The deeper we probe, the more we realize we do not know. Brain disease remains elusive, the sources of cancer are still a mystery, and better cures for cardiac dysfunction are undiscovered. Our understanding of how genetics truly impacts various disease states is akin to how quantum mechanics controls subatomic particles: we simply do not fully grasp the depths of medicine.
Yet, this is a source of inspiration, pushing the biomedical community to work in unison to usher in the next generation of clinical interventions that can treat and cure the patients of tomorrow. We are not intimated by what we don't know, but rather energetically curious to learn what we ought to know. We do not fear the medical landscape which remains undiscovered, but rather build trails of certainty through collaborative scientific exploration.