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Medical news and articles from across Iran, exploring various health challenges and developments faced nationally and globally.

Medical Herbs-Shahtareh

Iran Home to 800 Species of Medicinal Herbs

An Iranian environmentalist says a total of 800 species of medicinal plants have been identified in Iran.
Vaccinated

492,000 Kids in Deprived Iranian Province to Be Vaccinated against Polio

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.
Medical Tourism

Iran’s Medical Tourism Revenues Have Doubled in Past Year

Iran’s revenues from medical tourism have seen a more than two-fold increase over the past 12 months, an Iranian official noted.
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Iran and Azerbaijan to Launch Joint Pharmaceutical Plant

Iran and Azerbaijan will establish a joint pharmaceutical plant in a ceremony due to be held on Monday.
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Iran Making $3m Investment in Production of Haemophilia Drug

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.
Organ Donation

Iranian People Giving Consent for Organ Donation in Record-Breaking Numbers

The record of enrolment for post-mortem organ donation cards was broken after the director of Iranian Association of Organ Donation participated in a popular TV show.
Zakariya al-Razi - Book

New Version of Medical Book by Rhazes Found in Austria

Iranian attaché in Austria announced that a Latin version of Kitab Al-Mansuri, a medical book by Muhammad ibn Zakariya al-Razi, the famous Iranian polymath of Middle Age, has been discovered in the European country’s National Library.
Healthcare Food

Foreign Tourists in Iranian Traditional Medicine Centres

Iran intends to present its traditional medicine to the world by founding specialized health centres.
Health Tourism

Iran Has High Potential in Health Tourism: Minister

Iran’s Health Ministry says the country is a well-known medical tourism destination in the Middle East, but its great potentials have yet to be exploited.
Radio Jamming-Satellite

Researchers Prove Radio Jamming Is Harmful

Electromagnetic waves, including those transmitted in satellite jamming, can increase the risk of infertility, immune deficiency, and cancer, according to a study conducted in Shiraz University of Medical Sciences.

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