Orphan Diseases and public health

As the number of persons suffering from individual rare conditions is small, they don't constitute a significant request for medicine manufacturers to develop the orphan medicine and bring them to the request. For this reason, rare diseases are also called orphan diseases and medicines to treat them are called “orphan medicines”.
The charge of public health has been shortly stated as “The fulfilment of society’s interest in assuring conditions in which people can be healthy”. Public health specialist use a combination of disciplines that include introductory wisdom, clinical exploration, epidemiology, statistics, behavioural exploration, health care services, economics, and policy to identify the primary or secondary causes of health threats and also totally help, alleviate, or suppress these causes in entire world populations. This approach has been extensively successful against contagious conditions.

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