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KSAT 12: UT Health San Antonio MD Anderson Cancer Center oncologist discusses lung cancer on Leading SA

December 5, 2022

Josephine Taverna, MD, Medical Oncology, was quoted in this interview.   Read More      


CNBC: Long COVID-19 patients share their struggle with ongoing symptoms and the health care system

December 2, 2022

Monica Verduzco-Gutierrez, MD, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, was quoted in this story.   Read More


Texas Public Radio: Type 2 diabetics who build trust in their community health workers often can progress to self-care

December 2, 2022

Carolina Gonzalez Schlenker, MD, MPH, and Carlos Roberto Jaén, MD, PhD, Family and Community Medicine, were interviewed for this segment.   Read More


Yahoo: Can Alzheimer’s disease be delayed or stopped before the symptoms begin? A new clinical trial strives to find answers

December 2, 2022

Arash Salardini, MD, Neurology, was quoted in this story.   Read More


Texas Public Radio: Experts warn of a ‘tridemic’ as the holiday season approaches

December 2, 2022

Jason Bowling, MD, Infectious Diseases, was quoted in this story.   Read More  


UT Health San Antonio’s Be Well Texas to expand opioid use disorder services to all of the state’s rural counties

December 2, 2022

Four-year, $2 million federal grant will more than double rural providers UT Health San Antonio received a four-year, $2 million federal grant to expand its substance use disorder response program, Be Well Texas, to the state’s 178 rural counties with …


KSAT 12: Pediatric infectious disease specialist with UT Health San Antonio discusses early flu season, RSV

December 1, 2022

Tess Barton, MD, Pediatrics, is quoted in this Q&A.   Read More


Texas Public Radio: UT Health San Antonio receives $3 million grant to train 275 community health workers in South Texas

December 1, 2022

Jason Rosenfeld, Center for Medical Humanities and Ethics, is quoted in this article.   Read More


San Antonio Express-News: Commentary: Increasing health literacy increases health equity

December 1, 2022

Melanie Stone, MPH, MEd, assistant director of community service learning wrote this op-ed piece for the San Antonio Express-News.   Read More


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UT Health San Antonio’s Be Well Texas to expand opioid use disorder services to all of the state’s rural counties

December 1, 2022

Four-year, $2 million federal grant will more than double rural providers Contact: Steven Lee, 210-450-3823, lees22@uthscsa.edu SAN ANTONIO, Dec. 1, 2022 – UT Health San Antonio has received a four-year, $2 million federal grant to expand its substance …


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