This is a common misconception. Unfortunately, patients who succumbed to it often come “healed”, with no previously identified concomitant diseases that exacerbate the complexity of the situation. Patients sometimes impermissibly delay travel for treatment, and the chances of recovery become insignificant or they simply do not remain. Practice proves that in many cases, a severe form of the disease could have been avoided if a diagnosis had been made in a timely and accurate manner. This would make it possible to select the necessary treatment, and, therefore, significantly increase the chances of recovery. Recently, people have begun to come more often specifically for a general examination. This helps to identify diseases (if any) in the early stages, to avoid neglected and incurable forms of diseases from this, and, in addition, diagnosis and treatment in the initial form require significantly lower financial costs. The benefits of this approach to your health are comprehensive.