The cob-web of disease, doctors, patients, relatives, community, and violence

In the textbook from the western world, the treatment protocol involves a triangle consisting of a doctor, a patient and a disease. But in a collective society, treatment resembles a cobweb: a doctor, a patient, illness, and a mob consisting of the patient’s relatives, friends, village, suburb. Ironically, no Western textbook or research paper has yet tried to show the interrelationship of the health sector and the anger of the crowd, which is directly proportionate to the vandalism in the community.