Pearlpoint

Cancer is a scary thing. Confusion about a life-threatening prognosis, overwhelming medical jargon, clinical trials and even maintaining good nutrition — a cancer survivor has a lot to deal with. That's where PearlPoint Cancer Support comes in: they exist to make those who are walking through a journey with cancer a bit more comfortable and confident.

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Our main approach with Pearlpoint's site was simple: take something clinical and cold and make it warm and inviting. We utilized the Pearlpoint team's depth of content and unique knowledge to equip a user with resources, inspiration, and hope.

The site is built on a responsive methodology, ensuring that no matter who a user is—or what device they're using—they get a beautiful, tailored experience. Furthermore, the organization's beautiful new branding provided a rich color palette augmented by photos and stories from real survivors. Pearlpoint reminds a cancer patient that they are not alone.

The impact by the Pearlpoint team goes even further: our teams recently completed the initial build of their portal experience, My Pearlpoint. My Pearlpoint provides a cancer patient with custom, individualized resources to help improve their well-being.

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  • For Health Care Providers

    Cancer patients can learn about their available options, clinical trials, and medical terminology they've heard from their doctor. They can also track their well-being, nutrition and exercise habits, making sure they're always on the right track.

  • Corporate News

    My Pearlpoint aggregates industry-standard cancer research, from ClinicalTrials.gov data to EBSCO Publishing research, and more. My Pearlpoint also breaks this complex data down into understandable concepts for cancer patients to learn from.

  • Cancer News

    Healthcare professionals can manage an account on behalf of their patient, and use the system to track their patient's metrics. They can also find clinical trials and cancer research that may be appropriate for their patients to review.