The death of an emperor – Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi and his political cancer

  title={The death of an emperor – Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi and his political cancer},
  author={A. Khoshnood and Arvin Khoshnood},
  journal={Alexandria Journal of Medicine},
  pages={201 - 208}
Abstract Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, the Shah of Iran, was toppled in the Islamic Revolution of 1979. A year later he passed away from lymphoma, a disease he had secretly battled for several years, but still it remains unknown exactly when he was diagnosed with cancer, if he was aware of his condition and who close to him knew about his illness. Following his 1979 exile from Iran, physicians from numerous countries became involved in his treatment, which was typified by political and medical… Expand
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