UT Health San Antonio is now offering online vaccine scheduling to all (1A/1B) members of our community who meet current eligibility requirementsoutlined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as well as the state.
The Mays Cancer Center has prioritized offering the COVID-19 vaccine to its patients and is conducting an observational study to better understand how the immune system responds to the vaccine in patients with cancer.
UT Health San Antonio and its Mays Cancer Center received the award to recruit Alexander Mazin, PhD, a senior, highly accomplished biochemist and cancer biologist currently at Drexel University College of Medicine.
Bladder cancer is more aggressive and more advanced in South Texas residents than in many parts of the country, a study by the Mays Cancer Center indicates. The disease is also deadlier in Latinos and women, regardless of where they live nationwide, according to the research.
In the midst of a year battling the COVID-19 pandemic, San Antonio and Texas went through a week of subzero wind chill in February 2021 resulting in no water, no power and no heat. And, as has become the norm, our UT Health San Antonio community mobilized on a heroic scale.
UT Health San Antonio and its Mays Cancer Center received a $6 million award from the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas to recruit Alexander Mazin, PhD, a senior, highly accomplished biochemist and cancer biologist.
Barbara Robles-Ramamurthy, MD, and Jessica Sandoval, MD, Psychiatry, offered some tips for how to best cope in the aftermath of the February 2021 winter storm in this opinion piece published in the San Antonio Express-News.