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Federal grant funds RAHC studies of skin cancer prevention

November 5, 2013

A UT Health Science Center researcher at the Regional Academic Health Center (RAHC) is studying a potential mechanism to prevent skin cancer, thanks to a recently awarded federal grant. Future discoveries could enable development of drugs to complement existing cancer treatment, especially in skin cancer.


Strength of spirit next topic of CTRC lecture

November 1, 2013

The importance of the spirit in fighting cancer, or any illness, is the topic of the next free public lecture at the Cancer Therapy & Research Center on Nov. 7.


Voelcker Fund gives $450,000 for bladder cancer studies

October 31, 2013

Research could lead to more options for treating patients


Emergency Health Sciences hosts documentary presentation, panel discussion on Nov. 5

October 31, 2013

Event highlights legacy of Army Medevacs, university’s 5-year contract to train all Army Flight Medics


Genetic counseling for cancer risk now available in the Rio Grande Valley

October 30, 2013

People with a family history of breast and colon cancer can now determine their own risk of developing these cancers through a new program that offers free genetic counseling in the Rio Grande Valley.


Registration underway for Nov. 23 Turkey Trot 5K Fun Run/Walk

October 28, 2013

School of Nursing Alumni Association raising scholarship funds


Deaf education program attracts $950,000 federal grant

October 24, 2013

The Master of Deaf Education and Hearing Science Program at the UT Health Science Center San Antonio — one of the nation’s most innovative programs training teachers who work with deaf and hearing-impaired children — has received nearly $1 million from the U.S. Department of Education.


Tickets now available to hear world-renowned burn surgeon

October 23, 2013

Basil A. Pruitt, Jr., M.D., to discuss life-saving innovations developed at San Antonio’s burn care, research center


Family physician Jaén elected to Institute of Medicine

October 21, 2013

Carlos Roberto Jaén, M.D., Ph.D., FAAFP, a family physician whose research on improving patient-centered care and community health has drawn international acclaim, is among 70 new members elected to the Institute of Medicine.


HSC students offer health education, screenings at Miss Fiesta Health Fair

October 10, 2013

Saturday event kicks off students’ Community Service Learning (CSL) Challenge


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