Free medicine worldwide

Creative Society

In the Creative Society, human life is the highest value. All society, all spheres of life are reoriented toward its preservation and improvement. Under such conditions, no one earns money on human problems and troubles – help is provided for free!

The revolution in the improvement of health and accessibility of free medicine to every person on the planet is achieved not by increasing the cost of its financing, but by:

  • replacing the therapeutic approach with preventive and prophylactic care;
  • introducing a unified worldwide system for monitoring and managing a person’s medical history;
  • the use of new technologies for both treatment and diagnostics;
  • comprehensive treatment of the whole body rather than individual organs;
  • use of only those medications that are effective and have no side effects;
  • availability of knowledge and openness of information;
  • persuasion of medicine.

Medicine becomes accessible

In a Creative Society, you don’t have to pay for a doctor’s consultation or a prescription, because you are aware of new methods and technologies for preventing and treating illness. All information is publicly available on the Internet and on radio and television programs directly from expert doctors or their teams. You are not self-medicating: The information that you previously paid your doctor for becomes publicly available.

Now, in a consumer society, doctors are forced to prescribe treatment according to existing guidelines. Often they are reduced to collecting information about your health condition in the form of tests and complaints, making a diagnosis and prescribing a treatment prescribed by the instructions. Think back to your experience with doctors. When you go with a problem for the first time, you only get a list of tests you need to take, with which you later come to the doctor for a diagnosis. And in some cases, a person does not even know which specialist to turn to with his problem, wandering from one to another. Much of this medical work can be automated, which can significantly reduce your time and effort.

It is enough to develop a program, available to everyone on the official website of the Ministry of Health, with the help of which a person can answer questions, stating his complaints. The computer will determine the profile of the doctor who can help you, offer a list of tests necessary for diagnosis, and also the opportunity to choose the time, place and method of taking them. The artificial intelligence will also be able to offer you a treatment regimen according to the laid down algorithms and options for contacting a doctor for its coordination and clarification: online consultation, a personal visit or a house visit in severe cases.

It couldn’t be simpler

At any time of the day or night, anywhere in the world, everyone should be able to seek medical help. An alternative to visiting traditional clinics should be methods that allow immediate assistance, such as online consultations, for example. Surely you have had to turn to an online consultant when choosing goods on the Internet. Likewise, you will be able to contact your doctor, who will prescribe your treatment, instantly enter it into your electronic medical history and issue an online prescription for medication that will be delivered to your home if you need bed rest. If you do not need to be hospitalized, you will be contacted regularly to monitor and adjust your treatment until your medical history is closed by mutual agreement of doctor and patient.

Reminder: in the Creative Society, all medical care, including diagnosis and medications, will be free!

Finally, a unified system

Today, in the twenty-first century, we still have not come to a unified system of medical care. Different countries have different standards for tests and diagnoses, the same drugs are called differently, but people are the same! Even in the same country, in the same city in different laboratories you will be offered different general blood tests. The doctor who prescribes the tests usually immediately recommends the laboratory in which they should be taken, also because another laboratory may not understand what is required of them. Forced referrals to paid doctors and laboratories result in the accumulation of many documents with which a person continues his or her treatment and visits another doctor.

In a Creative Society, all of these problems are solved by unification and the creation of a unified system. A unified worldwide online system of observation and medical history management allows you to go to any specialist anywhere in the world. You don’t need any policy or insurance to do this! The fact that you are human is enough, and no proof is required. Thanks to a unified system, your doctor can quickly see all of your test results, any diseases you have had, and any medications you are taking. This will allow you to make an accurate diagnosis and prescribe an effective treatment, even if the person can’t remember something or is unconscious. This system will avoid the use of medications that are contraindicated to the person during an emergency or during resuscitation.

Meds that heal

In today’s consumer society, doctors and pharmacists justify the huge list of side effects described in drug summaries with the fact that the manufacturer has meticulously conducted research and honestly described everything he recorded. At the same time, drugs with a small list of side effects are often criticized for unfair research.

The evidence-based approach in modern medicine has led to:

  • cheaper analogs traditionally used for treatment are criticized, face licensing problems and gradually disappear;
  • people are being recommended more expensive drugs with the same active ingredient because they are considered more studied;
  • a huge list of side effects is positioned as the equivalent of the manufacturer’s honesty and is the basis for prescribing additional drugs that offset the detrimental effects of the drug on other tissues and organs.

And how many scandalous studies have recognized as dangerous drugs that are widely used in medicine based on previous evidence of their effectiveness!

In a Creative Society, such an approach is out of the question. A medicine should be called something that cures, not harms. All medications that are not proven to be effective must not leave the laboratory. Even drugs that are useless for human health and designed for placebo effect will no longer be called a drug. They are already dangerous because during their administration precious time will be lost, during which the disease may progress.

The field of pharmaceutics should leave private hands and belong to the society itself. Then manipulation and speculation on people’s health will be eliminated.

It is easier to prevent than to cure

In modern medicine, doctors operate with the term “disease” and struggle to eliminate it. However, there is a vast gulf between illness and health. Disease does not appear all of a sudden, it slowly develops as a deviation from the normal state of health. Any disease is easier to prevent than to treat.

In the Creative society, medicine should focus on human health, its maintenance and correction. New technologies will help us in this.

Using New Technology

“The FDA magazine reports that “the list of planned and under development medical devices reads like a science fiction novel… Imagine a toothbrush with a biosensor chip that checks blood sugar levels and bacteria while you brush your teeth; computerized glasses with tiny built-in displays that help you remember people and things; a smart bandage that can detect bacteria or viruses in wounds and tell its user whether and which antibiotic to use.

Also on the list is a “smart T-shirt” that “monitored vital signs in climbers who climbed Mount Everest,” and a device that allows disabled people to control mechanisms by moving their eyelids or through brain activity.

“Imagine a home CT scanner in your bathroom. Automated urine analysis every time you flush the toilet cistern. A computerized prediction of life expectancy after every meal,” joins the New York Times Magazine in listing these wonders.”

Excerpt from Alvin Toffler’s Revolutionary Wealth (2006)

The above are only technologies that might be available today. In today’s consumer society, such developments have been artificially inhibited or even shut down for several reasons. On the one hand, they would deprive those who are used to making money from human diseases of a decent income – healthy people would not make such a profit – and on the other hand, many people involved today in medicine and the pharmaceutical business would be out of work. The mass protests of the hungry and disadvantaged are of no use to anyone.

In a Creative Society, values will be reoriented toward the individual and the possibility of an unprecedented development of technologies that will improve and protect his health will be realized. Everyone will have the opportunity to have their health diagnosed and corrected literally at home. Health checks and disease prevention will be instant, daily and as common and habitual as taking a shower, for example.

A person is not a collection of organs

Modern medicine has “dismembered” the human being into organs and tissues, placing the responsibility for treating each of them on a separate specialist physician. Certainly, a person is composed of organs, but to go further, each organ is composed of cells, cells are composed of atoms, etc.

Constructive medicine views the human being as a complex organism, taking into account the complexity of the interaction of all of its organs. It is unacceptable to treat one thing while damaging another!

The second feature of creative medicine is nanotechnology, which allows us to literally “repair” the human body. With this approach, correction is done at the level of microparticles. These are not even cells or atoms that make up the entire human body, but a much smaller value! This treatment is easier, faster, more effective and completely painless for the person.

Instead of surgical removal of organs and tissues or implantation of implants, it is possible to “format” malfunctioning cells at the level of microparticles – neutrinos entering them. The advantage of this method is that the correction is done while the organ is working, allowing to see and eliminate the failure in its functioning. The effect lasts for milliseconds. Subsequently, the natural self-repair of the cells takes place. There is even no need in anesthesia for such correction: it is enough to block some nerve impulses for a short time.

Correction of the organism on the level of microparticles opens new opportunities for mankind:

  • painless and rapid recovery of the entire body;
  • changing the shape of the body and face, i.e. correction of the appearance without surgical intervention, which is what plastic surgeons and cosmetologists do now (liposuction);
  • prolongation of human life due to prolongation of organs and tissues “service life” – possibility of keeping health and body state at any level for a long time at any age;
  • modifying the body at the DNA level allows us to introduce new properties and qualities, such as making the body stronger and more enduring.
  • In the Creative Society, in the absence of power and elites, such medical possibilities are available to everyone.

Safe Environment

The Creative Society will improve the quality of food and ensure the safety of fertilizers, water and food through food standards and enforcement. No surrogates in food! No harmful materials in clothing, furniture, household chemicals and utensils! No more scrutinizing food labels in stores. Anything that poses even the slightest threat to a person’s life cannot go on the counter.

It’s much easier to stay healthy in this environment!

No pandemics

Thanks to the unified health care system, pandemics are eliminated in a Creative Society. Every doctor who encounters something unknown to him immediately isolates the patient and signals the problem to the single Internet platform, asking for consultations from his colleagues and providing the results of his tests and additional biomaterial for study. Various specialists from all over the world are promptly involved. The cause of the disease is determined. The virus is localized. Its spread is stopped at the very first stage.

In parallel, the emergency services identify all contractors and potential carriers of the disease.

A well-functioning and coordinated international action of all services allows a rapid containment of the spread of the disease.

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