[grid w=narrow] Modern medicine suggests us a lot of different innovations and solutions from most of serious diseases.
But still, we have enough cases when everything is far too complicated or has too many contradictions: cancer, euthanasia, difficult cases of disability, birth defects, mental illnesses, and, unfortunately, the list goes on and on.
For example, most patients will experience at least one diagnostic error in their lifetime, according to the AHRQ-sponsored report, Improving Diagnosis in Health Care, published by the Institute of Medicine (now the National Academy of Medicine) in 2015.
These errors occur in all settings of care, contribute to about 10 percent of patient deaths, and are the primary reason for medical liability claims.
The level of health among the population is a significant factor predetermining the development of the entire nation.