Women’s Health

San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium begins today

December 4, 2012
 

The 35th annual CTRC-AACR San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium, where close to 7,500 researchers, clinicians and advocates from around the world are gathering to present and hear about the latest research, trends and topics of discussion in breast cancer, including drug trials and treatment methods.

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Air in expectant moms’ homes contains pesticides, border study finds

July 11, 2012
 

Low-cost, less-toxic pest control methods urged

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Harlingen study seeks to motivate breast cancer survivors to get fit

March 9, 2012
 

Do encouraging, personalized messages, received on a regular basis, inspire women to exercise after they’ve been treated for breast cancer?

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JAMA articles begin to explain mysteries of stillbirth

December 15, 2011
 

UT Medicine San Antonio obstetrician among leaders of the Stillbirth Collaborative Research Network

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Undernourishment in pregnancy and lactation found key to next generation’s diabetes

June 13, 2011
 

Study in primates establishes critical role that undernourishment in mothers-to-be and lactating females has in creating type 2 diabetes in offspring

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Women over 40: cancer risk and prevention

April 4, 2011
 

Ovarian, cervical and endometrial cancers have varying symptoms and treatments, and each is different in terms of what can be done do to prevent it.

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