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Kicking out cancer today at CTRC soccer tourney

March 30, 2015

The event will raise money for the CTRC’s Patient and Family Services and awareness in the fight to prevent and cure cancer during March Colon Cancer Awareness Month.


Oral drug normalizes potassium in 98 percent of kidney patients with side effect

March 27, 2015

High potassium increases risk of fatal cardiac arrhythmias; dialysis was one of only treatment options previously


Respiratory care student conducts research while earning bachelor’s degree

March 25, 2015

Respiratory care student Kelli Hand recently was one of 67 students from 57 universities selected to participate in Texas Undergraduate Research Day at the Capitol in Austin.


Nobel winner Agre directs Johns Hopkins malaria research

March 24, 2015

Peter Agre, M.D. will give the the 10th Presidential Distinguished Lecture at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio on March 26.


Doctors’ Day visits taking place today at area schools

March 24, 2015

More than 4,000 students in Bexar County will have the opportunity to hear from physicians from The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio School of Medicine.


New UT System chancellor to announce first names

March 19, 2015

Local medical students learn residency training sites during emotional, exciting Match Day on Friday


New UT System chancellor to announce first names

March 19, 2015

Local medical students learn residency training sites during emotional, exciting Match Day on Friday


High school students to benefit from $675,000 grant to UT Health Science Center’s Voelcker Academy

March 18, 2015

Outstanding San Antonio area high school students will have the opportunity to participate in a unique, intensive, three-year biomedical research program at the UT Health Science Center San Antonio, thanks to a $675,000 grant from The Max and Minnie Tomerlin Voelcker Fund.


New brain cancer clinical trial launched at CTRC

March 17, 2015

The new technology uses tiny radioactive liposomes, or fat particles, only 100 nanometers across, inserted directly into a tumor.


Longer-lived rodents benefit from more of protein’s signals

March 17, 2015

The same beneficial protein is activated when we eat steamed broccoli


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