Cancer Treatment
in Iran

Your limited budget is preventing you from fighting your cancer as hard as you want? Why not hit the road to Iran for affordable yet affective treatments?

Cancer Treatment
in Iran

Your limited budget is preventing you from fighting your cancer as hard as you want? Why not hit the road to Iran for affordable yet affective treatments?

Cancer is an increasingly widespread disease threatening the lives of many people. Since cancer treatment is one of the most expensive medical treatments, patients often prefer seeking more affordable treatments overseas. At AriaMedTour, we are here to help you have a cancer treatment in Iran at the most affordable price.

Wondering what this packages actually brings to you?

This exclusively-produced documentary shows a typical medical tour we arrange for our medical tourists. Watch the video to get an understanding of the services we provide to our medical tourists in package. This documentary film features a medical tourist named Cecilia who made a trip from Norway to Iran through us for a rhinoplasty as well as a cosmetic dental procedure. The whole process is filmed from the time she arrived at the airport until she departed Iran.

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Breast Cancer Treatment

Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women. Fortunately, there are effective treatments for it…

Colon cancer treatment in Iran

Colon Cancer Treatment

The treatments for colorectal cancer usually involve surgery to remove the cancerous tumor.

Stomach cancer treatment in Iran

Stomach Cancer Treatment

The most common types of stomach cancer treatment are surgery.,chemotherapy, and radiation.

Kidney cancer treatment in Iran

Kidney Cancer Treatment

Kidney cancer is usually treated with surgery, targeted therapy, immunotherapy, or a combination of them.

Pancreas cancer treatment in Iran

Pancreatic Cancer Treatment

Pancreatic cancer treatments are surgery, chemotherapy, or a combination of them.

Liver Cancer treatment in Iran

Liver Cancer Treatment

The most effective liver cancer treatments are surgery and localized treatments.

Lung Cancer treatment in Iran

Lung Cancer Treatment

Lung cancer can be treated with surgery, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, targeted therapy, or a combination…

Bladder cancer treatment in Iran

Bladder Cancer Treatment

Bladder cancer is usually treated using surgery, Chemotherapy, radiation, or immunotherapy.

Brain cancer treatment in Iran

Brain Cancer Treatment

Brain tumor can be treated through surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, and targeted therapy.

Leukemia treatment in Iran

Leukemia Treatment

Leukemia treatments include chemotherapy, biological therapy, radiation, and stem cells.

Skin Cancer treatment in Iran

Skin Cancer Treatment

Skin biopsy, freezing, and excisional surgery are common skin cancer treatments.

Hodgkin’s lymphoma treatment in Iran

Hodgkin’s lymphoma Treatment

The most effective type of hodgkin’s lymphoma treatment chemotherapy.

Ovarian cancer treatment in Iran

Ovarian Cancer Treatment

Treatment for ovarian cancer usually involves a combination of surgery and chemotherapy.

Cervical cancer treatment in Iran

Cervical Cancer Treatment

Surgery, radiotherpay, chemotherapy or a combination will be used for cervical cancer treatment.

Vaginal Cancer treatment in Iran

Vaginal Cancer Treatment

Vaginal cancer treatment options include a variety of surgical procedures, chemotherapy, radiation …

Prostate cancer treatment in Iran

Prostate Cancer Treatment

Common options for prostate cancer treatment are active surveillance, surgery, and radiation.

Esophageal cancer treatment in Iran

Esophageal Cancer Treatment

Esophageal cancer occurs in the esophagus and the treatment is often surgery.

Laryngeal Cancer treatment in Iran

Laryngeal Cancer Treatment

Laryngeal cancer is treated with radiation therapy, chemotherapy, or surgery.

Thyroid cancer treatment in Iran

Thyroid Cancer Treatment

Thyroid cancer can be treated with surgery (thyroidectomy) or chemotherapy.

There are various types of cancer treatments for different cancers, each of which is used depending on the type of cancer a patient has as well as the stage of cancer. The most common cancer treatment in Iran is chemotherapy, but other methods such as surgery, radiotherapy, immunotherapy, targeted therapy, hormone therapy, and stem cell therapy are also being employed. Some patients might need a combination of these treatments in order to get the most successful outcome.

Oncology In Iran

Medical Oncology in Iran has seen many advancements over the years. So far so that the country is now the middle east’s hub for cancer treatments. This is, in part, because of the proficient specialists and in part due to the fact that Iranian medical centers enjoy topnotch equipment and modern facilities. According to this study, Iran boasts ten active hematopoietic stem cell transplantation centers.

Many notable Iranian oncologists are UK-trained. In 1977, they founded the Iranian society of clinical oncology (ISCO). 

The following are the most common cancer treatments in Iran:

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May 9, 2020 2:29 am

which methods do you use for breast cancer treatment? Is there possible mamoplasty if it will be necessary too ?

Dr. Shokrzadeh
Dr. Shokrzadeh
Reply to  Tatiana
May 16, 2020 1:32 am

Our methods for treating breast cancer are on par with those found in the most modern oncology centers around the world.
The decision regarding the necessity of performing mammoplasty will be up to the surgical team. They make the appropriate decision based on the numerosity and the size of the masses, the extent of the lymph node involvement, whether it is considered metastatic, etc.
Generally speaking, if the mass is large in size or it is a stage 3 breast cancer, then mammoplasty would be performed.
You can send an email to with the reports of your mammography and ultrasound for a more thorough analysis. We will get back to you with detailed information and suitable solutions.

February 2, 2020 10:34 pm

Is it possible to treat cancer while you have diabetes? If patient cant have travel, can we pay for medication and you send it to us?

Dr. Shokrzadeh
Dr. Shokrzadeh
Reply to  Maria
May 16, 2020 1:48 am

Hi, dear Maria! In general, 3 out of every 10 people who are diagnosed with cancer might suffer from type 2 diabetes as well. Hence, it is important to have the patient’s condition in mind when prescribing medications that can be dangerous for diabetic people.
I’m afraid we are unable to prescribe or send any medications without a physical examination.
You can email us at and our patient care coordinator will get back to you with additional information regarding trip planning and necessary arrangements.

Shafiq Riyadh
Shafiq Riyadh
March 20, 2020 1:23 pm

My father is in bad situation of liver cancer,we heard about your name and long experience of liver cure ,please check files I sent in in e-mail to see if can do something to him to bring to you ?

Dr. Shokrzadeh
Dr. Shokrzadeh
Reply to  Shafiq Riyadh
May 17, 2020 2:26 am

Hi Shafiq! We received your documents. We will also need the following document in order to provide your father with the right analysis:
Liver biopsy report
Test results related to the liver functions, including Bilirubin AST ALT LDH Alkaline phosphatase.
Complete medical history including the treatments he has gone through so far.
You should also send us a fit-to-fly letter from your doctor.
Once you send the information to, we will get back to you ASAP.

Sharmin Qusay
Sharmin Qusay
May 14, 2020 9:31 am

My father has serious liver tumor that need quick action.
please see my tests photos in email i send and let me know if anything can be done to him at your hospital to save his life ? thank you

Dr. Shokrzadeh
Dr. Shokrzadeh
Reply to  Sharmin Qusay
May 17, 2020 2:39 am

Hello Sharmin! Our experts have examined the documents that you have sent us. I’m sorry to say that it looks like your father’s condition cannot be restored through cancer treatment. That said, he can be a candidate for a liver transplant.
If you’re seeking the treatment, please send us the following documents:
A CT scan of the liver to identify the size and shape of the patient’s liver
Doppler ultrasonography to find out whether the blood vessels leading to the liver are clogged
An echocardiography to examine his heart
The result of lung examination indicating a well-functioning respiratory system.
Liver Blood test results showing the coagulation and blood biochemistry.
HIV test and hepatitis virus panel
If you are opting for a liver transplantation surgery in Iran, you should know that the donor must be a relative of the recipient.

Sallam Jamal
Sallam Jamal
March 25, 2020 11:50 pm

Hi I have looking for breast cancer treatment.
We are currently in iraq for my mother inlaw she has stage 2 breast cancer please I need further information.

Dr. Shokrzadeh
Dr. Shokrzadeh
Reply to  Sallam Jamal
May 17, 2020 2:27 am

Hello! Luckily, cancer has been diagnosed in stage 2. Meaning it can be controlled or even treated. It also means that the cancerous cells have not spread to other parts of the body. I consider the prognosis to be pretty good. Depending on the position and size of the tumor, the treatment can be done without even going through mastectomy.
For additional information, please email us at, sending the patient’s most recent medical history.

April 13, 2020 1:09 am

I need to know about treatment for Cervical cancer.

Dr. Shokrzadeh
Dr. Shokrzadeh
Reply to  Melody
May 17, 2020 2:32 am

Hi there, dear Melody! Cervical cancer is a type of cancer arising from the cervical cells — the lower part of the uterus that connects to the vagina. It usually occurs as a result of abnormal growth among the cells in the area.
For instance, cervical cancer is commonly caused by HPV. The virus can reportedly trigger a mutation in the cells, turning normal cells to abnormal ones.
These abnormal cells then accumulate and form masses or tumors which can be either benign (noncancerous) or (malignant).
While benign masses (polyps, cysts, warts) usually pose no threats, malignant masses (cervical cancer) can be life-threatening and can spread to other parts of the body (metastasize).
If you are looking for additional, personalized information, let us know by sending your documents via email at

Abeer Hasan
Abeer Hasan
January 2, 2020 10:43 am

My father is now 60 years old. His father has also leukemia for long times ago. But my father discovered the disease in November and had been in early stages and started a treatment plan at the only hospital available in the city.

It was a chemotherapy that had been completed since the entire treatment and the result was less than expected in the last blood test, because during the chemotherapy he had very good blood test results even he was in danger due to he has weak immunity. So the doctor told my father that he needs a bone marrow transplant.But my father is afraid to do the operation in Syria because of the low possibilities, high cost and lack of dono

Dr. Shokrzadeh
Dr. Shokrzadeh
Reply to  Abeer Hasan
May 16, 2020 1:41 am

High Dose Chemotherapy or radiotherapy can damage or kill some of the stem cells. To replace these damaged stem cells, Bone Marrow Transplant (BMT) or Peripheral Blood Stem Cell Transplant (PBSCT) is used.
Bone marrow transplant in Iran is performed in several ways:
Autologous transplant: in this method, the patient receives the same stem cells that are derived from himself.
Syngeneic transplant: transplants that come from an identical twin.
Allogeneic transplant: stem cells are collected from a matching donor such as a sibling or parents. In some cases, the donor can also be an unrelated individual. In Iran, we utilize any of the above methods based on the blood test results and his overall condition. The patient will be informed and asked for permission to use these techniques.
You can email us at for a more thorough consultation. We will analyze your father’s condition and get back to you with the most suitable treatment plan.

May 15, 2020 10:45 am

Dear member of staff

My name is Sakhavat, I am from Azerbaijan

I am writing about one problem . My aunt is a cancer sick. The cancer was found from her spinal column 1 year ago .She was treated by means of chemotherapy but now she is not good . the sickness broke the some of bone of spinal column. and Azeri doctor said that we could not help after that. I send the MRT result to the Turkey doctor ,they respond me we can operate and treat that sickness .They said first of all we need to operate spinal column to install inplant to support. but it was very expensive. That why I want help from you. Is it possible to send the result to you to look. If your doctor say we can do that, we will came to Tehran.

Dr. Shokrzadeh
Dr. Shokrzadeh
Reply to  Sakhavat
May 17, 2020 2:39 am

Hello, dear Sakhavat! I hope you are doing well. In such cases, timing is the most crucial aspect of the treatment. Please send us the MRI report, medical history, and other documents via email ( Once we examine the said documents, we will let you know about our opinion regarding the necessity of spinal implants. Then, our patient care coordinators will get in touch with you to arrange the trip and provide a treatment plan.

Patryk Grabowski
Patryk Grabowski
February 29, 2020 12:11 pm

I have gastric cancer I went under supervision of prof Cunningham in Royal Marsden Hospital in London Uk
Prof. Told me that the cancer has spread in so many areas & chemo therapy will be hard & deficit for me & with no result .I am good believer in God & the Lord is only who decide the life
Could you have a way to cure my disease
I am 70 years old looking to hear from you
I can manage the treatment expenses

Dr. Shokrzadeh
Dr. Shokrzadeh
Reply to  Patryk Grabowski
May 16, 2020 1:55 am

Hello Patryk! As with any country in the world, Iranian medical centers consider chemotherapy, surgery, and radiotherapy as the main approaches to control and treat cancer.
Considering your condition, we suggest that you follow your current doctor’s instructions.
Chemotherapy is usually really effective for controlling cancer. Make sure you get all your chemo treatments. You may ask your doctor for some medications to mitigate the negative side-effects of the treatment such as nausea. Hang in there, you’re tough.

Sanaz Dorrah
Sanaz Dorrah
July 29, 2020 7:19 am

Hi, I am an Iranian citizen currently living in Australia and have just been diagnosed with non Hodgkin’s lymphoma (showing 39% abnormal B cells in my bone marrow biopsy). I am wondering what my options are for getting the best treatment possible in Iran? Can you please assist me with this? Thank you

Dr. Shokrzadeh
Dr. Shokrzadeh
Reply to  Sanaz Dorrah
July 29, 2020 8:11 pm

For aggressive Adult Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma there are different treatments available in Iran such as chemotherapy, radiotherapy, biological medicines, and immune radiotherapy medicine. Lymphoma treatment with stem cells are in research stage and there is no approved treatment for it yet.Please send us the MRI report, medical history, and other documents via email ( send us the MRI report, medical history, and other documents via email ( Please send us the MRI report, medical history, and other documents via email (

Farshid Joubin
Farshid Joubin
Reply to  Dr. Shokrzadeh
April 29, 2023 5:41 pm

My lymphoma has been treated in USA and now I am planning to move back to Iran but I don’t know how is cancer treatment in Iran at this time

Dr. Shokrzadeh
Dr. Shokrzadeh
Reply to  Farshid Joubin
April 30, 2023 11:03 am

If you mean the follow-up after the treatment, you can continue it in Iran with an oncologist. You only need to have your medical documentation files with you.If you mean the follow-up after the treatment, you can continue it in Iran with an oncologist. You only need to have your medical documentation files with you.

Guy Oguegbu
Guy Oguegbu
January 27, 2021 7:24 pm

My wife has esophageal cancer she’s in Nigeria and she want to come over there in Iran for treatment. Please can you refer us to any doctor.

Dr. Shokrzadeh
Dr. Shokrzadeh
Reply to  Guy Oguegbu
January 28, 2021 11:18 am

Hello, please send us all the patient’s medical records through Our team of oncologists will send you answers and medical advice as soon as possible.

Anas Abdullah khalid
Anas Abdullah khalid
January 29, 2021 12:07 am

Hello Dear sirs 
We wanna to bring our patient( Anas Abdullah Khalid /47 year old )  to your hospital for treatment with a kidney tumor, so  as soon as possible. find attached files include the reports of scans.

Dr. Shokrzadeh
Dr. Shokrzadeh
Reply to  Anas Abdullah khalid
January 30, 2021 11:09 am

We’re glad you contacted us.
We have received your medical records and our medical advisory team will contact you as soon as possible.

February 23, 2021 10:13 am

I have family member who has cancer, can I send her document and get some advice?

Dr. Shokrzadeh
Dr. Shokrzadeh
Reply to  Tara
February 24, 2021 6:21 pm

Hello Dear Tara; 
Yes, please send us all the patient’s medical records through . Our team of oncologists will send you answers and medical advice as soon as possible.

March 23, 2021 10:51 pm

How about transplant for the kids

Dr. Shokrzadeh
Dr. Shokrzadeh
Reply to  Khulfat
March 24, 2021 6:32 pm

Hello dear Khulfat,
It depends on the child’s age range and the patient’s body organ.
That’s possible if it is a transplant of abdominal organs (e.g. kidney, liver, bone marrow, etc.).
Please send us all the medical records of the child along with a complete description of his medical condition through .
The medical team will provide complete guidance based on the documents you submit.

April 16, 2021 5:08 pm

My mum in her early 70’s was just diagnosed with Brest cancer stage 2 with 0.6 cm in size lump.
We need to travel to Iran since we are not residents in Iran.
We would like to know where in Iran use the best facility for such treatments (Dr. & hospital).
Is this recommended at this stage? and which hospital or Dr. In Iran is recommended for this kind of treatments?

Dr. Shokrzadeh
Dr. Shokrzadeh
Reply to  Amir
April 17, 2021 10:59 am

In Grade 2 cancer, time is an important factor for treatment and recovery.
At this stage, depending on your mother’s history, you will have the option of surgery or chemotherapy to control the cancer.
In the case of travelling to Iran, you can send your medical records as well as your mother’s identification documents to our WhatsApp as soon as possible, so that we can obtain a medical visa for you.
Our cancer treatment doctors are among the best oncologists in Iran; and based on your mother’s condition, we will advise you on choosing the right hospital and doctor.

July 11, 2021 1:09 am

My father has advanced gallbladder cancer with invasive liver (segments 3 and 4) and vein thrombosis. The doctors have given up hope. And only palliative chemotherapy has been suggested. Cancer does not metastasize to distant sites. Shows the pathobiology of adenocarcinoma. Doctors say he will be alive in a few months. Is no constructive action being taken on bile cancer?

Dr. Shokrzadeh
Dr. Shokrzadeh
Reply to  Atica
July 12, 2021 3:03 pm

We’ve received your father’s medical history.
In this stage of the disease, chemotherapy is the only treatment option and unfortunately, there is no other sufficiently effective treatment.
We recommend that you continue chemotherapy as instructed by his doctor. 

October 6, 2021 10:53 pm

hi, my father have vocal cord cancer for about one year and half ,he had asurgery ten months ago but the cancer reoccured and the doctor recommended for radiatin. please tell the cost of treatment (vocal cord cancer treatment via radiotherapy.)

Dr. Shokrzadeh
Dr. Shokrzadeh
Reply to  hawez
October 7, 2021 3:18 pm

Thank you for your question.
We need the latest paraclinical test results for an assessment of your father’s vocal cords.
Please send your father’s medical records to to get a price quote for the treatment.
Please also provide a detailed description of the initial status of the disease, the first signs and symptoms of the disease recurrence, and the date of the disease recurrence diagnosis. 

Bahtiyar Mashadov
Bahtiyar Mashadov
October 9, 2022 1:05 pm

Hi there, We would like to have your Liver Cancer expert consultation.
we will provide all necessary information.

Dr. Shokrzadeh
Dr. Shokrzadeh
Reply to  Bahtiyar Mashadov
October 11, 2022 1:57 pm

Please send us all the medical records with a complete description of his/her medical condition through

November 13, 2022 5:21 pm

My Brother Mouths Cancer Please Help Docter

Dr. Shokrzadeh
Dr. Shokrzadeh
Reply to  Bhagirath
November 14, 2022 3:22 pm

Please send us all the medical records with a complete description of his medical condition through

March 6, 2023 9:15 am

Hi, my name is Fariborz and we live in Sweden. My father was diagnosed with disseminated colon cancer 10 months ago. we want to be in contact with you as soon as possible where we can tell you the situation in more detail. I have tried to call but was unsuccessful and also wrote to your colleague there but no one has heard back from us.

Dr. Shokrzadeh
Dr. Shokrzadeh
Reply to  Fariborz
March 7, 2023 11:08 am

I checked the inbox and your email was not among them. Would you please leave your email address so that we can contact you?  

Rezhan Mohammed
Rezhan Mohammed
March 15, 2023 10:41 pm

hello , my father has Plasmacytoma tumor in plivs , and i would like to come to iran to do Radiotherapy , can you please till us about the cost and and how many sesstion will we need.
I am wating for positive respond .
Thanks in advance

Dr. Shokrzadeh
Dr. Shokrzadeh
Reply to  Rezhan Mohammed
March 16, 2023 8:05 am

Hello. Thanks for your question. Depending on the cancer’s progress, different numbers of radiotherapy sessions may be required. To answer your inquiry, we need the patient’s medical record. Our surgery team will send you the treatment plan and the costs in reply to your email. 

April 23, 2023 8:24 pm

Colon cancer

Faisal Odeh
Faisal Odeh
May 14, 2023 7:02 pm

IAM asking about the treatment for metastatic prostate ca…resistant to castration therapy…by Lut177 PSMA there more moderner therapy are the costs

Dr. Shokrzadeh
Dr. Shokrzadeh
Reply to  Faisal Odeh
May 15, 2023 10:57 am

Our treatments for prostate cancer metastasizing to nearby or distant organs include internal radiation therapy, chemotherapy, and surgery to remove cancer cells.
About lutetium-177: It is a radioactive substance that can be added to a carrier called a prostate membrane-specific antigen. Lutetium-177 is an atom that emits radioactive particles. The lutetium atom that is radioactive is attached to the prostate tumor. In the body, lutetium-177 binds specifically to tumor cells and destroys these cancer cells.
Lutetium-177 PSMA, which is not absorbed by tumor cells, is excreted from the body through sweat, saliva, urine, and feces.
The treatment that has been suggested to you is part of the routine of the effective therapy plan, and our suggestion is to trust your doctor’s therapy plan.

Muhammad Ali
Muhammad Ali
July 17, 2024 6:34 pm
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My father is suffering from IV stage of Pancreatic Cancer, I am from Karachi Pakistan . I am not satisfied with treatment here in Pakistan, Should i bring him to Iran for further treatment.