The origin of diseases
Until the mid-19th century, the causes of diseases, not only infectious diseases, were unknown. It was assumed that they were caused by evil spirits or bad blood.
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Along with the discovery of microorganisms as causes of infectious diseases and epidemics another medical breakthrough drew himself, who made clear how many other diseases in the human body develop
Using the microscope, the German physicist Rudolf Virchow (1824-1902), discovered that the human body consists of billions of cells. He also noted that diseases do not only occur in the body or one of the organs take possession, but wrong working cells are the cause of disease.
These millions wrong working cells eventually lead to the development of a serious health problem or disease. In 1858 Virchow published his Cellular Pathology, which for the first time it was explained that the causes of diseases can be found at the level of the cells.
To date, Virchow's Cellular Pathology, the basis of the pathology of all medical schools in the world
Rightly pointed Virchow cells as starting point of a disease
Virchow discovered but not the most common cause of their malfunction, namely, the lack of bio-energy molecules, which are essential for the optimal care of each cell. The solution is simple: vitamins and other important carriers of Cell Bio-energy are not discovered until the first decades of the 20th century, long after the death of Virchow.