3. In every illness, there is a cure Theoretically, as long as a disease can be understood, it can be cured. The key is whether we are able to grasp the truth of the disease and the message it is trying to deliver. Diseases happen under a set of circumstances. To get rid of them, we need to find out what these circumstances are. While diseases manifest in different strains or even mutate, medical practitioners must bear in mind that in every illness, there is a cure. Needless to say, medical practitioners should continuously upgrade themselves and widen their knowledge to achieve this mindset that in every disease, there is a cure.
It takes two to clap. A medical practitioner (albeit his professional medical competency) will still require the co-operation and understanding of their patients in order to reach a conclusive treatment.