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KSAT 12 localized the national story involving a statement of the World Health Organization (WHO) with an interview of Dr. Thomas Patterson, Infectious Diseases, who is leading a UT Health San Antonio-University Health System study site on remdesivir, as part of the Adaptive COVID-19 Treatment Trials (ACTT) sponsored by the National Institute of Allergy and […]
In this perspective article, Luz Maria Garcini, PhD, MPH, assistant professor at the Center for Research to Advance Community Health at UT Health San Antonio, considers what the upcoming presidential election might mean for the access to mental health care of people living with undocumented status in the United States. Read the article.
Dr. Ruth Berggren, Infectious Diseases, continues her weekly appearance on KSAT 12 with advice about washing hands to avoid not only COVID-19 but also the common cold. Watch the interview.
The discovery is expected to be a springboard for future development of novel drugs to treat cardiovascular disease, metabolic disorders such as diabetes and other diseases.
Dr. Yetunde Ibrahim, a reproductive endocrinologist in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, was interviewed for this story by STAT that discusses infertility among Black women. Dr. Ibrihim says Black women are underrepresented in infertility clinical trials. Read the story.
Dr. Monica Verduzco-Gutierrez, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, spoke to News 4 San Antonio audiences about a condition scientists and COVID survivors call “brain fog.” Dr. Verduzco-Gutierrez, who runs a recovery clinic for COVID patients, indicates that more data is becoming available from MRI studies where scientists can look at specific parts of the brain. Read […]