We are living in the age of Instant Gratification, where right from food to groceries to Apparels everything is delivered to us within minutes and few hours. If it’s slow than it’s a Big “NO”.
With changing lifestyle there is also a change in our attitude towards our health.
For many people health has become like any other task which can be manage by popping few pills with or without taking consent of Doctor, irrespective weather it’s a Headache, Stomach-ach, running nose, irritation in throat or running high fever. And not to forget the recovery has to be faster than any other e-com company delivery time. “It’s Now and has to be Right Now”
With advancement in modern medical science by popping few chemically charged pills there is a possibility to achieve the Right here Right Now Result. But do we know what is the Cost that we have to pay for it.
Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is certainly one of the biggest threats facing humanity in the near future. AMR occurs when bacteria, viruses, fungi, or parasites evolve to become resistant to the drugs used to treat them, making infections much harder to treat and increasing the risk of complications and death.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that if we do not take action to address AMR, we could be facing a post-antibiotic era, in which common infections and minor injuries could once again become life-threatening. This could have a devastating impact on public health, as well as on the global economy.
The development of new antibiotics and other antimicrobial drugs has not kept pace with the rise of AMR, and there is a significant risk that we could soon run out of effective treatment options. Therefore, it is crucial that we take immediate action to address AMR, including promoting the responsible use of antibiotics and allowing our body to heal itself by taking its natural time and not hastening the process.
At Viecell we use a multi modulatory approach to treat any underlying disease condition, where cell therapy forms the basis of all treatment protocol.