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Coronavirus in Iran: Death Toll Rises to 5

The death toll from the coronavirus infection in Iran has risen to five, and the total number of confirmed cases to 28, according to the Health Ministry.

Researchers Using Natural Killer Cells to Treat Brain Tumors

Scientists at Iran’s Royan Research Institute have successfully tested the treatment of brain tumors with the help of natural killer cells.

Four Die of Coronavirus in Iran; 14 Others Infected

Iran’s Health officials say the number of people who have lost their lives due to the deadly coronavirus has reached four. 

Iran Sets Up Headquarters to Combat Coronavirus

An ad hoc headquarters has been set up at the Iranian Ministry of Health and Medical Education to combat the possible spread of the coronavirus, government spokesman Ali Rabiei said.

Iran Confirms Three New Coronavirus Cases

An Iranian health authority has confirmed on Thursday three new cases of the new coronavirus in the cities of Qom and Arak.

Tehran’s Azadi Tower Lit Up in Solidarity with China

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.

Coronavirus Arrives in Iran: Two Men Die of COVID-19 in Qom

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.

Iranians Evacuated from China Out of Quarantine Safe and Sound

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.

Iran to Export Cancer Drugs to Thailand, Armenia

A knowledge-based Iranian company has produced an anti-cancer nano-medicine which is being exported to a number of foreign countries.

Coronavirus as Scary as You’ve Heard about It: Eyewitness

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.