Research


Clues sought for why pediatric cancer survivors develop heart failure

September 25, 2020

Cancer chemotherapy changes the function of cells that repair heart injury, researchers at UT Health San Antonio discovered. Twenty percent of children treated with drugs called anthracyclines go on to suffer heart failure later in life.




Residents with prediabetes needed for medications study

September 25, 2020

175 area residents with a diagnosis of prediabetes are encouraged to enroll in a clinical trial offered by UT Health San Antonio and University Health System.




New standard for measuring chemical intolerance

September 25, 2020

Researchers developed and validated a three-question, yes-or-no survey that primary care providers, allergists, dermatologists and other specialists can incorporate into patient visits.



Research review highlights health and social impact of racism, discrimination and poverty

September 18, 2020

A new research review by Salud America! at UT Health San Antonio describes and proposes recommendations to address key mechanisms by which people discriminate against people of color and/or justify people being in poverty.


Three leaders

New system of care created to better serve San Antonio

September 17, 2020

UT Health San Antonio and University Health System are strengthening their partnership to expand access to world-class health care.




Physician develops device to relieve hiccups

September 11, 2020

A neuro-intensive care physician at UT Health San Antonio has invented a science-based way to stop hiccups. The device is called HiccAway.