The process of biomimicry also helps the development of the healthcare and medicine sector in the world. The process of mimicking certain processes of Mother Nature allows the mankind to develop new medicines for a certain number of diseases, prepare better medicinal principles and create better ways to inject the medicines into humans. The productions of antibiotics which are responsible for saving the mankind from a huge number of epidemics were created from the process of biomimicry on the fungi. The production of vaccines for various deadly and dangerous diseases was done through the process of biomimicry. The rDNA technology allows the medical professionals to inject a number of required insulin or hormones into humans as a result of the process of biomimicry involving bacteria (Ghahremani, 2012, pp. 255-61).
The process of biomimicry also allows the mankind to create better treatment principles for a number of health conditions and diseases. One of such experimental procedure is the use of the human immuno virus to control leukaemia which is possible due to the process of biomimicry. Another contribution of the process of biomimicry to the healthcare sector is the treatment procedure of homeopathy. In this treatment procedure, the diseases in the human body are countered by the process of aggravating the symptoms, which in turn allows the human body to naturally fight off the dangerous causes of the diseases (Volstad, 2012, pp. 189-99).
Biomimicry is also used to create better and more advanced way to deliver the drugs to the human bodies without any reaction or danger. Nano-particles are used to deliver certain drugs through a route avoiding the hepatic circulation. This allows the medical professionals to have the nano-particles to deliver the drugs into the human body. Another advancement in the healthcare sector due to the usage of the process of biomimicry is the chemotactic drug delivery. This procedure allows the delivery of the drugs in the human body right to the place of action which in turn allows faster results of the medicine (Smith, 2007, pp. 52-55).