Iranian scientists have managed to find a new method for treatment of neuroblastoma (NB) cancer, which is based on killing a significant number of cancer cells.
Two babies have been born and a brain surgery performed in the Iranian Army’s makeshift hospitals in Kermanshah province since Sunday night when a magnitude 7.3 earthquake hit the country’s western areas.
Dozens of people in various Iranian cities, particularly Tehran and Shiraz, have queued up to donate their blood for those injured in the Sunday night’s earthquake.
The donation of a brain-dead woman’s organs in the northeastern Iranian city of Mashhad have saved the lives of at least five patients in critical conditions.
Iran-Uganda Medical Centre, a 50-bed hospital funded by the Islamic Republic of Iran, was inaugurated in the African state's capital city of Kampala.
Iranian researchers have developed a nanomedicine which can be used to cure cancer cells and genetic diseases.
Iran’s ambassador to London says a major British company has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Iran to finance the construction of a network of cancer centres in the Islamic Republic.
The seventh festival of sports competitions for mental health treatment and rehabilitation centres was recently held in the Iranian capital of Tehran.
Neurosurgeons in Iran are using a modern locally-developed neuronavigation system which measures up to international standards.
Secretary of the Iranian Hypnotherapy Association says the second case of hypnobirthing in Iran has taken place at Bentolhoda Hospital in Mashhad.