Iran Medical Tourism
An official in the stem cell science and technology development office of Iran's Vice President for Science and Technology office said that patients from some countries, especially neighboring countries, travel to Iran to receive hematopoietic stem cells transplant.
Nowadays, the trend of health tourism no longer favors developed countries exclusively, but also many developing countries are entering medical tourism and are fiercely challenging the status quo, some of them to great success.
Any foreign traveler might ask why Iran must be the destination for medical treatment and health tourism. There are various reasons for choosing Iran for health and medical tourism as Iran is a vast country with excellent treatment options as well as numerous natural and historical attractions.
Pasteur specialty and super specialty Hospital was established in June 1992 and in spring of 2008 it was transferred the current building with the area of 3307 m and infrastructure of 9764.89 m, and now with 130 active beds and with collaboration of over 120 specialists and super specialists and 250 medical and administrative staff, is ready to serve patients.
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