Medicine and the gene

Medicine is in a state of crisis, which has several manifestations:
A crisis of caring. A crisis of costs . A crisis of commitment. I believe that the root of this crisis is the theory of medicine according to which disease is caused by gene aberrations.

Medical  treatment of chronic ailments is followed by grave side effects. These are new diseases which did not exist before.  Yet  medicine does not regard them as diseases  which  would threaten its dogma. It  regards  side effects as a unavoidable price of its treatments.

Its current dogma states that diseases are caused by corrupted genes. I intend to show that this theory is refuted by recent discoveries of molecular biology. The false dogma dictates how genetic disease ought to be treated.  This is most pronounced in cancer, in which treatments generate ever new medically induced diseases.