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San Antonio Magazine: Outrunning PTSD

March 1, 2016

It’s fair to say that Stacey Young-McCaughan is obsessed with exercise. And it’s not just because the retired U.S. Army colonel played sports growing up and has long been a dedicated runner. Early in her career as an oncology nurse and researcher, Young-McCaughan wondered about the benefits exercise could provide to people fighting cancer. Read the […]

Express-News: Fe3 Medical raises $11 million to start clinical trials for iron-deficiency patch

February 28, 2016

San Antonio-based Fe3 Medical disclosed Wednesday it has raised $11 million from investors to fund clinical trials of a transdermal patch it has developed for patients suffering from iron-deficiency anemia. Read the full story at Express-News

KENS 5: Giant periodic table unveiled in San Antonio

February 28, 2016

Graduate students from The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio and the Voelcker Biosciences Teacher Academy are working with more than 100 K-12 schools in the San Antonio area to create what is believed to be the largest periodic table in the world, according to UTHSCSA. Watch the full story at KENS […]

News 4: San Antonio attempts world record for largest periodic table

February 28, 2016

The largest periodic table in the world may now be here in San Antonio. Read the full story at News 4

Medical Xpress: New insights reported about the Angelina Jolie gene

February 28, 2016

The CTRC—a National Cancer Institute-designated Cancer Center—is part of UT Medicine San Antonio, the clinical practice of the School of Medicine at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. Read the full story at Medical Xpress

Newsmax: New finding made in ‘Angelina Jolie gene’

February 28, 2016

Texas scientists have uncovered new evidence of how the breast cancer gene BRCA1 — sometimes referred to as the “Angelina Jolie gene” — leads to the disease.  Researchers from the Cancer Therapy & Research Center in San Antonio have determined BRCA1 regulates a second gene — called COBRA1 — that is closely linked with breast […]