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  1. Lung Cancer Navigator App Aims to Help Patients Understand Disease Oncology Nurse Advisor: LUNGevity, a lung cancer-focused nonprofit organization, has launched a new mobile application designed to help patients with lung cancer better understand their disease and make living with lung cancer less daunting.1 The mobile app, called Lung Cancer Navigator, is a customizable app that provides the latest medical and treatment information related to patients' specific lung cancer diagnosis. In addition, it offers tools for organizing customized care, managing multiple medications, and describing and tracking symptoms. Patients may use the app to input reminders and keep a list of questions for their next doctor visit. http://www.oncologynurseadvisor.com/navigator-notes/mobile-app-provides-assistance-to-lung-cancer-patients/article/631136/
  2. Receiving a diagnosis of cancer leaves most patients numb, afraid, confused and full of questions. Why did this happen? Where do I go for help? What’s next? Katie Brown, VP of Support and Survivorship Programs at LUNGevity, is a cancer survivor and Certified Patient Navigator. https://www.patientpower.info/video/how-a-patient-navigator-can-help-you
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