MySunrise provides a complete up-to-date information and support tool for patients and their families before, during and after their cancer treatment at their NHS Cancer Centre.
The app is complete with a whole range of digital tools, cancer resources and contact information all specific to your NHS Hospital cancer centre and in some cases cancer type too.
This section provides unique information specifically relevant to the treatments and services provided at your NHS cancer centre including support groups and contact details.
Provides a wealth of information resources and videos on Cancer treatments offered at your centre, including what's involved, side effects, supportive medications and where you need to go for treatment.
This section provides helpful information on side effects that may be experienced whilst on treatment for cancer. Including how to deal with them and when to get in touch with your specialist.
Throughout the pandemic MySunrise has provided up to date advice about service changes and updates to treatments at your cancer centre. It also includes a link to access your video consultation.
One of the most useful sections of the app, this contains a complete directory of who to contact before, during and after treatment at your cancer centre, including a 24hr advice lines where available.
MySunrise has been developed by NHS cancer teams, oncology consultants and nurses working with their patients. We understand cancer treatment and have designed a unique treatment pathway within the app which helps patients to get the best from their treatment at their local centre.
MySunrise now works with many NHS trusts, providing localised cancer info to patients across the UK. We’re looking to partner with Trusts in your region too. Find out more about how we work with providers in your area.MySunrise for Providers