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June 23: COVID-19 Vaccine Ethics: Passports, Mandates, Incentives and Ethical Principles for Global Allocation

Join the Center for Medical Humanities and Ethics for a virtual “Conversations About Ethics” event on COVID-19 vaccine ethics featuring Lawrence O. Gostin, professor and director of the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law at Georgetown Law. This virtual event is free and open to the public.

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Congratulations, graduates!

For the first time in its 53-year history, UT Health San Antonio celebrated a combined, all-school commencement May 22 at the Alamodome. 2021 commencement photos are available for free download through June 26.

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Yahoo! Finance: Metal ions help COVID-19 virus to disguise itself, study shows

Yogesh Gupta, PhD, and other UT Health San Antonio researchers are reporting a mechanism by which the COVID-19 virus takes advantage of changes in metal ion concentrations to disguise itself.

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Texas Public Radio: An expert answers teens’ questions about the Pfizer vaccine

Barbara Taylor, MD, Infectious Diseases, answers questions about the Pfizer vaccine in the wake of a troubling increase in more severe cases of COVID-19 among teens.

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KSAT 12: COVID-19 vaccine can be taken at same time, within 14 days of other vaccines, CDC says

Ruth Berggren, MD, MACP, Infectious Diseases/Center for Medical Humanities and Ethics, spoke to KSAT 12 TV audiences on the topic that the COVID-19 vaccine can be taken at the same time as other vaccines, according to the CDC.

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