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Iran’s Health Ministry is committed to building 131 cancer diagnostic centres in 13 cities across the country, the ministry’s spokesman said.
Social emergency centres have been established across 190 cities, said Habibollah Masoudi-Farid, the deputy head of the State Welfare Organization (SWO).
A group of 40 Iranian physicians, nurses, and social activists living and studying abroad has recently launched an educational website (under a project named Ctrl+S) which provides information to Iranians in preventing and controlling sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and infections.
Austrian students will come to Iran in the next few weeks to learn about traditional medical practices at Tehran University of Medical Sciences, an official at the Traditional Medicine Faculty of the Ministry of Health said on Sunday May 29.
Navid Nejatbakhsh, the chair of an Iranian knowledge-based company, announced that an Iranian radiotherapy or linear accelerator (LINAC) machine to treat malignant tumours is going to be released within three months.
Ali Taheri, the head of electronics and software department at Arya Teb Firouz Medical Equipment Company, announced that Iran has joined the eight countries in the world that can mass-produce hemodialysis machines.
Measures have been taken to implement the National Document for the Prevention and Control of Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs) that was introduced in October 2015, said Rasoul Dinarvand, head of Iran’s Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
Hassan Eini-Zinab, a university professor specializing in demographics at the University of Shahid Beheshti, noted that Iranian men had an average life expectancy of 42 in 1950, but it gradually increased, reaching 73 by 2011.
Iranian Health Minister Seyyed Hassan Qazizadeh Hashemi held Israel responsible for the deteriorating health and hygiene conditions in the occupied Palestinian territories.
Iranian Health Minister Seyyed Hassan Qazizadeh Hashemi announced that the country has managed to produce two new drugs each month under the tenure of President Hassan Rouhani despite all problems and deficiencies.
The Chancellor of Mazandaran Medical University, Ghasem Jan Babaei, said that the Samsung Company from South Korea is to build a 1000-bed hospital in the province.
Agriculture Minister Mahmoud Hojjati called for expansion of cooperation between Iran and the Netherlands in producing herbal medicines.
Hamidreza Chabok, an Iranian scientist in the US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has managed to treat prostate and uterus cancers with greater certainty and success rates using ultrasound technology.
Iranian and Ivorian officials in a meeting in Abidjan on Sunday conferred on ways to further broaden relations between the two countries in medical, health and hygiene fields.
The Iran Football Medical Assessment and Rehabilitation Center (IFMARC) opened on Monday Apr 25, attended by Mahmoud Goudarzi, the Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports, and FIFA representatives, at Iran’s national football team training camp.
Non-communicable diseases are growing, threatening the health of Iranians, the deputy health minister Ali-Akbar Sayyari said.
Based on a proposal by Professor Majid Samii, the world’s largest brain and neuro logy research centre is being constructed in the Iranian capital, under...
Behnam Shakibaie, an Iranian researcher and inventor specializing in oral surgery, delivered a speech and held a hands-on course on microsurgery in a conference recently held in Dubai, the UAE.