The need for hospitals will disappear by 2030

People no longer need specialized areas to provide medical aid by 2030. So say American scientists. They suggest that personalized medicine and nanotechnology in medicine will completely replace traditional approaches in the treatment of many diseases.

Doctors will come to the patients home if necessary. Any deviation can be cured with a special drug that falls when introduced into the body right on target. Now medicine is moving toward this goal.

Special sensors allows to assess the real condition in real time using a smartphone. Information if required, will be supplied to the computer doctor, and he will be able to make appointments remotely.

Surgery โ€“ the one thing that will continue in the future of the hospital. However, organ donation and the blood itself will disappear. In their place will come the biological structures created on three-dimensional printers.

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