"Prevention is better than cure". Researching and treating diseases is too costly so it would be better to invest in preventive measures. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this statement?

"Prevention is better than cure". I somewhat disagree with the aforementioned notion in view of there are
in such a manner as could not be otherwise
diseases in our life to treat at all the time and the money spent on
systematic investigation to establish facts
and development of diseases will probably bring in effective heath protection methods. In the
place, prevention is not always able to permanently stop illness. Wary as we are, we, once in our life,
fall ill.
obey obey
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obey, obey
our parents to bundle up, to turn off the fan, we eventually get a cold somehow. We are in an effort to avoid smoking and keep away from the
smoke, but, with the ever-increasing air pollution, we may get lung cancer. Prevention can provide us a healthy life with less
illness but
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illness, but
, anyway, it
can not
can not
invariably ensure a disease-free world. It is an undeniable fact that researching and developing medicines
a vital role in reducing and stopping illness. Ailments are solely treated easily when we clearly catch on their causes. Many scientists have been working on some characteristic ailments like, to take one example, heart attack and,
, some effective ways to avoid it have been discovered,
for instance
, working out frequently, going on a healthy diet, avoiding being shocked.
As a result
heart attack
the heart attack
earlier in time; previously
time was apparently
used of a single unit or thing; not two or more
of the most perilous ailments, which killed many unlucky people, but it is no longer as dangerous as it used to be. The amount of money spent on researching and developing medicines might be a lot,
, it can lead to the discovery of many new efficient treating and preventing methods In brief, prevention is not always a good way to keep people safe from ailments. We should invest more into researching and developing medicines for
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Include an introduction and conclusion

A conclusion is essential for IELTS writing task 2. It is more important than most people realise. You will be penalised for missing a conclusion in your IELTS essay.

The easiest paragraph to write in an essay is the conclusion paragraph. This is because the paragraph mostly contains information that has already been presented in the essay – it is just the repetition of some information written in the introduction paragraph and supporting paragraphs.

The conclusion paragraph only has 3 sentences:

  • Summary
  • Restatement of thesis
  • Prediction or recommendation


To summarize, a robotic teacher does not have the necessary disciple to properly give instructions to students and actually works to retard the ability of a student to comprehend new lessons. Therefore, it is clear that the idea of running a classroom completely by a machine cannot be supported. After thorough analysis on this subject, it is predicted that the adverse effects of the debate over technology-driven teaching will always be greater than the positive effects, and because of this, classroom teachers will never be substituted for technology.

Start your conclusion with a linking phrase. Here are some examples:

  • In conclusion
  • To conclude
  • To summarize
  • Finally
  • In a nutshell
  • In general

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Topic Vocabulary:
  • proactive
  • preventive measures
  • lifestyle diseases
  • public health
  • healthcare expenditure
  • cost-effective
  • chronic conditions
  • early detection
  • immunization
  • health promotion
  • risk factors
  • non-communicable diseases
  • disease surveillance
  • preventive diagnostics
  • health literacy
  • universal healthcare
  • primary prevention
  • secondary prevention
  • tertiary prevention
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