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Medscape: Black women most at risk for lymphedema after ALND

December 8, 2021

Dr. Virginia Kaklamani, breast oncologist at the Mays Cancer Center for patient care services within the UT Health San Antonio MD Anderson Cancer Center, is quoted in this story. Read story


OncLive.com: Matched targeted therapy improves PFS through multigene sequencing in metastatic breast cancer

December 8, 2021

Dr. Virginia Kaklamani, breast oncologist at the Mays Cancer Center for patient care services within the UT Health San Antonio MD Anderson Cancer Center, is quoted in this OncLive.com story. Read story


Cancer Network: Survival improvements seen with matched targeted therapy through multigene sequencing in HER2-negative breast cancer

December 8, 2021

Dr. Virginia Kaklamani, breast oncologist at the Mays Cancer Center for patient care services within the UT Health San Antonio MD Anderson Cancer Center, is quoted in this story. Read story


MedPage Today: Genomic profiling improves outcomes in breast cancer

December 8, 2021

Dr. Virginia Kaklamani, breast oncologist at the Mays Cancer Center for patient care services within the UT Health San Antonio MD Anderson Cancer Center, is quoted in this MedPage Today story. Read story


News 4: Top physicians around the world join together for the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium

December 7, 2021

Dr. Virginia Kaklamani, breast oncologist at the Mays Cancer Center for patient care services within the UT Health San Antonio MD Anderson Cancer Center, appeared live on News 4 San Antonio’s morning news show to discuss this year’s San Antonio Breast …


Message from the President: Preparing for COVID-19 vaccine mandates

December 7, 2021

Our university is currently vetting state and federal rules regarding vaccine requirements and how they may or may not apply to our organization. We will navigate through the current environment — federal mandates to new variants — with our highest priority always on safety.



UT Health San Antonio, UTSA to launch School of Public Health

December 6, 2021

The research-intensive, community-centric school of public health will be dedicated to improving health outcomes and reducing disease complications and mortality in South Texas.


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Fear keeping some cancer patients from COVID-19 vaccination

December 6, 2021

Patient/physician communication improves percentage receiving first dose. Contact: Will Sansom, (210) 567-2579, sansom@uthscsa.edu SAN ANTONIO (Dec. 6, 2021) — “My doctor has not told me to get the vaccine.” “I do not think it is safe for me because I …


Nightingale Podcast Series celebrates innovative nurses, inspires future health care visionaries

December 6, 2021

The UT Health San Antonio School of Nursing is presenting a podcast series beginning today that features interviews with international, national and local nursing leaders.


KSAT 12: One of the largest breast cancer symposiums in the world is coming to San Antonio this week

December 6, 2021

Dr. Virginia Kaklamani, breast oncologist at the Mays Cancer Center for patient care services within the UT Health San Antonio MD Anderson Cancer Center, answered questions during this live, KSAT 12 Leading SA weekend morning show interview segment whe …


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