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Texas Public Radio: Researchers ID treatment window to minimize damage from MS

October 10, 2018

San Antonio researchers have found a critical period of time during which some mobility might be restored to patients with multiple sclerosis. This discovery has doctors stressing the importance of early diagnosis for those with MS. Read the full story at Texas Public Radio

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San Antonio Express-News: Leaders push to make San Antonio a better place for people with dementia

October 8, 2018

Dr. Carole White from the School of Nursing was interviewed for the story below about a town hall organized by the School of Nursing to focus on the needs of those living with Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia and those who care for them. Read the story (Note: A subscription and password may be […]

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Forbes: Senolytic therapies seem to stop Alzheimer’s disease ‘in its tracks’

September 26, 2018

Scientists at the UT Health San Antonio have implicated a type of cellular stress for the first time as a player in Alzheimer’s disease. Read the full story at Forbes

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KENS 5: Doctors are urging everyone to get vaccinated this flu season

September 20, 2018

Dr. Jason Bowling from infectious diseases was a guest Sept. 19 on KENS 5’s early-morning newscast. The topic was the importance of getting vaccinated for the flu. View the story

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Rivard Report: ‘Father of Burn Trauma’ receives Biomed’s Lifetime Achievement Award

September 14, 2018

Basil Pruitt, M.D., was honored Sept. 13 by BioMed SA with a Lifetime Achievement Award.

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KSAT 12: Alzheimer’s disease approaching status of health crisis, researchers say

September 10, 2018

September is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month, and UT Health San Antonio’s Glenn Biggs Institute for Alzheimer’s and Neurodegenerative Diseases is looking at the disease at every state of its progression. View the story

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