Life expectancy in Iran reached 75 years
WANA (Mar 19) -Growth in the field of health and improvement of health services have been among the commitments of the revolutionaries in Iran. This happened to a large extent, although it is far from an ideal situation.
Iran’s deputy health minister announced today that before the revolution, health and nursing experts from India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh were working in the hygienics Arena, and we were facing many problems in this field, but after the Islamic revolution, Iran saw growth. There are many scientific developments both domestically and globally.
“Today, Iran is ready to export its medical knowledge to the world, and the medical education infrastructure is ready for other countries.” Yunus Panahi, Deputy Minister of Health of Iran said.
The vice president of research and technology of the Ministry of Health stated that the life expectancy in the country reached 75 years, and further warned that if the issue of population in the country is not managed, we will face many crises in the future.