||Although modern medical science has divided itself into various fields to rear specialists for the fields, it should also rear new specialists to grasp the relationship among organs in a human body. In modern medical science, each of the fields has its own authority, and tends not to have a close connection with other fields. Undoubtedly, this prevents modern medical science from finding out the true figure of disease. I hope medical researchers not only to notice something missing about this point, but also to think which is important, getting authority or finding out the fundamental cause of disease.
A human body works as a system, the stability of which originates in the balance among the organs. An organ always functions by cooperating with other organs. In addition, a human body maintains the life on the basis of the stability, which originates in the balance among the organs. This indicates that medical researchers never find out the true mechanisms of a human body without paying attention to the relationship among the organs.
In conclusion, modern medical science needs a new field to unite the existent fields. Even when medical researchers check only an organ closely, they will be unable to find out the mechanisms. That is, unless medical researchers pay attention to the relationship between an organ and other organs, they will hardly be able to find out the true figure of disease. However, modern medical science has already divided itself into many fields. Thus, modern medical science should make a new field that unites the existent fields, and that enables medical researches to grasp easily the relationship among organs in a human body. This new field must be "Theoretical Medicine."