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Express-News: Medical students in San Antonio meet their ‘match’

March 20, 2017

Craig Cook, 28, approached the microphone at the John T. Floore Country Store stage with a two-foot-long wooden plank (depicting the words “the determinator” in Sharpie) that had four hats on it. Read the full story at the Express-News


Express-News: Relationship between researchers led to new understanding of the nature of pain

March 20, 2017

Don McGeary learned a lot about pain when he started dating his wife, Cindy, who injured her back shortly after they met several years ago. Read the full story at the Express-News


People’s World: Amid Trump’s war on climate, a March for Science approaches

March 20, 2017

The Trump administration is set to implement huge cuts to the EPA. It has also formally approved the dreaded Keystone XL pipeline. Read the full story at People’s World


Rivard Report: Science Fiesta 2017: Hands-On Fun for the Entire Family

March 20, 2017

With so many scientists studying and working in San Antonio, it was only a matter of time before local scientific innovators created a celebration inviting the public to come experience science for themselves. Read the full report at the Rivard Report


Yahoo! Finance: Susan G. Komen® Names Eight Advisors to Guide Renowned Breast Cancer Research Program

March 20, 2017

The world’s largest nonprofit funder of breast cancer research, Susan G. Komen, today announced new advisory roles for eight leaders in breast cancer who will guide the organization’s education and advocacy work, public health efforts and help direct Komen’s $920 million research program – an investment in breast cancer research surpassed only by the U.S. […]


Neurology Today: Older Adults with New Epilepsy Often Prescribed Older AEDs, Experience Delays in Treatment

March 20, 2017

Older adults in the United States who were diagnosed with new-onset epilepsy were frequently prescribed older, outdated antiepileptic drugs (AEDs), and about half experienced delays in treatment beyond 30 days, according to an analysis of a large, racially diverse database of US Medicare beneficiaries published in the February 7 online edition of Epilepsia. Read the […]