Iran’s health minister, who is a veteran ophthalmologist, has paid a third bedside visit to a 27-year-old woman who fell victim to an acid attack in Isfahan in late 2014.
In 1985, 30 million people in the world suffered from diabetes. The figure rose to 230 million in 2008. Currently, two people in the world develop diabetes every 10 seconds. Unhealthy diet and incorrect lifestyle have turned diabetes into a serious crisis in the world.
Under a vaccination program that began on January 14, 492,000 children under five years of age will be vaccinated against polio in Iran’s southeastern Sistan and Balouchestan Province.
The family of a 64-year-old retired teacher gave their consent to transplant his body organs after his brain death in southwestern Iran.
A knowledge-based project to produce the drugs required by haemophilic patients is underway thanks to the 3-million-dollar funds provided by Astan Quds Razavi.
Two Iranian scientists have used a metal alloy to successfully develop the first hybrid tissue-engineered heart valve, which can replace the current valves thanks to its durability.
The new cancer-diagnosis sensor developed by Haniyeh Fayazfar is simple, inexpensive and highly sensitive.
No reports of Ebola in Iran do not make health officials complacent.
Iran says experts at the Atomic Energy Organization have built seven new state-of-the-art laser systems to be used in medical procedures.
Low rates of fertility and gross reproduction have become Iran’s demographic challenges; Iran is second among Islamic nations with the lowest fertility rate.