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Express-News: New UIW School of Osteopathic Medicine to emphasize holistic care

March 20, 2017

Paisley Pauli dreamed of becoming a doctor — and nothing else. Read the full story at the Express-News


Express-News: Seemingly small cuts could cause deep wounds to S.A. universities

March 20, 2017

By the time the Texas Senate approved its version of the two-year state budget last week, some of the higher education funding that had been slashed in the original proposal had been restored, but not nearly enough, local public university officials say. Read the full story at the Express-News


Rivard Report: SA Cancer Council to Honor Two Local Pioneers

March 20, 2017

Two people have garnered recognition for creating new programs to fill unmet patient needs – a robust and innovative urology department and a food pantry for cancer patients. Read the full story at the Rivard Report


Health Care Design: Modern Age: The Children’s Hospital Of San Antonio

March 20, 2017

San Antonio ranks as the second largest city in Texas, and it’s still growing. Read the full story at Health Care Design


Spectrum News: UT Health San Antonio Doctors Visit Southside Students

March 20, 2017

Hundreds of health career students on the Southside got a visit Thursday from UT Health San Antonio doctors. Read the full story at Spectrum News


Houston Chronicle: Fencing Hurley sisters to train for Tokyo Olympics

March 20, 2017

Sisters Kelley and Courtney Hurley, 2012 Olympic bronze medalists in women’s team epee fencing, said Monday they will return to Houston and resume training at Alliance Fencing Academy with an eye on the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. Read the full story at the Houston Chronicle