UT Health San Antonio is asking the public for help in donating critically needed supplies for medical and health care providers. Watch the full story at News 4.
Dr. Jan Patterson, a longtime infectious disease doctor and infection control specialist with UT Health San Antonio, and several colleagues were among the public health experts asked to assist with an outbreak of a new coronavirus — one that caused SARS — in Toronto, Canada. Several years later, she responded to the 2009 pandemic of […]
UT Health San Antonio medical students celebrated Match Day virtually this year.
Dr. Ruth Berggren, associate professor of infectious disease and director of the Center for Medical Humanities and Ethics, was a guest on TPR’s “The Source”.
Reuters/The New York Times: Many smokers quit before weight-loss surgery but start up again afterwardMarch 13, 2020
The study results suggest that patients need more support for smoking cessation, said Dr. Carlos Roberto Jaen, a researcher at UT Health San Antonio, who was not involved in the study.
For years, Narcan, or Naloxone, has been the only opioid overdose rescue drug, but it doesn’t last very long. Now, a longer-lasting treatment drug may offer hope to millions.