This Tablet Can Help Make Post-Diagnosis Decisions
The SIMBA Decision Aid was created to help breast cancer survivors determine next steps for a check-up plan
Although cancer survivors have much to celebrate, there is a need for more conversation around the aftermath of cancer. Most patients have to make difficult decisions about what kind of check-up plan they want to pursue to monitor their health. In an effort to address this issue, Group Health Research Institute asked the Artefact design team to create a tool called SIMBA. Its purpose is to help breast cancer survivors decide what kind of post-cancer treatments they should pursue.
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