- With our guided structures and questions.
Check in with your self.
- Track your symptoms!
- It's your medical companion. For all your many hospital visits.
- Capture the suffering & beauty of this journey.
Plan!With our guided structures and questions.
Check in with your self.Track your symptoms!
Your companionIt's your medical companion. For all your many hospital visits.
Journal!Capture the suffering & beauty of this journey.
For cancer patients, caregivers and survivors. This all-in-one tool helps you stay organized during this overwhelming journey.
This planner helps patients & caregivers to make decisions about treatment options, track & manage symptoms, stay organized, and mindfully check-in with your emotions.
Take this planner to all your medical appointments to keep track of what your doc said!
Patients & CAREGIVERS LOVE MANTA PLANNER!
This planner gave me back control during the most overwhelming moments of my life.
Patient Advocate, Bay Area Hospital
We've tried making this for our own patients for the last 8 years. It's one of the most thoughtful, well-executed patient tools that I believe will revolutionize patient care.
Sunil, father of a patient with cancer
It's comprehensive, structured book that helps you make decisions on the treatment. It helps you document the various opinions from doctors, with the medications, and any subsequent changes in the treatment.
It's one of the most thoughtful gifts I received during my cancer care. This diary has become a part of my daily rituals.
YOUR CANCER COMPANION!
Why I made Manta Planner?
Based on Science
Tracking leads to better outcomes!
Manta Planner is based on science. We know from Dr. Ethan Basch's work that those who track symptoms tend to have better outcomes. We know from behavioral science that being organized and systematic leads to feelings of control. From BJ Fogg's work we know that subtle nudges can help us learn new behaviors (e.g., not eating certain types of foods). Lastly, we know that staying grateful and hopeful can improve our ability to ride this cancer train.