A new study published today in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives provides strong evidence that household burning of biomass and kerosene fuels, especially using stoves without a chimney, increases the risk of developing several cancers of the digestive tract.
According to the results of a large and unprecedented international study, high Non-HDL/LDL that was responsible for an estimated 3.9 million worldwide deaths caused by IHD (Ischaemic Heart Disease) and stroke has changed dramatically, especially in the geographical location.
A new international prospective study of fifty thousand individuals, published in the Lancet Global Health, provides robust evidence indicating that regular use of opium is associated with higher risk of developing cancers in different organs of the respiratory, digestive, urinary, and central nervous systems.
Iranian scientists led by Professor Reza Malekzadeh In collaboration with Scientists from International agency for Research on cancer and a team of international researchers, have identified a method for early detection of bladder cancer up to 10 years before the onset of symptoms and clinical diagnosis in asymptomatic healthy individuals and presented the world with the first scientific evidence based on prospective, long-term study.
The historical study of “Polypill” conducted by Iranian researchers, led by professor Reza Malekzadeh – scientist of medical sciences in Iran – surpassed public attention in social media among all articles published by the “The Lancet” in 2019.