What they’re saying about chemoWave
At a time when most of the innovation for cancer treatment is clinician-facing, an updated version of an app designed to help cancer patients navigate the complexities of chemotherapy treatment is being rolled out for iOS devices.
Following a soft launch last year, the chemoWave disease companion app has now been fully released for chemotherapy patients interested in better managing their care, symptoms, and side effects.
Your smartphone could save your life — it’s science. A 2017 report on the findings of a seven-year clinical trial funded by the American Society of Clinical Oncology showed that cancer patients lived 20 percent longer if they tracked their health care treatment on a computer.
Matt Lashey, ChemoWave co-founder and creator, discusses how the personal experience of his partner’s chemotherapy inspired the launch of a new app to help others navigate their treatment.. (read story)
A new app helps clinicians and cancer patients keep track of biometric data during chemotherapy and beyond and is now available for downloading. (read story)
chemoWave allows cancer patients to track personal health data between chemotherapy sessions such as overall well-being, energy levels, and medications taken to identify trends in their health to better manage, and even eliminate, side effects that can occur during treatment.. (read story)
chemoWave helps cancer patients and their doctors keep track of a variety of biometric data. (read story)
Cancer survivor Ric Grenell helped create a health app after chemo treatments. (watch video)
An innovative new app called chemoWave is looking to reshape cancer care by tracking patients’ moods, conditions and symptoms from chemotherapy. (read story)
Creators Ric and Matt sit down for an interview with Newsmax to talk about the new mobile app that empowers patients going through chemotherapy. (read story)
It took Matt Lashey and Ric Grenell three years to develop Chemowave, a new app that helps track experiences, moods and conditions to share with patient’s doctor. (watch video)
chemoWave is mentioned during the “One More Thing” segment of The Five by Dana Perino as she highlights the story behind the app and why it is a valuable new tool for cancer patients. (watch video)
Marcus Osborne, VP of Health & Wellness at Walmart (SXSW 2017)
Osborne touts chemoWave at SXSW 2017 – a solution that can give chemotherapy patients and caregivers back some control to improve their treatment journey. (watch video)
June 29, 2017
New App Provides Chemotherapy Patients with More Control; chemoWave Created from Personal Experience (Business Wire)
Treatment Technologies & Insights (TTI), LLC today launched its first app for cancer patients going through chemotherapy. The free app available today at the iTunes store was developed from the real-life experience of a patient diagnosed and treated for Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma at the City of Hope in Pasadena, California. (read more)