Hybrid Medicine: Bridging the Gap between Tradition and Innovation in Healing

Hybrid Medicine: Bridging the Gap between Tradition and Innovation in Healing

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  • Saira Afzal
  • Ramsha Mushtaq Khan
  • Muaz Saleem

Abstract

Medicine stands at the cusp of a monumental scientific revolution that promises to funda-mentally transform its entire practice. Breakthrough technologies like artificial intelligence, 3D bio-printing, advanced robotics, nanotechnology, and genomic medicine are converging to enable a future where diseases are predicted and prevented, treatments are ultra-personalized, and healing is precise, participatory, and data-driven(1). As these exponential changes accelerate, medicine will integrate with technology physically and digitally, augmenting human capabilities and pushing thera-peutic boundaries. However, thoughtfully governing such disruptive innovations remains critical to ensure they benefit humanity.

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2023-08-02 — Updated on 2023-08-29

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Afzal, S., Khan, R. M., & Saleem, M. (2023). Hybrid Medicine: Bridging the Gap between Tradition and Innovation in Healing. Journal of Society of Prevention, Advocacy and Research KEMU, 2(3), 91–92. Retrieved from https://journalofspark.com/journal/index.php/JSpark/article/view/166 (Original work published August 2, 2023)

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