Tired of Cancer's Untire app helps
cancer patients & survivors cope
with extreme fatigue

Get grip on your fatigue and gain more energy.

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Discover the unique Tired of Cancer's Untire App

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Millions of cancer patients and survivors worldwide suffer from extreme fatigue. They feel so tired that it affects all aspects of their lives. They often feel stressed and depressed as well.

Sounds familiar? Tired of Cancer’s Untire App helps you cope with your fatigue. The app contains a program that will help you understand your fatigue and will give you tips and exercises to work on your energy level. These tips and exercises are based on proven methods in the clinical practice. The app addresses eight important themes: anxiety, worry, boundaries, sleep, nutrition, selfcare, activity and of course, fatigue.

  • Work with the app at your own pace
  • Track your progress through quick scans
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Discover the Program

Tip of the day
Nice tips for a healthy
and happy life

My exercises
Enjoy a variety of stress
reduction exercises

My physical activity
Get insight in balancing and
increasing your energy level

My themes
Learn about dealing with anxiety,
boundaries, stress, sleep problems
and other relevant issues

Discover the Program

Tired of Cancer program for today

Tip of the day
Nice tips for a healthy and happy life

My exercises
Enjoy a variety of stress reduction exercises

My physical activity
Get insight in balancing and increasing your energy level

My themes
Learn about dealing with anxiety, boundaries, stress, sleep problems and other relevant issues

Co-funded by the Horizon 2020 programme of the European Union    This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020
research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 756641.

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Co-funded by the Horizon 2020 programme of the European Union This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 756641.