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Critical Overview and Premises of Health Care Systems within Different Social Paradigms: From the Real Causes of the Crisis in the Healthcare System and the Austrian Model to the Truth about Cancer

Objective: To indicate the real causes of the crisis in the health sector. Once indicating and understanding them, it introduces a political and philosophical approach in order to overcome them. It considers both systems: public and private in relation to different social paradigms and contemplates on the best one. In addition, it considers the premises of administrative knowledge in relation to every system and social paradigm. As a case study, is being considered the Austrian model - not because it is sufficient but because it is necessary in a world of miseducation, mismanagement and cyber war. It follows up by introducing one of our major diseases: cancer. It shows the nature of it by understanding better the nature of our cells and our body, in relation to our food, nature and the universe, and how it could be cured, by considering some recent approaches and developments in the field. Methodology: Power, ontology and factology (i.e., facts). Results: Beyond the actual once they may be accrued once the topic has been understood and adopted appropriately. Conclusion: They are being summarised at the end of each section.


Ylli Përmeti

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