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In a rare surgery conducted in the quake-hit areas in western Iran, a number of Iranian scientists successfully reattached the right hand of a seven-year-old boy whose hand had been cut off from wrist.
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.
Iranian researchers have developed a nanomedicine which can be used to cure cancer cells and genetic diseases.
Neurosurgeons in Iran are using a modern locally-developed neuronavigation system which measures up to international standards.
Iranian researchers have produced a new type of disposable teaspoons with probiotic properties as part of their project to promote the quality of Iranian herbal tea.
Several countries have voiced their willingness to purchase Iranian-made vaccines, says former head of Iran Pasteur Institute, Mostafa Qanei.
An Iranian researcher says the production of a cancer prevention drug titled ‘Odorata syrup’ has begun in the central Iranian province of Isfahan.
An Iranian MP has praised a 25-percent decrease in imports of pharmaceuticals to Iran, saying the country should focus on expanding the export of its homegrown medicine by using the expertise of its elites.