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$1.12 million to fine-tune the body’s “Homeland Security”

October 8, 2014

Physician searches for better lupus therapy and clues to ovarian cancer treatment at the same time

CTRC doctor wins $1.6 million FDA orphan grant to treat deadly brain tumors

October 6, 2014

A researcher at the Cancer Therapy & Research Center is the leader on a study receiving a special $1.62 million orphan disease grant from the Food & Drug Administration.

The fearless female’s guide to hormone therapy, fertility preservation and the latest on reproductive cancers

October 3, 2014

Two female physicians are teaming up to provide a free lecture and Q&A on the topics at the Cancer Therapy & Research Center on Thursday, Oct. 9.

Latina breast cancer survivors to gather for reunion on 10th anniversary of book with their triumphant stories

October 1, 2014

Tales of resilience and change during Breast Cancer Awareness Month

UT Medicine San Antonio orthopaedic surgeon one of two in U.S. selected for prestigious knee surgery fellowship

September 30, 2014

Matthew Morrey, M.D., orthopaedic surgeon specializing in hip and knee replacement with UT Medicine San Antonio, is one of four physicians selected from around the world for the prestigious 2014 John N. Insall Travelling Fellowship by The Knee Society.

CTRC receives crucial NCI Cancer Center designation renewal and gifts from Valero, Klesse Foundations

September 29, 2014

Announcement of $2 million in major gifts and elite NCI Cancer Center status renewal, accompanied by $9 million in NCI funding over 5 years

“Music for Healing” arrives at University Hospital this Monday, Sept. 29

September 29, 2014

Weekly musical interludes will bring healing, inspiration to patients, families and health professionals

CTRC receives millions in gifts and grants and a national vote of confidence

September 29, 2014

National Cancer Institute designation and $2 million gifts from Valero, Klesse foundations mark cancer center’s 40th anniversary

UT Health Science Center establishes Military Health Institute

September 29, 2014

This new entity will lead innovative medical research, health education and clinical care to enhance military collaborations with the goal of improving the health and well-being of military personnel, veterans and their families.

UT Health Science Center to lead regional children’s cancer research group with $3.7 million grant

September 24, 2014

Pediatric oncologists at the UT Health Science Center will lead a consortium of regional providers in pediatric cancer research trials under a new $3.7 million grant from the National Cancer Institute

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