Corpus ID: 44063573

A Sentiment Analysis of Breast Cancer Treatment Experiences and Healthcare Perceptions Across Twitter

@article{Clark2018ASA,
  title={A Sentiment Analysis of Breast Cancer Treatment Experiences and Healthcare Perceptions Across Twitter},
  author={E. Clark and T. James and Chris A. Jones and Amulya Alapati and Promise Ukandu and C. Danforth and P. Dodds},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2018},
  volume={abs/1805.09959}
}
Background: Social media has the capacity to afford the healthcare industry with valuable feedback from patients who reveal and express their medical decision-making process, as well as self-reported quality of life indicators both during and post treatment. In prior work, [Crannell et. al.], we have studied an active cancer patient population on Twitter and compiled a set of tweets describing their experience with this disease. We refer to these online public testimonies as "Invisible Patient… Expand
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