NET Cancer Health Storylines
Have you downloaded the free NET Cancer Health Storylines self-care app? The app is available in 7 countries: the United States, Canada, Australia, Ireland, New Zealand, Singapore, and the United Kingdom*.
Developed by Self Care Catalysts in partnership with the Carcinoid Cancer Foundation (CCF), NET Cancer Health Storylines makes it easy to record your symptoms, nutritional concerns, moods, medication, and more. Choose what you want to track to build your own summary “My Storylines” to learn more about your health, and to share with your doctor about what happened between visits. You can choose from a suite of health tools to help you better manage carcinoid and NET cancer, whether you are just diagnosed, on active treatment, or on surveillance, including:
Taking your prescribed medications on schedule is an essential part of overall self-care. Keep your mind at ease by receiving reminders for taking your medications on your mobile device.
RECORD FOOD REACTIONS
Document what foods may be triggering symptoms such as flushing or diarrhea. This helps you choose and adjust to the right foods, which may be helpful to give you better control over your symptoms.
DAILY MOODS AND JOURNAL
Track and understand your emotions and what might be driving them. Keep a journal as it has been shown to increase well being.
Pick and choose other tools so you can customize the app to meet your needs. Many users have found the Stool Diary (available from the Tool Library) useful in helping them track their bowel patterns and triggers.
Among the newest features in the app are:
- NET Nutrition helps you choose and prepare the right foods to help address your symptoms
- Daily check-in feature to remind you to track your health (sometimes it is hard to remember with so much going on!)
- A Healing Music Box to inspire peacefulness through your cancer journey
- NET Videos featuring NET expert physicians, patients, and key opinion leaders
If you haven’t used NET Cancer Health Storylines, or have not yet experienced this new and improved version, try it today — it’s available from the App Store, Google Play, and on your desktop.
*Note: The medication list available in the app is currently drawing from the United States FDA and Health Canada’s drug database, and may not contain certain medications that are only available in other countries. It will be updated in the future with the drug list from your country.