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The CancerAid Plus Program supports patients to achieve better outcomes with a powerful and customisable multidisciplinary approach to complement your cancer therapies.
CancerAid Plus uses innovative technology purposefully designed to educate patients about their condition and treatment. Enrolled patients receive a tailored program and evidence-based resources developed to prevent toxicity and improve outcomes.
Research has shown that cancer patients who are more engaged with their own care have better health outcomes.1
"A diagnosis of cancer marks the beginning of a journey full of emotional, psychological, physical and practical challenges”
- Cancer Australia
Enabling patients access to the plus program can help support patients to manage their physical and mental wellbeing during treatment.
Our programs allow you to provide the best way to use medicines. With customisation on your terms, you can include necessary disease state awareness resources. We are experienced in tailoring resources for specific patient groups and needs, compliant with Medicines Australia and TGA.
Our 6-week education model is tailored to foster positive lifestyle changes during cancer. Delivered digitally, patients can access a wealth of knowledge through engaging videos and guides that are backed by clinically-proven cancer survivorship principles.
The tools patients need to manage their condition are conveniently packaged in an interactive app that helps patients take control, organise their care and stay connected with their support network. The award-winning CancerAid app pairs seamlessly with the program and has support mechanisms that patients love.
The CancerAid Plus program maintains a rigorous standard of security and trust to flawlessly integrate with your product and marketing.
Our program is built using evidence-based research and is thoroughly reviewed by clinicians, making it easy for health care providers to prescribe.
We are experienced in integrating our solutions seamlessly. Our digital solution is data secure and safe to use.
Our program fits within the regulations of Medicines Australia and TGA. We maintain accountability.
Employ a behavioural change program that works. For patients prescribed your therapies, the CancerAid Plus program gives them access to a content-rich support system.
CancerAid Plus engages and educates your patients on managing their cancer care to improve their care outcomes.
Empower people towards better health outcomes by introducing CancerAid Plus to your patients with cancer.
We are principled on developing a collaborative relationship with you - it takes a community to achieve the best health outcomes for cancer patients.
This is why we avoid offering a prescriptive package that doesn’t suit your organisation’s needs.
Our information is flexible to suit the needs of your brand and portfolio. We are experienced collaborators and happy to co-create content for a seamless experience.
The Plus framework has been designed to meet regulatory requirements in healthcare and digital industries, so it's quick and easy to bring your program to patients.
That’s why we provide ongoing operational support and field force training to ensure you can get the most value out of our services - including brand, launch, and tech support.
Hear from our community
Prof Boyer has been a Medical Oncologist for more than 25 years and is a member of the Order of Australia for his work as an educator, a clinical trials researcher and for his involvement in the development of integrated care facilities for people suffering with cancer.
Breast cancer survivor Cynthia's key advice to other patients is to take it one day at a time and be educated. "The emotional support and bridge of information is critical"
If you or anyone your know is affected by cancer and worried about the coronavirus (COVID-19), please find the latest information from Cancer Australia here. We also share some of our tips for isolation and staying healthy.