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WOAI Radio: New Guidelines Suggest Earlier Colonoscopies

June 8, 2018

New research indicates that younger men and women need to start thinking about scheduling a colonoscopy, News Radio 1200 WOAI reports. Read the full story at WOAI Radio

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Express-News: Training on opioid antidote expanding in S.A.

June 4, 2018

A mother and her newborn baby survived heroin addiction with the help of Dr. Lisa Cleveland, assistant professor at UT Health San Antonio School of Nursing.

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KSAT 12: Nimitz Middle School students get free physicals

May 31, 2018

UT Health San Antonio primary care physicians volunteered their time Tuesday to give free physicals to Nimitz Middle School students.

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Reuters: Early deployment tied to increased suicide risk for soldiers

May 24, 2018

When soldiers have their first deployment within their first year of service, they may be twice as likely to attempt suicide during or after their second deployment, a U.S. study suggests. Read the full story at Reuters

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San Antonio Express-News: Mother, inspired by son’s health journey, graduates from medical school

May 21, 2018

The chief motivation amid the challenges for Alie Cole was her youngest child, 9-year-old Kasen, who without the health science center’s doctors might not be alive today.

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ASCO Post: Doctoring is a family tradition for medical oncologist Virginia G. Kaklamani, M.D.

May 14, 2018

Virginia G. Kaklamani, M.D., professor of hematology/oncology at the Mays Cancer Center and leader of the center’s breast cancer program, was born and reared in Athens, Greece, where both her parents were physicians. Read her story

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