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Get patient-centric.

CancerAid's Patient Support Programs improve clinical outcomes by engaging patients with their treatment. We design custom programs to complement cancer therapies.

We bring our Life Sciences partners closer to their patients.

CancerAid uses engaging patient-facing technology and industry expertise to design patient support programs that improve patient engagement, health literacy and disease-state awareness.

Fundamental to our work is the evidence that cancer patients who are more engaged with their care have better health outcomes.1

Education is empowerment.


We work with clinicians and Key Opinion Leaders to understand the key clinical challenges facing a particular cohort. We then develop custom educational content.

Evidence-based education modules

Using technology and health coaching, we guide patients through a custom curriculum designed by oncologists.

Companion app for lifetime use

Patients track their symptoms, manage their care, and develop support networks through the CancerAid app.

Work with us.

Backed by clinicians

Our programs are evidence-based and designed by clinicians, for patients.

Low risk implementation

We have successfully partnered with a number of life science companies with frictionless integration.

Compliance at ease

Our programs are compliant with Medicines Australia and TGA regulations. We take data privacy and encryption seriously.

1. Greene, J., J.H. Hibbard, R. Sacks, et al., When Patient Activation Levels Change, Health Outcomes And Costs Change, Too. Health Affairs, 2015. 34(3): p. 431-437.

2. Basch, E., Deal, A., Dueck, A., Scher, H., Kris, M., Hudis, C. and Schrag, D. (2017). Overall Survival Results of a Trial Assessing Patient-Reported Outcomes for Symptom Monitoring During Routine Cancer Treatment. JAMA, 318(2), p.197.

3. Hood, L. and C. Auffray, Participatory medicine: a driving force for revolutionizing healthcare. Genome Medicine, 2013. 4(110).

4. Ballurkar K, Tan Z, Lo J et al. Feasibility and Acceptability of a Digital and Telephone Health Coaching Program to Promote Improved Return to Work Outcomes in a Cohort of Australian Cancer Patients. 3rd Victorian Cancer Survivorship Conference [Presentation]. March 2020.

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