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Genetic Engineers Seeking to Tackle Diabetes
TEHRAN (FNA)- Researchers have transplanted genetically engineered insulin-producing beta pancreas cells in mice in order to tackle type 1 diabetes. ( 14:19:37 - 2009/01/05)

Second Cloned Lamb Born in Iran
TEHRAN (FNA)- A cloned lamb has been successfully born at twenty-eight weeks of gestational age -7th month of pregnancy - in Iran's Royan institute. ( 15:44:46 - 2009/01/04)

Weight Loss Diets Increase Risk of Flu
TEHRAN (FNA)- Following a calorie-controlled diet places individuals at greater risk of coming down with influenza by impairing their immune system. ( 15:18:51 - 2009/01/04)

Pear-Shaped Bodies Less Prone to Diabetes
TEHRAN (FNA)- Individuals with pear-shaped bodies, having fat deposits in the buttocks and hips, are at a reduced risk of developing type 2 diabetes. ( 14:58:22 - 2009/01/04)

Persepolis Wells as Old as City
TEHRAN (FNA)-Archeological studies revealed that the underground water network in Iran's ancient city of Persepolis is as old as the Achaemenid capital. ( 15:21:54 - 2009/01/03)

Iran Publishes Burnt City Eye Bulletin
TEHRAN (FNA)-Iran's Sistan-Baluchestan Province has published a bulletin about the artificial eye, unearthed in the historical Burnt City site. ( 14:22:07 - 2009/01/03)

Grape Seed Extract Treats Blood Cancers
TEHRAN (FNA)- A team of scientists found out that grape seed extract is capable of treating and preventing blood cancers such as leukemia. ( 18:21:12 - 2009/01/02)

Iran's Angipars Treats Scleroderma
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian researches believe Angipars, the first herbal anti-diabetic medication, can effectively treat the scleroderma skin disorder. ( 20:12:05 - 2009/01/01)

Vitamin Supplements Cannot Lower Risk of Cancer
TEHRAN (FNA)- Findings of a recent study suggested that certain dietary supplements such as beta-carotene, and vitamins C and E are ineffective in lowering the risk of developing cancer. ( 17:43:13 - 2009/01/01)

MRI Can Damage Cochlear Implants
TEHRAN (FNA)- Findings of a recent study suggested that exposure to certain MRI machines may cause problems by demagnetize the magnets used in cochlear implants. ( 15:06:02 - 2008/12/31)

TPOI Establishes Technology Center to Promote Software Exports
TEHRAN (FNA)- The director of the Trade Promotion Organization of Iran (TPOI) said that the Organization has launched a "technology center" aiming to organize and support the country's IT industry and computer software export clusters. ( 14:29:31 - 2008/12/31)

Processed Foods Increase Risk of Lung Cancer
TEHRAN (FNA)- The phosphates, frequently found in processed foods, are responsible for placing individuals at a greater risk of developing lung cancer. ( 14:08:30 - 2008/12/31)

Dinosaur Fossils Unearthed in East China
TEHRAN (FNA)- Paleontologists in east China unearthed more than 7,600 fossilized dinosaur bones, including the remains of an enormous platypus. ( 15:26:05 - 2008/12/30)

Iran Opens Royan Cell Therapy Center
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran inaugurated the country's first cellular therapy center in Royan institute in a bid to treat refractory diseases in the near future. ( 15:31:50 - 2008/12/29)

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