Dehumanization of care is frequently brought on by advancements in cancer treatment, automation of care, time restriction, and fragmentation of the labour process due to institutional requirements. The emotional needs of patients, families, and healthcare personnel may have been put on the back burner despite the fact that it is undeniable that these treatments dramatically improved oncology outcomes. Therefore, providing care with a human touch can aid in reducing the anxiety that comes with receiving a cancer diagnosis and in enhancing patient outcomes. The increased patient expectations of recovery, accountability, control over their own health, contentment, safer care, patient happiness, and healthcare worker resilience those results from this compassionate and respectful approach to patient’s saves time and money. The humanization of care has developed in response to patients' and their families' concerns and requirements that go beyond their biological needs.