The First International Red Ribbon Festival to raise awareness on HIV/AIDS is underway at Tehran’s Mellat Cinemaplex Gallery.
Iran’s representative to the UN said on June 10 that the Islamic Republic has adopted a national strategy designed to end its AIDS epidemic by 2030.
Head of Arvand Free Zone Health Office said that a German investor group has expressed readiness to participate in building and equipping a hospital under the coverage of Abadan University of Medical Science.
Professor Mohammad Ali Molavi, the father of Iran’s science of genetics, passed away at 95 on Sunday May 5.
Iran’s Health Ministry is committed to building 131 cancer diagnostic centres in 13 cities across the country, the ministry’s spokesman said.
A ceremony on World No Tobacco Day began on Monday May 31 at Iran's Ministry of Health and Medical Education.
Social emergency centres have been established across 190 cities, said Habibollah Masoudi-Farid, the deputy head of the State Welfare Organization (SWO).
A group of 40 Iranian physicians, nurses, and social activists living and studying abroad has recently launched an educational website (under a project named Ctrl+S) which provides information to Iranians in preventing and controlling sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and infections.
Austrian students will come to Iran in the next few weeks to learn about traditional medical practices at Tehran University of Medical Sciences, an official at the Traditional Medicine Faculty of the Ministry of Health said on Sunday May 29.
Navid Nejatbakhsh, the chair of an Iranian knowledge-based company, announced that an Iranian radiotherapy or linear accelerator (LINAC) machine to treat malignant tumours is going to be released within three months.