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The World Council on Prevention and Sustainable Health (WCPSH) is recognized by World Leaders

The World Council on Prevention and Sustainable Health (WCPSH) is a non-profit organization that is highly regarded by political leaders and economic decision-makers globally, including the G7, G20, and ODCE. Despite this recognition of the importance of health prevention, investment in this area is still lacking, especially in developing countries where only 2-3% of resources are dedicated to prevention.

The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the shortcomings of the current disease management approach and the need for a shift towards preventive solutions. The severity of COVID-19 cases is often worsened by underlying risk factors such as obesity, hypertension, diabetes, and mental illness, making it crucial to control these factors for the sustainability of our global health system. WCPSH is committed to promoting early disease detection, lifestyle changes, improved nutrition and exercise, and increased personal responsibility for one's health, all under medical supervision and with the aid of advanced AI tools.


Investing in preventative healthcare has been shown to not only improve public health outcomes, but also to be a cost-effective way to reduce healthcare spending. Early detection and treatment of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) can help reduce the need for more expensive treatments later on, and multifaceted intervention strategies that begin with prevention and education can help prevent premature death and indirect costs. A primary healthcare approach that emphasizes early detection and timely treatment is crucial for reducing the risk of NCDs.

Additionally, research has shown that investing in preventative healthcare can have a significant impact on reducing healthcare spending. A study by Maciosek (2010) found that the use of clinical preventive care could avert the loss of life per year and save healthcare spending. Another study by Neumann (2009) recommended a focus on high-value preventive care.

Investing in preventative healthcare is not only crucial for improving public health, but also for maximizing resources and preventing health risks for the population. By taking preventative measures, we can help reduce the burden of NCDs and create a healthier, more sustainable future for all.

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