Artificial intelligence is better than specialist doctors at diagnosing lung cancer, a US study suggests.
There is no doubt that technology will play an important role in the healthcare systems of the future. This applies not just in the area of diagnosis, but also in the fields of surgery and prosthetics where technology is beginning to unlock advances that doctors and patients alike could previously only dream of.
When it comes to the prevention and treatment of diseases, however, an accurate diagnosis is no help at all unless the therapies employed directly address the root cause of the patient’s health problem. Significantly, therefore, and as Dr. Rath’s research has shown, the primary cause of today’s most common chronic diseases, including not just cancer but also various forms of cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, arthritis, osteoporosis and other health problems, is a chronic deficiency of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and other specific nutrients. Dr. Rath’s Cellular Medicine approach therefore defines an optimum daily intake of micronutrients as a basic preventative measure for maintaining health, as well as the effective, safe control of many pathological conditions.
To read how the Cellular Medicine approach can be beneficial in lung cancer, read this article on our website.
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