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U.S. News & World Report: AHA News: Decades-Long Heart Study Shows Longer Lives, Lower Cardiovascular Risks

Dr. Monica Serra, from the department of Medicine, division of Geriatrics, Gerontology and Palliative Medicine and the Sam and Ann Barshop Institute for Longevity and Aging Studies, is quoted in this story.

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KSAT 12: ‘It may save your life’: Oral cancer patient warns others not to skip dentist appointments

Dr. Tiffany Tavares, clinical assistant professor of oral medicine in the School of Dentistry, is featured in this story about oral cancer.

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San Antonio Report: BA.2 coronavirus subvariant detected in half of Bexar County cases

Dr. Marjorie David, Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, is quoted in this article about the BA.2 variant in Bexar County and how the UT Health San Antonio pathology lab is the only one in the county performing genome sequencing to determine variants of the coronavirus. 

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Houston Chronicle: UT Health (San Antonio), tech company partner to offer uninsured Texans free substance abuse treatment through app

Dr. Jennifer Potter, vice president for research and executive director of its Be Well Texas initiative, was quoted in this story.

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San Antonio Express-News: Using AI to help San Antonio radiologists reduce X-ray reading errors

Dr. Rajeev Suri and Dr. Kal Clark, Radiology, are featured in this story.

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