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Italy plans to invest in Iran medical industry: Envoy
Iranian firms have plans to invest in Iran’s health sector and to jointly produce medical equipment, Italy’s Ambassador to Tehran Giuseppe Perrone said.
Medical scientists try to complement the labor of love
IRAN DAILY: What would Shakespeare think of the scientists who are trying to make the love’s labor irrelevant?
Russian firm signs investment deal for medical projects in Iran
A Russian company signed a contract to invest at least €500 million in Iran to produce antiviral medicine for COVID-19 and other diseases, IRNA news agency reported on Tuesday.
Leopard strays into medical college in India
CCTV footage that has gone viral online shows a leopard walking the corridors of a medical college in Karnataka. According to the newspaper Sakshi Post, the leopard strayed into the hostel campus of a medical college in Chamarajanagar.
COVID-19 impacting mental health of medical professionals
With the number of COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths rising throughout much of the US, the mental health of medical professionals is being put to the test.
Iran to file complaint with ICJ against US medical sanctions
A senior official at Iran's Health Ministry said on Monday that Tehran plans to lodge a complaint against the United States with the International Court of Justice (ICJ) over medical sanctions.
Zarif: Unilateral bans on anti-pandemic efforts amount to economic, medical terrorism
Iran said the US’ unilateral restrictions on its efforts to comprehensively confront the scourge of the new coronavirus are nothing short of “economic and medical terrorism,” urging the country’s Asian partners to stand up to the coercive measures as they unify their resources against the common health threat.
Medical information cancer patients should keep on hand
People visit the doctor for any number of reasons. An achy back, an annual physical exam or even an especially pesky cold may compel people to book appointments with their physicians. Many such appointments do not require follow-up visits, but those that do may yield information that patients should keep readily available.
IRCS: Iran sends first batch of food supplies, medical aid to Lebanon after deadly blast
Iran sent its first batch of food supplies and medical aid to Lebanon as part of its humanitarian assistance for Beirut in the aftermath of the huge blast that rocked the city on Tuesday, said the Iranian Red Crescent Society.
Rouhani: Tehran ready to send medical aid to Beirut, treat explosion victims
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said Tehran is ready to send medical aid as well as pharmaceuticals to Lebanon and treat those injured in Beirut’s fatal blast on Tuesday.
Licenses for China’s hospitals, medical staff to go digital: Health authority
Licensed hospitals, doctors and nurses in China will be able to use a digital license in their practices which can be kept and transmitted via digital devices, China's health authority said on Wednesday.
UNICEF sends its fifth medical aid to Iran
The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) has sent its fifth and largest shipment of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) items to Iran to help the country in its fight against the novel coronavirus, the organization said in a statement.
Iran imports medical items from Germany
Iran received the fourth consignment of its medical purchases from Germany, Managing Director of Bazargan Customs Office in the northwest of the country said.

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