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The first Iranian COVID-19 vaccine has entered the phase of clinical studies as the names of the producing drug company and lead researcher are announced.
Iran’s government spokesman says the assassination of prominent Iranian scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh had numerous objectives.
Iran has started the mass production of a domestically-developed antigen test for rapid diagnosis of COVID-19.
Iran’s Presidential Office says it has adopted measures to reinforce infrastructure in the country’s medical sector to boost the production of products and improve services amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Five Iranian-made COVID-19 vaccines have, so far, been put on the list of the vaccines candidates of the World Health Organization (WHO).
Senior Iranian researcher, author and university professor Davood Feirahi has died of coronavirus infection.
Iran has become the second country in the world to culture embryos in the laboratory with a homegrown in vitro fertilisation (IVF) kit developed by a domestic knowledge-based company.
An Iranian company has conducted cell therapy on dozens of coronavirus patients in accordance with medical standards and criteria.
Iranian experts and entrepreneurs overseas have established some160 start-ups so far in a line with a cooperation program drawn up to set the stage for the establishment of such companies.