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Diabetes research breakthrough at UT Health San Antonio

Diabetes breakthrough increases insulin producing cells

April 20, 2017

A potential cure for Type 1 diabetes looms on the horizon in San Antonio, and the novel approach would also allow Type 2 diabetics to stop insulin shots.


Diabetes research breakthrough at UT Health San Antonio

UT Health diabetes breakthrough increases insulin-producing cells

April 20, 2017

A potential cure for Type 1 diabetes looms on the horizon in San Antonio, and the novel approach would also allow Type 2 diabetics to stop insulin shots. The discovery, made at The University of Texas Health Science Center, now called UT Health San Antonio, increases the types of pancreatic cells that secrete insulin.



Celebrate Nursing 2017

April 19, 2017

UT Health San Antonio’s School of Nursing is joining the American Nurses Association in celebrating National Nursing Week May 1-5.



Our new intranet name is….

April 18, 2017

After narrowing down the top 10 names, our staff, faculty and students have spoken.


Daily Star: Cure for diabetes: Breakthrough could end insulin shots for good

April 15, 2017

A new scientific breakthrough could have found the cure for diabetes. Read the full story at the Daily Star, Bangladesh


Bel Marra Health: Cure for type 1 diabetes developed with potential to treat type 2

April 15, 2017

There are two forms of diabetes, type 1 and type 2. They are also referred to as juvenile and adult onset diabetes, respectively. Read the full story at Bel Marra Health


KENS 5: Real Men Wear Gowns: Detecting aneurysms

April 15, 2017

Tens of thousands of people experience ruptured brain aneurysms each year. Watch the full story at KENS 5


World Health.Net: Diabetes Cured without Side Effects

April 15, 2017

Researchers at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio have found a way to cure diabetes in mice. Read the full story at World Health.Net


Medical Xpress: Team uncovers novel epigenetic changes in leukemia

April 15, 2017

UT Health San Antonio researchers discovered epigenetic changes that contribute to one-fifth of cases of acute myeloid leukemia (AML), an aggressive cancer that arises out of the blood-forming cells in bone marrow. Read the full story at Medical Xpress


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