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Important initiative for integrative medicine
supported by FEMTEC and WHO CC
Milan University - May 5, 2022

with sponsorship of the Italian Ministry of Health and other medical Institutions (International Academy of Physiological Regulating Medicine - PRM) (unconditionated sponsor - GUNA - Italy)

Achievements in medicine have prolonged life expectancy, defeated a number of disease and produced numerous therapeutic successes, designing new scenarios for the treatment of conditions considered incurable up to a recent past.

Today, this approach is no longer sufficient and sustainable. Modern medicine must also ensure that the human being persists in a condition of health and well-being, while preserving national health systems, and limiting the social and health costs.

An example of the ne0130.jpgw strategies for Balneology in the Changeing Societies!

Achievements in medicine have prolonged life expectancy, defeated a great deal of disease and produced numerous successes therapeutic, designing new scenarios for the treatment of conditions considered incurable up to a recent past. Today, this approach is no longer sufficient and is no longer sustainable. Modern medicine must also - and above all - to ensure that the human being persists in a condition of health and well-being, while preserving national health systems, e possibly by consequently limiting the social and health expenditure.

This is the message launched by 21 experts, university professors from various medical faculties Italians, who met last May 5 on the occasion of conference entitled "Systems medicine - models of integration in clinical practice and new therapeutic solutions".

Press Relaease

Milan declaration 2022 - EN

Milan declaration 2022 - IT

Abstracts



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Important initiative for integrative medicine
supported by FEMTEC and WHO CC
Milan University - May 5, 2022

with sponsorship of the Italian Ministry of Health and other medical Institutions (International Academy of Physiological Regulating Medicine - PRM) (unconditionated sponsor - GUNA - Italy)

Achievements in medicine have prolonged life expectancy, defeated a number of disease and produced numerous therapeutic successes, designing new scenarios for the treatment of conditions considered incurable up to a recent past.

Today, this approach is no longer sufficient and sustainable. Modern medicine must also ensure that the human being persists in a condition of health and well-being, while preserving national health systems, and limiting the social and health costs.

An example of the ne0130.jpgw strategies for Balneology in the Changeing Societies!

Achievements in medicine have prolonged life expectancy, defeated a great deal of disease and produced numerous successes therapeutic, designing new scenarios for the treatment of conditions considered incurable up to a recent past. Today, this approach is no longer sufficient and is no longer sustainable. Modern medicine must also - and above all - to ensure that the human being persists in a condition of health and well-being, while preserving national health systems, e possibly by consequently limiting the social and health expenditure.

This is the message launched by 21 experts, university professors from various medical faculties Italians, who met last May 5 on the occasion of conference entitled "Systems medicine - models of integration in clinical practice and new therapeutic solutions".

Press Relaease

Milan declaration 2022 - EN

Milan declaration 2022 - IT

Abstracts



BACK TO MAIN PAGE






Important initiative for integrative medicine
supported by FEMTEC and WHO CC
Milan University - May 5, 2022

with sponsorship of the Italian Ministry of Health and other medical Institutions (International Academy of Physiological Regulating Medicine - PRM) (unconditionated sponsor - GUNA - Italy)

Achievements in medicine have prolonged life expectancy, defeated a number of disease and produced numerous therapeutic successes, designing new scenarios for the treatment of conditions considered incurable up to a recent past.

Today, this approach is no longer sufficient and sustainable. Modern medicine must also ensure that the human being persists in a condition of health and well-being, while preserving national health systems, and limiting the social and health costs.

An example of the ne0130.jpgw strategies for Balneology in the Changeing Societies!

Achievements in medicine have prolonged life expectancy, defeated a great deal of disease and produced numerous successes therapeutic, designing new scenarios for the treatment of conditions considered incurable up to a recent past. Today, this approach is no longer sufficient and is no longer sustainable. Modern medicine must also - and above all - to ensure that the human being persists in a condition of health and well-being, while preserving national health systems, e possibly by consequently limiting the social and health expenditure.

This is the message launched by 21 experts, university professors from various medical faculties Italians, who met last May 5 on the occasion of conference entitled "Systems medicine - models of integration in clinical practice and new therapeutic solutions".

Press Relaease

Milan declaration 2022 - EN

Milan declaration 2022 - IT

Abstracts



BACK TO MAIN PAGE






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