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San Antonio Substance Use Symposium set for March 1 at UT Health San Antonio

February 25, 2019
 

Statewide ‘Get Waivered Texas’ buprenorphine training program for health care professionals launches here March 2 SAN ANTONIO (Feb. 22, 2018) ― UT Health San Antonio’s Department of Psychiatry is hosting the second annual San Antonio Substance Use Symposium Friday, March 1. The free community event will be held in the Academic Learning & Teaching Center on […]

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‘Get Waivered TX’ opioid treatment training program launches March 2

February 25, 2019
 

SAN ANTONIO (Feb. 22, 2018) ― Jennifer Sharpe Potter, Ph.D., M.P.H., from UT Health San Antonio, has received a $1 million contract to train health care professionals throughout Texas in how to use buprenorphine to treat patients with opioid use disorder. Get Waivered TX (#GetWaiveredTX), will kick off March 2 at UT Health San Antonio. […]

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UT Health San Antonio to hold Precision Medicine in Prostate Cancer Symposium March 2

February 21, 2019
 

SAN ANTONIO (Feb. 21, 2018) ― The Department of Urology at UT Health San Antonio is hosting a Precision Medicine in Prostate Cancer Symposium on Saturday, March 2. The free event is open to the public. It will be held from 8 a.m. to noon in the UT Health San Antonio Holly Auditorium. The campus is […]

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Gail Tomlinson, Letitia Thompson and Michaell Huber

Health professionals urged to endorse HPV vaccination

February 21, 2019
 

“I only wonder how my life would have been different if I’d had the HPV vaccination,” said Liz Kapeel, 27, a graduate of Texas State University who now works in Austin. The young woman was diagnosed with cervical cancer at age 25 and has received extensive treatment. She described her experiences at the “2019 HPV […]

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Gail Tomlinson, Letitia Thompson and Michaell Huber

Health professionals urged to recommend HPV vaccination

February 20, 2019
 

“I only wonder how my life would have been different if I’d had the HPV vaccination,” said Liz Kapeel, 27, a graduate of Texas State University who now works in Austin. The young woman was diagnosed with cervical cancer at age 25 and has received extensive treatment. She described her experiences at the “2019 HPV […]

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UT Health San Antonio, SwRI researchers win cancer detection challenge

February 13, 2019
 

UT Health San Antonio pathologists and Southwest Research Institute engineers placed first in an international challenge to develop an automated method to detect breast cancer tumor cells. They trained a computer algorithm previously used for automotive, robotics and defense applications to identify cancer cells for the BreastPathQ: Cancer Cellularity Challenge. The American Association of Physicists […]

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