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Pathology is the study of diseases, their causes, and their effects on the human body. It encompasses a wide range of disciplines, including microbiology, immunology, biochemistry, and genetics, among others. Pathologists use various techniques to examine tissues, blood, and other bodily fluids to diagnose diseases and determine the best treatment options for patients. Pathology is crucial in understanding the underlying mechanisms of diseases and developing effective therapies. It also plays a critical role in public health by identifying and monitoring disease outbreaks, developing vaccines, and conducting research to improve healthcare outcomes. Pathologists work closely with other healthcare professionals, including physicians, nurses, and laboratory technicians, to provide comprehensive and accurate diagnoses for patients.

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“We have to provide compassionately accessible, cost-effective, and qualitative health care to promote individuals’ dynamic health and cure disease with satisfaction.”

A disease-free children’s community has the potential for health, spirituality, and satisfaction with a smile.

  1. Quality management to improve effective treatments as described in the Ayurvedic classics with proper analysis.
  2. Raise awareness among the suffering community to ensure the Ayurvedic way of life concerning the economic growth of individuals.
  3. Standardization of treatment principles for children with global acceptance.
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