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Zeynab, a seven-year-old Iranian girl, is battling against cancer. She always wished to become a queen one day and have her own castle and treasure.
Iranian researchers have introduced the extract of the Persian violet for the complementary treatment of breast cancer.
An Iranian health ministry official says the US sanctions have resulted in a shortage of a foreign-made medicine used for cystic fibrosis patients.
Iranian scientists at Sharif University of Technology have designed a sensor to detect cancerous cells in medical diagnostic laboratories and research centres.
Iran's Health Ministry spokesman says the number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Iran has increased to 95, out of whom 15 have died so far.
President Hassan Rouhani has reassured the people of Iran that his administration would do its utmost to contain the novel coronavirus epidemic in the country in the shortest time and with least number of casualties, saying all resources have been mobilized to protect the health of people.
The Iranian Health Ministry says the total number of Iranians definitely diagnosed with the coronavirus has risen to 61, twelve of whom have died so far.
President of the Islamic Republic of Iran Hassan Rouhani has ordered the formation of a national headquarters for administering the efforts to contain a novel coronavirus epidemic, assigning the Health Ministry to mobilize resources from all organizations to stop the spread of the disease.
Scientists at Iran’s Royan Research Institute have successfully tested the treatment of brain tumors with the help of natural killer cells.
Iran’s Health officials say the number of people who have lost their lives due to the deadly coronavirus has reached four.
On behalf of Iranian people, the Municipality of Tehran has lit up the capital’s iconic Azadi Tower with messages of sympathy with the Chinese nation in their fight against Coronavirus.
Iran’s Health Ministry says two people in the city of Qom have died of the novel coronavirus, in the first cases tested positive in Iran.
Iranian authorities have ended a 14-day quarantine for dozens of students who had been flown back home from central China over fears they might contract coronavirus.
A couple of Iranian students recently evacuated from the Chinese city of Wuhan, the epicentre of the novel coronavirus, have talked about the horrible days they spent in the city from the outbreak of the disease to their repatriation.
Iranian Health Minister Saeid Namaki has given assurances that there have been no confirmed cases of coronavirus infection in Iran so far.
The Iranian foreign minister has decried the United States for cashing in on the outbreak of the coronavirus in China, saying Beijing has had a more successful performance in containing the virus compared with that of the US in the 2009 H1N1 epidemic.
Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Republic of Iran Mohammad Javad Zarif and his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi have discussed the latest efforts to contain the novel coronavirus.
China's Ambassador to Iran Chang Hua has called on the Islamic Republic not to place unnecessary restrictions on the Chinese passengers and avoid going over the limits set by the World Health Organization in the wake of outbreak of a novel coronavirus.