MobiHealth News June 3, 2024
Jessica Hagen

Cancer patients and caregivers will receive free access to an AI-enabled app for mental health and other support services.

Oncology-focused digital therapeutics company Mika Health and global nonprofit Cancer Support Community (CSC) announced the pair will provide an AI-enabled oncology-focused digital therapeutic for U.S.-based cancer patients and their caregivers to access mental health and other support services free of charge.

Mika Health provides cancer patients with an app where they can access psychological support to reduce disease-related anxiety, depression and stress. Patients can also track side effects from medications, receive medication reminders, obtain education and nutrition advice, and coordinate appointments.

The digital therapeutic, which is already certified as a medical device and released in the EU, can be...

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