Attune Ensemble™ OTC, the first app of its kind aimed at improving the well-being of people with cancer, is now freely available in Spanish

San Francisco Jun 09 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Blue Note Therapeutics today announced plans to provide Spanish-speaking patients with instant access to a new application, attune ensemble™ OTCIt aims, in particular, to improve the well-being of people with cancer. The Wellness app is the first digital therapy of its kind designed to help patients deal with the emotional symptoms of cancer, such as stress. To view OTC’s harmony In Spanish Outlines Blue Note’s commitment to providing access to all patients for targeted support to reduce the burden of cancer and improve their quality of life.

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People interested in learning more about it OTC’s harmony They can visit or call (415) 200-3697 to speak with a bilingual patient services representative.

Daniel J. said: Garza, anal cancer patient advocate and patient advisor for Blue Note Therapeutics. “Providing a free therapy app in Spanish will help fill a huge need for Spanish-speaking cancer patients, a community that is often overlooked.”

“I am proud to work at Blue Note Therapeutics because they understand the importance of providing health support to the Spanish speaking communities of which I am a part. Attune OTC Helps understand and apply strategies to reduce the mental and emotional burden of people dealing with cancer. remarkably OTC’s harmony It identifies the importance of family and friend support systems, and provides insights into how to build stronger bonds with those close to patients,” said Sam Harrow, Product Development and Design Quality Engineer, Blue Note Therapeutics “Contributing to this work and developing a new digital tool that will support Spanish-speaking cancer patients has been an honor.” “.

Attune OTC Cognitive Behavioral Stress Management (CBSM) is applied to teach relaxation and coping skills specifically to address the unique challenges of cancer. In addition, it can be used at any stage of the disease, from diagnosis to survival. The app is available through the Public Health Emergencies and is a supplement to regular care.

“We are thrilled to offer a new tool to support the holistic wellness of Spanish-speaking cancer patients,” said Jeffrey Esch, CEO of Blue Note Therapeutics. “Attune OTC It will be offered for free and is the first application of its kind. This is an extraordinary achievement in our effort to expand patients’ access to cancer mental health care; We can now welcome more members of our Hispanic, Caribbean and Latin American communities.”

English-speaking patients can visit to learn more about potential opportunities and support for managing emotional symptoms caused by cancer.

Want to learn more about it? Join Blue Note Therapeutics on July 13 To participate in an interesting panel discussion with Spanish-speaking doctors and patients. The webinar “Meeting the Mental Health Needs of Cancer Patients in Spanish Speaking Communities” will be held in Spanish. For more information and to register, visit

Information about the emotional effects of cancer

Today, there are 18 million cancer patients and survivors in the United States.1 Nearly half of cancer patients experience psychosocial distress, anxiety, or depression.two Left untreated, these moods can reduce a cancer survivor’s quality of life and can negatively affect survival.3 The National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) has developed guidelines for providing mental health care services to patients with cancer, including screening patients for signs of distress and implementing a treatment plan to address these needs with a mental health professional.4 Unfortunately, less than half of patients who experience cancer-related distress, which can be defined as any unpleasant mood, emotion, or experience that affects a patient’s quality of life or ability to cope with cancer diagnosis and treatment, are referred to mental health professionals.5.6 Prescribing digital therapies designed to treat cancer-related distress may help fill this gap in cancer treatment.

About Blue Note Therapeutics

Blue Note Therapeutics is a digital prescription therapy company dedicated specifically to serving patients with cancer. Our goal is to make treatment available to everyone with cancer at any time by combining deep scientific and clinical expertise, neuroscience and digital innovation. By working closely with cancer research and patient communities, we are developing a series of digital prescription therapies to help reduce anxiety, depression, and other forms of cancer-related distress. For more information, visit


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two Mehnert A, Hartung TJ, Friedrich M, et al. One in two cancer patients has significant distress: prevalence and indicators of distress. psychology. 2018; 27: 75-82.

3 Wang, Y. H., Li, J. Q., Shi, J. F., Que, J. Y., Liu, J. J., Lappin, J. M., … & Bao, Y. P. (2020). Depression and anxiety in relation to cancer incidence and mortality: a systematic review and meta-analysis of cohort studies Molecular Psychiatry, 25(7) 1487–1499.

4 National Comprehensive Cancer Network. Management of Distress, Version 3.2019, NCCN Clinical Practice Guidelines in Oncology.

5 OncoLink. What is the distress associated with cancer?

6 American Cancer Society. Facts and figures on cancer treatment and survival 2019-2021. Facts and Figures 2019-2021.pdf.

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