Cancer Today: A closer look at survivorship among Hispanics

December 22, 2021

Dr. Amelie Ramirez, Population Health Sciences, Mays Cancer Center and Institute for Health Promotion Research, is quoted in this article that mentions the National Cancer Institute study she is leading. The study aims to recruit 3,000 Hispanic and Latino Americans to understand cancer-related risk and outcomes among this population. Read story

KSAT 12: UT Health San Antonio oncologist answers viewer questions in light of breast cancer symposium

December 13, 2021

Dr. Virginia Kaklamani, breast oncologist at the Mays Cancer Center for patient care services within the UT Health San Antonio MD Anderson Cancer Center, answered viewer questions live on KSAT 12’s Q&A segment. She discussed different aspects of breast cancer including screening guidelines, research being done and the latest advancements for patients diagnosed with breast […]

HealthDay: Fear keeps some cancer patients from getting COVID vaccine

December 10, 2021

This HealthDay article is about a survey conducted by the Mays Cancer Center, home to UT Health San Antonio MD Anderson Cancer Center, in collaboration with clinical partner University Health, that shows cancer patients are at risk for serious COVID-19 illness, but some are still afraid to get vaccinated against the virus. Read story