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Iranian Minister of Health and Medical Education Hassan Qazizadeh Hashemi and his Belgian counterpart Maggie Celine Louise De Block have discussed expansion of bilateral health ties in Brussels.
An Iranian university student has developed an apparatus named “Kerato-Removal” used to treat and heal diabetic wounds.
Iranian Minister for Health and Medical Education, Seyyed Hassan Qazizadeh Hashemi, has been appointed as the World Health Organization’s commissioner for the prevention and control of non-communicable diseases.
Austrian banks are to bankroll the project of building the first nuclear hospital in the Islamic Republic of Iran.
The life expectancy of Iranian people has increased around 25 years over the past four decades, reaching 73.8 years for men and 78.4 years for women, said Iran’s Health Ministry Spokesman Iraj Harirchi.
Iran’s Leader has allowed the government to withdraw $4 billion from the National Development Fund to address a range of issues including the dust pollution engulfing the country’s southwestern provinces, a lawmaker said.
Iranian scientists have managed to produce an artificial vessel and a type of wound care dressing using polymeric materials.
Researchers at Iran’s Baqiyatallah University of Medical Sciences have devised a method for the treatment and diagnosis of those infected chemically.