.
CaringBridge - CaringBridge makes it easy to stay connected to your loved ones while you’re on-the-go. Visit CaringBridge sites using your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad and leave messages of support in guestbooks, read journal entries and tributes, and view photos.
CURE Magazine - CURE magazine, a free publication for cancer patients, survivors, and caregivers, combines science and humanity to make cancer understandable.
Dana Farber ask the Nutritionist : Recipies for Fighting Cancer - The Dana Farber nutrition app provides a wealth of information for your mobile device. It has recipies with full color photos, ways to search for recipies in varying areas, and a frequently asked questions page with answers from experts.
DrugShortages - FDA has developed an app that allows users to quickly identify current drug shortages, resolved shortages, and discontinuations of drug products.
Find a Health Center - Locate federally-funded health centers near you.
4 HER - This is a resource that is specifically designed to help women who have been diagnosed with HER2-positive breast cancer. The 4HER app provides support and information for women with HER2-positive breast cancer.
iCANcer - 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.
iCancerHealth - iCancerHealth is your virtual oncology nurse and companion delivered via a unique mobile and web-based platform designed to help you more easily manage your cancer care, so that you can focus on your life.
iSaveFertility - The app includes four patient fact sheets and pocket guides that include information on the risks of cancer treatment to fertility and options for fertility preservation for men, women and children.
LIVESTRONG MyQuit Coach - Dare to Quit Smoking - Create a personalized plan to help you quit smoking. Through a physician approved, interactive and easy to use app, you’ll evaluate your current status, set attainable goals and adjust preferences according to your needs.
Med Helper - Pill Reminder and Medication Tracker - Use this app to keep track of your medications.
My Care Plan - Once cancer treatment ends, many survivors feel a bit lost and unsure about the next steps. Journey Forward's My Care Plan will help you create a Survivorship Care Plan. You and your healthcare team can use this to coordinate your follow-up care and manage any ongoing symptoms.
My QuitBuddy - My QuitBuddy helps you get, and stay, smoke free. It’s with you through the hardest times with helpful tips and distractions to overcome cravings; tracking systems to chart your progress and all the facts you need to understand the impact smoking has on your health.
National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship - An app for you and your family, friends and loved ones to quickly and easily build lists of practical questions used to guide conversations between you and your doctors and nurses
QuitGuide - This app can help you prepare to quit smoking and support you in the days and weeks after you quit.
QuitStart - QuitSTART is a free smartphone app that can help you track your cravings and moods, monitor your progress toward achieving smokefree milestones, identify your smoking triggers, and upload personalized "pick me ups" and reminders to use during challenging times to help you successfully become and stay smokefree.
Self-Care During Cancer - This tool can help you care for yourself while you get treated for cancer. Use it weekly during treatment to assess your symptoms, and learn about helpful, self-care strategies. Email a copy of your assessment to your doctor or nurse, or print a copy for yourself. Then schedule your next check-in.