To find your treatment, we can use a cause, but know the cause is not necessary. The most invasive medical techniques rely on laboratory identification of the cause of problems. One problem by removing one cause, they tend to remove much more that you need to stay healthy. The cure is worse than the disease. Recently research has made narrower identification of, for example, antibiotics so they don’t kill the bacteria that you need along with the bacteria that you don’t need. This is not always effective, especially when your problems arise from multiple causes. Also, one of the most difficult causes is simply the susceptibility to a cause, for example, a pathogen. Modern science has certainly not identified every cause for problems and as implied above, the “cure” based on single causes can lead to deeper problems.