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Does anyone know of a good iPad app to keep track of things? Need a good app (dreaming) that I can keep track of doc appointments, chemo, how I feel, etc, etc.

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anonymous

Learning About Breast Cancer almost 8 years
 
  • julie s Profile
    anonymous
    Stage 2A Patient
    Chemo calendar is pretty good...
    almost 8 years Comment Flag
  • Lisa W Profile
    anónimo
    Paciente
    Chemo calendar..its free and very easy to use
    almost 8 years Comment Flag
  • vicki e Profile
    anonymous
    Stage 2B Patient
    I like the Sticky Notes app but the free version is limited. It's worth the low cost to purchase the full version.
    almost 8 years Comment Flag
  • cindy stephenson Profile
    anonymous
    Learning About Breast Cancer
    Ichemo diary free app by Merck - graphs ur side effects has notes etc- I used it then showed my dr my graphs etc also used it to ask q at my office visits
    almost 8 years Comment Flag
  • Rita Jo Hayes Profile
    anónimo
    Sobreviviente desde 2009
    I just purchased Note Taker HD. It allows you to either hand write or type on lined paper. The hand writen option allows you to write large while actually going onto the page in normal placement. Hard to explain, but is good for journalling in your own hand writing. I also purchased Open Word. This is an app that is almost identical to micro soft Word. And is compatable with Microsoft word. Good luck.
    almost 8 years Comment Flag
  • Rita Jo Hayes Profile
    anonymous
    Survivor since 2009
    Thanks ladies. I will eventually go down "the path" in the future and will get these two apps. Didn't have my iPad for first round. Have a good day.
    almost 8 years Comment Flag
  • L Parker Profile
    anónimo
    Aprendiendo sobre el cáncer de mama
    Try Patient Journal too.
    almost 8 years Comment Flag
  • Sam Smock Profile
    anónimo
    Paciente
    My cancer manager is good
    about 7 years Comment Flag

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