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Essay Moderne Mediene

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Essay on The Disadvantages of Modern Medicine

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My grandmother passed away at the age of 98. As she continued to grow older, her body could not function properly anymore without the use of many different medications. She had a pharmacy in her kitchen cabinet. In addition, she encountered numerous surgeries over her lifetime in order to stay alive. As her time started to grow thin, the loveable mother of my mother no longer had the mental capacity to perform everyday tasks, despite the fact that she never suffered from dementia or another brainpower depleting disorder. She had simply outlived her body. I loved my grandmother and valued the time I spent with her, but the question that is raised in my mind is, what is the effect of modern medicine on the overall quality…show more content…

My grandmother passed away at the age of 98. As she continued to grow older, her body could not function properly anymore without the use of many different medications. She had a pharmacy in her kitchen cabinet. In addition, she encountered numerous surgeries over her lifetime in order to stay alive. As her time started to grow thin, the loveable mother of my mother no longer had the mental capacity to perform everyday tasks, despite the fact that she never suffered from dementia or another brainpower depleting disorder. She had simply outlived her body. I loved my grandmother and valued the time I spent with her, but the question that is raised in my mind is, what is the effect of modern medicine on the overall quality of life? Numerous advancements of modern medicine have led to over-the-top extensions of the life expectancy. As a result, the world’s population is multiplying as well as bringing enormous additions to the amount of money spent on health care in the United States. In short, modern medicine is contributing to the unimaginable debt of the United States, in addition to overpopulating the planet. In order to comprehend the problem entirely, first we must observe the effects that healthcare costs have on the economy and American families. The soaring cost and perpetual necessity for health care have led to dramatic increases in debt for a large number of Americans, as well as the nation as a whole. While performing astonishing acts of

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