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The Health Ministry and the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran have agreed to establish a joint centre for treating advanced cancers, said Health Minister Seyyed Hassan Qazizadeh Hashemi.
Researchers at a knowledge-based company have produced heart valves that can be used for a wide range of acute congenital problems, valve diseases and vascular reconstruction.
Iranian scientists have managed to obtain cellulose from weed and use it in encapsulating nanomedicine useful for treating cancerous tissues.
Iranian researchers have developed software which can manage the level of consciousness and stress by measuring brain signals.
A poisonous mushroom, which is so dangerous that is called the “destroying angel”, has been blamed for killing at least 18 Iranians and injuring hundreds of others.
Iranian researchers have used nanotechnology and medicinal plants to produce hospital clothes and bed sheets which reduce infection in the hospital environment.
The Islamic Republic of Iran has been appointed as the permanent member of the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) established by the World Health Organization (WHO).
In a project financed by France, Iran has established the largest blood bag manufacturing factory in the Middle East, creating at least 200 new jobs, said the Director General of Iran Blood Transfusion Organization.
At least eight Iranians including a baby have died over the past days after eating toxic mushrooms in western and northwestern regions of the country.
A judge in East Azarbaijan province in north-western Iran has sentenced a doctor found guilty of neglect in treating a patient to examine sick people free of charge.
An Iranian scientist and his team have developed a 3-D printer used to produce skin in order to heal wounds.
Iran’s prestigious Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences and renowned Paris Descartes University have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to boost mutual scientific collaboration and academic exchanges.
Authorities say Iran produces almost all the pharmaceuticals it needs domestically, and at the same times keeps the prices of medicines low for people to be able to afford them.
Iran is planning to establish a district to conduct research and offer services in the field of stem cells and infrastructural medicine.
A passenger plane en route from Malaysia to Turkey has made an emergency landing at Tehran’s International Imam Khomeini Airport over a Malaysian passenger’s medical situation.
An Iranian researcher has developed a new rehabilitation apparatus used to coordinate the five senses in autistic children.
The Iranian government has adopted supportive measures to help promote indigenous production of biopharmaceuticals as part of a macro policy to enable knowledge-based companies to meet the country’s domestic needs.
Iranian researchers at the Islamic Azad University of Pardis have designed a wheelchair that is capable of changing the position of the disabled from sitting to standing position.