New findings of a meta-analysis of the largest clinical trial studies on polypill in an international study, indicated " Polypill with Aspirin" combination therapy, halve the risk of major cardiovascular events, without serious complications of aspirin.
A new article examines recent cancer incidence trends in the Islamic Republic of Iran and presents predicted incidence rates and numbers of new cases for the entire country for the year 2025.
An analysis of the first wave of the epidemic in Iran in 8902 people suggests the overall proportion of people with SARS-CoV-2 antibodies in their blood - known as seroprevalence - may be higher than rates based on clinical cases alone, at around 17.1% seropositivity vs 0.6% based on modelling from previous studies, by end of April 2020.
At an important historical event , Carcinogenicity of Opium Consumption , the most prominent achievement of more than two decades of research efforts of Iranian scientists in the "Golestan Cohort Study " was confirmed by the International Agency for Research on Cancer of the World Health Organization (IARC / WHO) and it will be published in Volume 126 of the IARC Monographs.
The results of an unprecedented population-based study in the world, conducted by Iranian scientists, show that opium use not only has no effect on reducing death due to diabetes, but also increases the risk of premature death in diabetic patients by 30%.