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Heroes in our midst

Nicolas Walsh, M.D.

Members of the United States Navy’s Sea, Air and Land teams–better known as SEALs–are almost mythical beings. They are able to thrive in situations where others could barely function. They…

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Future of eating includes crickets — and other nourishing fare

Robert Nathan Allen places a large plastic box — the kind many people use to store winter clothing in summer and summer clothing in winter — on the ground next…

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Team studies eye lens to understand cell growth and implications for fighting cancer

SAN ANTONIO (Nov. 12, 2015) – How does a protein called connexin put the clamps on cancer? Researchers in the School of Medicine at The University of Texas Health Science…

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1,500 teens to get hands-on introduction to health careers at UT Health Science Center’s Science Expo

WHAT: The 2015 Health Professions Fair & Science Expo is a morning of hands-on activities at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. The event will introduce…

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Report: No amount of alcohol safe for pregnant women

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A new clinical report co-authored by Janet F. Williams, M.D., FAAP, professor of pediatrics in the School of Medicine at the Health Science Center, identifies prenatal exposure to alcohol as…

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Report: Time can change benefits of therapies

Nurse Giving Patient Injection

Findings may affect follow-up treatments of breast cancer By Will Sansom After breast cancer surgery, women are prescribed adjuvant (or follow-up) therapies such as chemotherapy and endocrine drugs to reduce…

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