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2721 Soc 325 August 24 2001 Health Care in 2050 Fifty years from now where do you see our medical and health care coming from I personally believe that by then we will have a great difficulty staying well With viruses adapting and mutating so that conventional medicines will no longer be effective Our only chance to overcome these new diseases and plagues will be to constantly advance and update our medical technology Be it through technologically advanced computers with chemical and antiboitic pumps which allow you to download remedies straight to a sterile syringe and have and immediate cure or from daily visits from medical doctors to your house or weekly checkups at a clinic I would like to think that by 2050 the miracle drug which cures all will have been invented but that is just wishful thinking So however we combat these evolved germs lets hope its a winning battle The world is evolving and as darwin stressed only the strong shall survive so to stay on top we must stay one step ahead We could start preparing for this now by cutting back on polution At the rate we are going the world will be heavely polluted by teh year 2050 if i viruses and bacteria adapt to live and thrive in this environment which is detromental to us as humans then what chance do we stand The medical feild is always going to need doctors and the way i see it we are only going to need more Its not just the rise in doctors we will need to be able to sustain life but also those scientist researching and constantly learning what techniques and practices which will allow us to still prosper Theres really no way of knowing what the future holds your guess is as good as mine However if we start preparing now we wont regret it later Our world is in a
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