Center for treating aftereffects of nuclear incidents created in Iran for the first time
Azerbaijan, Baku, Sept. 5 / Trend, T. Jafarov, S. Isayev
A center for treating the aftereffects of various nuclear, chemical and radioactive incidents, has been established in Iran's Isfahan province, IRNA reported.
The center would function for both men and women.
This is the first time such a center has been established in Iran.
"The facility has been established due to spread of chemical and nuclear industry in Iran's Isfahan province," Deputy rector of Isfahan Medical University, Mohsen Moslehi said.
He noted that there's no such center in the region, and Iran had to build it by itself, relying on local experts, since other countries did not help Iran in establishing such a facility.
The center currently has about 80 specialists, including doctors, experts on nuclear medicine, along with general staff, all of which are working in three shifts.