Barberry, also known as berberis, is a plant with lots of medical features used in many Iranian dishes, desserts and drinks. Medicines made of barberry have been used for 2,500 years for treating various diseases.
Iranian researchers at Royan Institute have conducted an investigation to determine the proper and non-toxic density of eye drops made from amniotic membrane to repair corneal lesions.
The Iranian government has managed to increase the Intelligence Quotient (IQ) of an estimated 70 million children since about 30 years ago by adding iodine to the salt they consumed, a senior academic says.
An Iranian researcher couple has circumvented sanctions and developed technologies which are very effective in medical treatment and rehabilitation.
An Iranian knowledge-based company has developed a linear medical accelerator to expedite the treatment of cancer patients in Iran.
A group of researchers at a knowledge-based company have managed to produce a spray called “Migraine Cut” which can treat migraine headaches.
Iranian physicians have launched an audiometry charity foundation named “Forgiveness” that works as an NGO and helps hearing impaired children regain their hearing ability and raise awareness among their families.
A new method for treating malignant tumors has been developed by neurologists and spine surgeons of Iran’s Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences.
A group of Iranian veterinaries have successfully performed feather transplant on two pet birds in a clinic in Alborz province.
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