The Needs For A Ubiquitous Collaborative Communication System Among The Cancer Community

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Supporting the needs and preferences of the cancer community in their learning communication is necessary. As they communicate very frequently among each other. Caregivers communicate with medical practitioners, patients communicate with each other on their progress, and a lot more. Currently they communicate through telephone calls, which incur a lot of expenditure.

This book describes a study that proves the necessity of an online collaborative communication system among the cancer community. Readers will find the content of this book useful in terms of the facts about the cancer community, methods in carrying out this kind of study, and elaborate discussions on the necessity of the online collaborative communication system, which is specially designed for the cancer community and is called the CCS.


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Ariffin Abdul Mutalib



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