It is acknowledged that prevention is better than cure, which means that preventing health problems is more beneficial for our health than treating with medicines after contracting a disease. From my perspective, I strongly agree with this statement that the government should invest funds in prevention which can help deter people from getting illnesses.


To begin with, the most important reason why the government should invest budgets to promote clinical prevention strategies for the citizens is that it has cost-effectiveness. To illustrate, in the UK, the authority has to spend 60% of public funding for healthcare on cure and rehabilitation while prevention requires only 5%. Therefore, if the government exerts a greater focus on prevention instead of expensive medications, a plethora of funding can be saved so as to not only address other issues but also support the economic foundation of the country. Additionally, prevention greatly benefits the government by saving a lot on expenditure for health public services. This is because prevention may enable people to alleviate the higher ability to contract a disease by taking the precautionary measures, which can reduce their demands for health public services.


What is more, there is a need for prevention to help humans confront a huge number of fatal diseases with no cure. Particularly, a few years ago, the whole world repelled the Covid-19 pandemic with millions of infected cases and deaths but no more vaccines were invented. However, thanks to complying with the safety guidelines from the government, citizens of numerous countries could curb the level of being afflicted with this novel virus.

Also, prevention boosts the capacity for each patient to control the level of health risks with fewer capital. For example, according to a survey, children with underlying health issues could manage severe factors in their health by avoiding drugs, maintaining weight and doing proper exercises. Consequently, they could increasingly improve their health without the need for more budgets allocated to healthcare treatments.


In conclusion, I certainly believe that the administration should appropriately allocate funds to the healthcare system to save on bills and enable people to stay healthy.

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[ 4] Also, prevention boosts the capacity for each patient to control the level of health risks with fewer capital. For example, according to a survey, children with underlying health issues could manage severe factors in their health by avoiding drugs, maintaining weight and doing proper exercises. Consequently, they could increasingly improve their health without the need for more budgets allocated to healthcare treatments.

In conclusion, I certainly believe that the administration should appropriately allocate funds to the healthcare system to spending more money on prevention saves a lot of public money on bills and enables people to stay healthy.

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[ 1]: That kills the whole discussion!

[ 2]: The topic sentence of a body paragraph should be straightforward and concise.

[ 3]: Do not make up fake examples.

[ 4]: I have no idea what that paragraph is supposed to do. It seems to be repetitive at best.