Study of Social-Media Acting as a Catalyst in Changing Health Communication: Study of Cancer Communication
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Long-term therapies and high levels of stress have lasting negative impacts on the self-esteem, familial function, marital role, and quality of life of the women. In this cross-sectional study, 100 Breast Cancer patients who were referred, AIIMS hospital New Delhi India between December 2020 and December 2021 were asked to fill out the data collection forms. According to the findings of this study, only the mean score on the social function component was substantially lower among social media users than among nonusers. Therefore, users of social media are less apprehensive and more inclined to communicate in their society. This paper focusses to analyze social media as an intervention tool towards cancer communication in changing health communication scenario in India.