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Houston Chronicle: MD Anderson looking to provide cancer treatment in San Antonio

May 9, 2016

The University of Texas Health Science Center has launched discussions with MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston to explore ways to expand cancer services in San Antonio, an executive vice chancellor confirmed Tuesday. Read the full story at Houston Chronicle


Laredo Morning Times: TAMIU Texas academy graduates to walk into history Friday

May 9, 2016

The inaugural graduates of the Texas A&M International University Texas Academy of International and STEM Studies walk into history Friday with Commencement Exercises at 7 p.m. in the Center for the Fine and Performing Arts’ Recital Hall. Read the full story at Laredo Morning Times


Pleasanton Express: Poteet students qualify for internships

May 9, 2016

Poteet ISD’s regular monthly school board meeting was held on Monday, April 18 at 7:08 p.m. Those in attendance were Andy Castillo-Superintendent; Barbara Reyes, President; Henry Ortiz, Jo Marie Cervantez, Yvette Navarro, Louis Vasquez-Vice President; and David Herrera-Secretary. Cynthia Hograves was absent from this meeting. Read the full story at Pleasanton Express  


Houston Chronicle: M.D. Anderson looking to provide cancer treatment in San Antonio

May 9, 2016

The University of Texas Health Science Center has launched discussions with the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston to explore ways to expand cancer care in San Antonio, an executive vice chancellor confirmed Tuesday. Read the full story at the Houston Chronicle


D Healthcare Daily: Report: Houston’s MD Anderson Considering Bringing Cancer Care to San Antonio

May 9, 2016

For all you astute observers of Texas healthcare, Houston’s renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center is exploring entering the San Antonio market. Read the full story at D Healthcare Daily


San Antonio Business Journal: Dallas, Houston lapping San Antonio in Texas cancer funding race

May 9, 2016

The Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas has surpassed the halfway point in its $3 billion funding plan set in motion via a constitutional amendment in 2007 to attack the deadly disease. Read the full story at San Antonio Business Journal