PPPM (Predictive, Preventive and Personalized Medicine) as a new model of the National and International Healthcare Services and thus a promising strategy to prevent a disease: From basics to practice.

July 15, 2014 By:
  • Sadkovsky I
  • Golubnitschaja O
  • Mandrik M
  • Studneva M
  • Abe H
  • Schroeder H
  • Antonova E
  • Betsou F
  • Bodrova T
  • Payne K.

Nowadays the system of public health is constructed in such a manner so that its main objective is the recovery of an already sick person, while prediction and prevention receive little attention. Meanwhile the development of these aspects of medicine can lead to the ability to control morbidity among the population, to identify chronic and genetic diseases in the early stages of development, and thus to prevent their further progression. This will reduce traditionally high costs of sick people treatment and the number of disabled population, and improve the quality and duration of life. The elaboration of new fields of science that are working on the study and interpretation of data obtained during laboratory and clinical research, creation of new methods for diagnosis, prognosis and treatment, provides an opportunity now to implement a new strategy, called PPPM, and gets promising results, which should lead to further development of an existing medicine.

2014 Jul. Int J Clin Med.5(14):855-870.
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