A Literature Survey on Data Mining Approach to Effectively Handle Cancer Treatment

 
 
 
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    The effective treatment of cancer is not very easy since diagnosis of cancer involves many stages of treatment with gradually changing lifestyles. Physicians play vital role in identifying the correct cause and feel ambiguity for making perfect decisions about hundreds of data available from the internet resource. IDA (Intelligent Data Analysis) which is a part from Data Mining techniques is quiet useful to most of the physicians for decision making about types of cancers. IDA facilitates physicians to classify, detect and analyze the cancer outcome to patients. Healthcare Management System also aids the practitioners to practically search, analyze and compare the result analysis of the patient with existing data in the HMS and guide proper treatment to the cancer affected patient. Health care data analysis comprises enormous data with diversity of health information. One among the most important points that pull down the practitioner’s confidence is that utility of latest software and most sophisticated computing machines. This put them in to the state of confusion for proper and elegant decision making for treating the cancer affected patients. Problems in user interaction, lack of awareness in data mining, improper knowledge in electronic guidelines makes physicians to work with old methods of treatment. Traditional medical practicing and modern methods of computing do not match either because of ignorance. IDA and HMS have significant impact for cancer treatment with speedy diagnosis and faster recovery. This also shows great impact on costs, clinical outcomes and proper guidelines for clinical approach. The prime motto of this survey article is to analyze the survey application, bring out the importance of comparison strategies of IDA to improve decision making for medical practitioner for effective cancer treatment.

     

     


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    Cancer treatment; Decision making; Healthcare Management Systems (HMS); Intelligent Data Analysis; Medical practitioners.

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Article ID: 10933
 
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v7i2.7.10933




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