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News 4: UT Health Science Center awarded million dollar grant for cancer research

August 10, 2016

More than 1 million dollars in awards will come to San Antonio. Watch the full story at News 4


Texas Public Radio: The Source: Spike In Texas’ Maternal Mortality Outpaces U.S.

August 10, 2016

Thirty-five Texas women in 100,000 won’t leave the hospital with their newborns. Read the full story at Texas Public Radio


Pain Medicine News: Dental Pain Common Among Homeless People

August 10, 2016

Many of the more than 100 million homeless people around the world have chronic pain. Read the full story at Pain Medicine News


Big News Network: Pair of San Antonio institutions score millions in Texas cancer research funding

August 10, 2016

Two San Antonio organizations will share nearly $6 million from the latest funding round by the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas, which awarded 26 new grants totaling more than $61.5 million. Read the full story at Big News Network


India.com: 4 Remarkable South Asian-American Medical Writers You Need to Know

August 10, 2016

Physicians have turned to narratives and writing throughout the ages to bring meaning to their profession and personal lives. Medicine is a profession of storytelling. Read the full story at India.com


San Antonio Business Journal: Pair of San Antonio institutions score millions in Texas cancer research funding

August 10, 2016

Two San Antonio organizations will share nearly $6 million from the latest funding round by the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas, which awarded 26 new grants totaling more than $61.5 million. Read the full story at the San Antonio Busi …


Xconomy: Governments Pay for Research, Jobs in San Antonio Tech and Science

August 10, 2016

Finding funding for tech and life science ventures is no easy endeavor, be it an academic setting or in the corporate world. Government groups in Texas announced this week that they’re providing money to both sectors in San Antonio to boost research an …


Texas Public Radio: I’m pregnant. What should I do to protect myself?

August 10, 2016

Infection among pregnant women is a concern, since babies born to mothers who were infected with Zika (particularly in the first trimester) are at higher risk of devastating birth defects like microcephaly. Read the full story at Texas Public Radio


Health care improvement conference

August 10, 2016

“Conference on Community Engagement and Healthcare Improvement” is sponsored by the School of Nursing at the Health Science Center. The public can attend free of charge.


Texas Public Radio: Zika Threat Heightens Stress For Expectant Mothers in South Texas

August 10, 2016

The Zika virus has reared its ugly head in Florida, and experts say Texas could be one of the next states with local transmission from biting mosquitoes. Listen to the full story at Texas Public Radio


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