Published on in Vol 21, No 8 (2019): August

Association Between the Use of a Mobile Health Strategy App and Biological Changes in Breast Cancer Survivors: Prospective Pre-Post Study

Association Between the Use of a Mobile Health Strategy App and Biological Changes in Breast Cancer Survivors: Prospective Pre-Post Study

Association Between the Use of a Mobile Health Strategy App and Biological Changes in Breast Cancer Survivors: Prospective Pre-Post Study

Journals

  1. Parimbelli E, Wilk S, Cornet R, Sniatala P, Sniatala K, Glaser S, Fraterman I, Boekhout A, Ottaviano M, Peleg M. A review of AI and Data Science support for cancer management. Artificial Intelligence in Medicine 2021;117:102111 View
  2. Salas-Groves E, Galyean S, Alcorn M, Childress A. Behavior Change Effectiveness Using Nutrition Apps in People With Chronic Diseases: Scoping Review. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2023;11:e41235 View
  3. Gyawali B, Bowman M, Sharpe I, Jalink M, Srivastava S, Wijeratne D. A systematic review of eHealth technologies for breast cancer supportive care. Cancer Treatment Reviews 2023;114:102519 View
  4. Hu Y, Ning X. Research on the Reconstruction Strategy of Public English Ecological Classroom under the Background of “Internet +”. Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing 2022;2022:1 View
  5. Cai T, Huang Y, Zhang Y, Lu Z, Huang Q, Yuan C. Mobile health applications for the care of patients with breast cancer: A scoping review. International Journal of Nursing Sciences 2021;8(4):470 View