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Development of a mediation strategy for negative health determinants

Pham, Tuyet Nhung

Prof. Gert Trauernicht
Prof. Dr. Fabian Hemmert

Semester

22/23
Master

Contact tunhungpham@gmail.com

For cancer patients, nutrition matters a lot, as malnutrition and eating disorders are common negative side effects. Affected people often don't have access to qualified nutrition experts or are unable to afford counselling. The Ani app tracks and shares information about nutrition, symptoms and health so that experts in the field of Nutritional Therapy and Oncology can better understand the disease progression of the patient and respond at an early stage to any signs of malnutrition. Ani provides individual nutritional recommendations and relief from symptoms, and enables the efficient management and sharing of health data, including organising appointments, medical records and lab results. The app helps cancer patients in their daily management of the disease, but it does not replace medical treatment or nutritional counselling, rather it works closely with them and functions as a smart therapeutic accompaniment for cancer patients.

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