Long School of Medicine
San Antonio Express-News: ‘Be a little patient’: Parents asked to wait their turn to sign children up for shotsApril 2, 2021
Dr. Mandie Svatek, Pediatrics, is quoted near the end of this San Antonio Express-News story saying that it’s taking longer for vaccines to be ready for children because researchers prioritized studies to protect those most vulnerable to the disease, who are adults — more than 550,000 of whom across the U.S. have died of the […]
Dr. Ruth Berggren, Infectious Diseases, spoke on a KSAT 12 Q&A regarding what someone should do if they get COVID-19 between their first and second dose of the vaccine. Her response was to not get the vaccine while sick, to complete 10 days of isolation and then to wait up to 90 days after having […]
Dr. J.B. Cantey, Pediatrics, is quoted near the end of this Fox 29 story on doctors seeing early signs of shifting demand in the vaccination process due to the fact that we are now moving into the younger, generally healthy population, who may not have as many risk factors or feel highly motivated to be […]
Dr. Tess Barton, Pediatrics, is quoted near the end of this KENS 5 story saying that parents who want their children vaccinated now should consider enrolling their kids in a clinical trial. Read and watch the story.
Joe R. and Teresa Lozano Long School of Medicine named a top 50 medical school by U.S. News & World ReportApril 2, 2021
For the first time in its history, the Long School of Medicine was named a top 50 medical school in U.S. News & World Report’s Best Grad Schools for 2022.
KENS 5: Archbishop Garcia-Siller excited for Easter weekend but one San Antonio doctor expresses some safety concernsApril 2, 2021
Dr. Fred Campbell, General and Hospital Medicine, spoke to KENS 5 viewers about the precautions they can take to stay safe from COVID-19 if they choose to attend in-person Easter services this weekend. Watch the story.