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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).
A little girl suffering from cancer, whose dream was to release thousands of balloons, saw her dream realized with the help of people in the southern Iranian city of Ahvaz.
Iran and Hungary have signed memoranda of understanding (MoU) on research, educational and scientific cooperation.
Iranian researchers have developed a nanomedicine which can be used to cure cancer cells and genetic diseases.
Iran’s ambassador to London says a major British company has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Iran to finance the construction of a network of cancer centres in the Islamic Republic.
The opening bell of new school year was rung for cancer kids in the northeastern Iranian city of Mashhad.
Iran’s Minister of Health and Medical Education says the Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever (CCHF) is now under control in the country.
Within minutes, I witnessed how capable Mahak is at helping children deal with cancer. That an NGO should be in charge of such an important issue is self-explanatory. It is easy to see that there is a humanitarian culture in Iran, and it is not just financially manifested.
UN Resident Coordinator Gary Lewis has said that Iran’s AIDS control program is pragmatic, adding that the government’s concentration on the program is remarkable.
Students in a school in Hamadan, western Iran, have shaved their heads to show sympathy with their teacher who is terminally ill.
Somayyeh Khezrian, an Iranian researcher in Tehran University, has developed a sensor which can diagnose allergy and HIV in early stages.
Iran’s Mahak secured an Achievement Award from the International Project Management Association.
The new cancer-diagnosis sensor developed by Haniyeh Fayazfar is simple, inexpensive and highly sensitive.
A Mashhad University of Medical Sciences research group had developed a component which would be effective in treating cancer.
birthday celebration of children with cancer in Iran
Iranian researchers from Tarbiat Modarres University produced a new drug capable of detecting and removing cancer cells using turmeric.