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Experts reflect on role of spirituality in healing

October 24, 2011

Dr. Jerald Winakur, Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche and Rabbi Jack Bemporad will present on Eastern, Western and secular approaches to healing.

Book describes advances in imaging of drug-delivery nanoparticles

October 24, 2011

Researchers in the School of Medicine at the UT Health Science Center San Antonio co-authored a new book on the imaging of nanoparticles — tiny particles that in the future may prove to be eminently useful for drug delivery in humans.

Acclaimed economist James Galbraith speaks on ethics of economic inequality

October 19, 2011

Renowned economist James K. Galbraith speaks on the ethics of economic inequality in the aftermath of the great financial crisis.

Sports medicine injuries topic of UT Medicine lecture tonight

October 19, 2011

Matthew Murray, M.D., and Jesse Delee, M.D., sports medicine orthopaedic surgeons with UT Medicine San Antonio, will discuss diagnosis and prevention of common sports injuries at the UT Medicine information series.

$150 million South Texas Research Facility dedicated

October 13, 2011

New center, length of 3 football fields, is devoted to translational medicine

National researchers gathering in San Antonio will discuss vitamin E – cancer risk

October 12, 2011

New data shows vitamin E supplements boost the risk of prostate cancer by 17 percent

Barshop Institute, global team sequences DNA of naked mole rat

October 12, 2011

San Antonio colony of long-lived rodents contributes to study published in Nature

UT Health Science Center dedicates research building

October 11, 2011

South Texas Research Facility will spark scientific discovery, serve as an economic engine for San Antonio

CTRC to highlight breast cancer prevention at October free public lecture

October 11, 2011

Learn about the latest breast cancer prevention medicine and screening technology at the free public lecture on Thursday, Oct. 13 at the Cancer Therapy & Research Center at the UT Health Science Center.

National researchers gathering in San Antonio will discuss impact of new cancer risk data

October 11, 2011

New results from a study of more than 35,000 men reveal that taking vitamin E supplements increases the risk of prostate cancer among healthy men by 17 percent. The results were published online in the Journal of the American Medical Association

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