Feature Article
Study shows MRI technique improves detection of aggressive prostate cancer

 

This means that by detecting changes in the condition of prostate cancer patients more accurately, physicians can move ahead quicker with potentially life-saving treatment. 


Tops-in-Texas School of Dentistry moves up in world rankings
 

The School of Dentistry moved up three spots to 34th in the annual Academic Ranking of World Universities, also called the ShanghaiRanking, in the category of Dentistry & Oral Sciences.


COVID-19 vaccines available for those 12 years and older
 

UT Health San Antonio is dedicated to protecting the community by providing COVID-19 vaccines to everyone 12 years and older. 


Third dose COVID-19 vaccines for immunocompromised
 

MyChart users who are eligible to receive a third COVID-19 vaccine can schedule their vaccine now. Currently, only those patients who are immunocompromised are eligible.


Uplifting U.S. Latinos to improve health and our nation
 

It is essential to lift the nation’s Latino population from obscurity to the forefront of health care, public health intervention and societal presence, three professors from UT Health San Antonio argue in a commentary published by the Journal of the American Medical Association.


Events »
Sept. 16: HealthyU Webcast Series: Lead a better lifestyle with primary care
 

Ramon Cancino, MD, director of primary care at UT Health Physicians, will share the top tips he gives patients on leading happier, healthier lifestyles.


Sept. 20: Greehey Children's Cancer Research Institute's 3rd Annual Gold Ribbon Evening
 

During this virtual event, hear from researchers about the latest breakthroughs in pediatric cancer research and how today's discoveries are translated into tomorrow's therapies.


In the News »
MySA.com: 'It is a concern': Respiratory illnesses on the rise in San Antonio

Jan Patterson, MD, Infectious Diseases, is quoted in this story about respiratory illnesses on the rise in San Antonio.


KSAT 12 Q&A: How to talk to loved ones about COVID-19 despite opposing views

Luz M. Garcini, PhD, MPH, Center for Research to Advance Community Health (ReACH), was the guest for KSAT 12’s Q&A segment.


News 4: UT Health San Antonio explains the dangers of ivermectin

Gregory Yu, MD, Emergency Medicine, was interviewed for this News 4 story and explained the dangers of the drug ivermectin to treat COVID-19.


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