E ISSN: 2583-049X

International Journal of Advanced Multidisciplinary Research and Studies

Volume 4, Issue 2, 2024

The Effects of Modernity and Medical Science on the Spread of New Diseases

Author(s): Samin Foroughi

DOI: https://doi.org/10.62225/2583049X.2024.4.2.2630


With the estimated growth of the world population from 3.5 billion people in 1990 to 2.9 billion people in 2050 and 11.2 billion people in 2100, the sharp increase in human needs and globalization and climate change, meeting the future needs with the conditions and it will not be possible with the current resources and man must deal with many problems and problems and provide basic solutions for them [1]. The most important human problems in the future will be in the fields of energy, water, food, environment, poverty, terrorism (war), disease, education, democracy and population, and using modern and new technologies is the only way out of the mentioned problems [2]. Recent advances in medical sciences, including new treatment methods, new drugs, and manufacturing of medical equipment, have played an important role in improving the lives of patients and health systems [3]. Nowadays, pharmaceutical products or new treatment methods have been invented with the aim of strengthening, improving and treating people with special diseases for which there was no cure, which made it possible for these patients to continue living. These factors have caused the health standards not only in developed countries, but also in many developing countries to face significant progress compared to the past [4]. Identifying and investigating emerging technologies in the field of health and dealing with them is one of the important priorities of the health system of the countries that can lead to improved performance and health outcomes. Also, with their help, the widespread spread of new diseases in the world can be prevented [5].

Keywords: Modernity, New Diseases, Medical Science, Therapy, Medicine

Pages: 1112-1115

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