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Crimean-Congo Fever under Full Control in Iran: Minister

Iran’s Minister of Health and Medical Education says the Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever (CCHF) is now under control in the country.

Swiss President: “After Visiting Mahak, Altruistic Behaviour is Reflected in Iran’s Culture.”

Within minutes, I witnessed how capable Mahak is at helping children deal with cancer. That an NGO should be in charge of such an important issue is self-explanatory. It is easy to see that there is a humanitarian culture in Iran, and it is not just financially manifested.

The Last Wish

Abbas Abdullahzadeh, a 12-year-old suffering from cancerous neuroblastoma, has a single wish – he wants to be a policeman. Ahvaz Police Force, in combination with a charitable NGO, will make his wish come true...
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UN lauds Iran’s AIDS program as a flawless model in the region

UN Resident Coordinator Gary Lewis has said that Iran’s AIDS control program is pragmatic, adding that the government’s concentration on the program is remarkable.
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Remote diagnosis of disease via smart phones

The new application is capable of accurately detecting pathogens from plasma and the results can be transmitted to anywhere throughout the world.
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Students shave heads in sympathy with teacher (Photos)

Students in a school in Hamadan, western Iran, have shaved their heads to show sympathy with their teacher who is terminally ill.
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Iranian researcher invents allergy, HIV-diagnosis sensor

Somayyeh Khezrian, an Iranian researcher in Tehran University, has developed a sensor which can diagnose allergy and HIV in early stages.

HIV/AIDS in Iran

To mark World AIDS Day, Arman-e Emrooz, a Tehran-based daily, dedicates a full page to HIV/AIDS.
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Mahak, an Iranian charity, received Achievement Award from IPMA

Iran’s Mahak secured an Achievement Award from the International Project Management Association.
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Int’l Ebola response ‘dangerously inadequate’

The international response to West Africa’s Ebola outbreak is “dangerously inadequate,” says an official with the humanitarian aid organization Doctors Without Borders (MSF).

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