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Research-Tested Mobile Apps for Breast Cancer Care: Systematic Review

Research-Tested Mobile Apps for Breast Cancer Care: Systematic Review

Two of the 29 studies focused on the use of an mHealth app in breast cancer prevention, 5 targeted early detection, 12 were on care management, and 10 focused on survivors of breast cancer.

Chiara Jongerius, Selena Russo, Ketti Mazzocco, Gabriella Pravettoni

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2019;7(2):e10930


Participant Engagement in a Commercially Available App-Based Mindfulness Training Intervention Delivered to Women Diagnosed with Breast Cancer

Participant Engagement in a Commercially Available App-Based Mindfulness Training Intervention Delivered to Women Diagnosed with Breast Cancer

complete bibliographic information, a link to the original publication on http://www.iproc.org/, as well as this copyright and license information must be included.BackgroundMindfulness training may improve quality of life (QoL) among women diagnosed with breast

Kristen Rosen, Jennifer Potter

iproc 2018;4(2):e11907


Mobile Breast Cancer e-Support Program for Chinese Women With Breast Cancer Undergoing Chemotherapy (Part 1): Qualitative Study of Women’s Perceptions

Mobile Breast Cancer e-Support Program for Chinese Women With Breast Cancer Undergoing Chemotherapy (Part 1): Qualitative Study of Women’s Perceptions

This application process prevented contamination between the two groups and protected the privacy of participants in the Breast Cancer e-Support program.Figure 1Screenshot of the Breast Cancer e-Support program Website.The development process of the Breast

Jiemin Zhu, Lyn Ebert, Dongmei Guo, Sumei Yang, Qiuying Han, Sally Wai-Chi Chan

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2018;6(4):e85


Use of Mental Health Apps by Patients With Breast Cancer in the United States: Pilot Pre-Post Study

Use of Mental Health Apps by Patients With Breast Cancer in the United States: Pilot Pre-Post Study

Although therapies that emphasize skills acquisition, such as cognitive behavioral therapy and acceptance-based therapy, have demonstrated efficacy in reducing distress in patients with breast cancer [9-12], almost half of the patients with breast cancer report

Philip I Chow, Shayna L Showalter, Matthew Gerber, Erin M Kennedy, David Brenin, David C Mohr, Emily G Lattie, Alisha Gupta, Gabrielle Ocker, Wendy F Cohn

JMIR Cancer 2020;6(1):e16476


Developing a Web-Based Comic for Newly Diagnosed Women With Breast Cancer: An Action Research Approach

Developing a Web-Based Comic for Newly Diagnosed Women With Breast Cancer: An Action Research Approach

IntroductionOver the past few years, the number of breast cancer cases has been consistently increasing worldwide [1]. Over the same period, breast cancer has been ranked as the primary cause of cancer-related death among women in Taiwan [2].

Tzu-I Lee, Shuh-Jen Sheu, Hsueh-Chin Chang, Yu-Ting Hung, Ling-Ming Tseng, Shin-Shang Chou, Te-Hsin Liang, Hui-Ju Liu, Hui-Ling Lu, Mei-Chun Chen, Ying-Chun Liu, Chi-Shan Tsai, Jui-Chiung Sun

J Med Internet Res 2019;21(2):e10716


Mobile Breast Cancer e-Support Program for Chinese Women With Breast Cancer Undergoing Chemotherapy (Part 3): Secondary Data Analysis

Mobile Breast Cancer e-Support Program for Chinese Women With Breast Cancer Undergoing Chemotherapy (Part 3): Secondary Data Analysis

IntroductionChemotherapy often causes undesirable side effects in women with breast cancer, including fatigue, pain, sweating, swollen hands, and anxiety [1,2].

Haihua Zhu, Xiuwan Chen, Jinqiu Yang, Qiaoling Wu, Jiemin Zhu, Sally Wai-Chi Chan

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020;8(9):e18896