Most of us know someone, perhaps even a close loved one, who has had breast cancer.
Three young people in South Texas are permanently blind because they sniffed carburetor cleaners – another strong reminder of the serious dangers of getting high off these inhalants, said a specialist from the South Texas Poison Center at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.
San Antonio (March 16, 2004) – “I didn’t take care of myself as I should have, so I push her and push her and I’m never going to stop.” Juanita Aleman, who at the young age of 39 lives with severe complications of type 2 diabetes, said the words within earshot of her 15-year-old daughter, […]
The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio pulled in by far the largest amount of research funding of any South Texas university or institution in fiscal 2003, garnering a record $189 million in competitive awards for research and related activities. That’s a healthy increase of 20 percent over fiscal 2002.
The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio is proud to have assisted in the development of the EZ-IO™ system for infusing medications, blood and fluids in emergency situations, Health Science Center President Francisco G. Cigarroa, M.D., said today.
They listened to Eileen Lundin, who chronicled the challenges of life after breast cancer.