Mohammad Sadigh Kaboudvand and Hamed Abolhassani have been refused medical treatment despite their critical health condition.
In his latest prison visit on December 6th, he had lost 15 kilograms and was hardly able to stand or concentrate. He also had very bad headaches.
He has been given suspicious anti-anxiety medication in prison which has depression, loss of concentration and drowsiness as its side effects.
The Medical Examiner’s Office has stated that he needs prostate surgery and another surgery for his blocked arteries, and that he should not be confined.
He has suffered heart attack and brain stroke several times.
In another case, the physical and mental condition of Hamed Abolhassani, a physical education student at the Rajaei University, who was detained 2 years ago for baseless charges of acting against national security and attempting an armed operation, has been described as critical.
He was the Editor in Chief of the Faryadeh-Maa publication and was sentenced to 20 years in prison.
His family was informed of his arrest a few months later which affected the quality of legal assistance offered to him.
He is suffering from mental and physical problems in prison and has not received any medical attention.