Erase Cancer
February 19, 2018
 

WHAT:     The first-ever conference, Advancing the Science of Cancer in Latinos, will unite 225 U.S. and international cancer researchers and leaders in San Antonio to tackle Latino cancer from prevention to basic science, and treatment to policies. The Latino cancer conference is co-hosted by the Institute for Health Promotion Research of UT Health San Antonio, […]

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Dental care for children
February 8, 2018
 

Media contacts: Will Sansom, UT Health Science Center, (210) 567-3026, sansom@uthscsa.edu Keyhla Calderon-Lugo, Edgewood Independent School District, (210) 862-9655, keyhla.calderon-lugo@eisd.net WHAT:            About 300 Edgewood Independent School District second-graders will receive preventive care from dental students and student hygienists from UT Health San Antonio’s School of Dentistry during a free dental clinic to be held in […]

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January 30, 2018
 

SAN ANTONIO (Jan. 30, 2018) ― William L. Henrich, M.D., MACP, president of The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UT Health San Antonio), announced today that the Mays Family Foundation is increasing its legacy gift supporting the UT Health San Antonio Cancer Center to $30 million. Today’s $25 million contribution builds […]

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Brooke Fina, LCSW, associate professor of psychiatry, meets with a service member regarding a research study involving Prolonged Exposure therapy for PTSD.
January 23, 2018
 

SAN ANTONIO (Jan. 23, 2018) ― In its first-ever randomized clinical trial with an active-duty military population, Prolonged Exposure (PE), a top treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), was found effective for combat PTSD. The therapy led to significant symptom reductions and a loss of PTSD diagnosis in nearly half of study participants, with treatment […]

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Results of a UT Health San Antonio study show that assisted hatching does not improve live birth rate for infertile couples.
January 3, 2018
 

Procedure used to prepare a human egg for implantation in the uterus.

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Results of a UT Health San Antonio study show that assisted hatching does not improve live birth rate for infertile couples.
January 3, 2018
 

Research from the UT Health Science Center at San Antonio (UT Health San Antonio) found that assisted hatching resulted in fewer live births in recent years, especially in older women. Assisted hatching is an optional procedure used to prepare a human egg for implantation in the uterus. It is used in a procedure called in vitro fertilization […]

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