The past 25 years have seen immense development of use of physical and statistical methods in medicine and molecular biology. This trend has not deteriorated, but rather tends to enforce itself in an ever mightier form. Currently, it is not possible to imagine a scientific research in medicine and molecular biology without vast employment of very sophisticated devices utilizing a wide array of physical and statistical methods of data processing. On the other hand, there is an endless scope of modern, mostly computerized, mathematical methods. Actually, there has been as though unnoticed rise of a huge „vacuum of unapplied and unrealized mathematical methods for solving problems in medicine and molecular biology, but also in other areas“. Many problems in medicine and molecular biology are solvable through crucially major contribution of the methods outlined. A lot of partial algorithmic problems will have to be yet analyzed in detail so that they become fully reliable. Upon their resolution, it shall be possible (in a historically short period) to construct a software which would enable to solve all of the indicated problems at user level.