It has been recently revealed in a report that there have been many times where small findings by the scientists has been declared as a breakthrough and due to which, there has been a change in the entire line of treatment for the particular disease or disorder. This throws light on the fact that people are literally deluded by these scientific findings and there is need for the scenario to change.
Dr. Jane L. Delgado, the CEO and President of the National Alliance for Hispanic Health is of the view that the move of promoting gastric bypass surgeries so as to cure diabetes is very negative and wrong thing to do.
People suffering from health issues are ready to do anything possible to be able to benefit their health. This however doesn’t mean that they should be misled in the name of treatment, simply for the promotion of their services.
"People are excited about this ‘cures' because people want a quick and easy answer even when the problem is so complex. The way people are heralding this is ahead of where the research is but behind where the science is going”, he said further. There is need for better research and development for finding actual cures for diseases.
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