This continues the Mays Cancer Center’s legacy as one of only four NCI-Designated Cancer Centers in South Texas and one of 71 in the U.S.
UT Health San Antonio and its clinical partner University Health System are on the front lines working to find new treatments for COVID-19.
With more sports teams from UTSA approaching the return of their season, the School of Nursing stepped up to help with high-volume COVID-19 testing.
The pandemic has led to an outbreak of stress, anxiety, lack of motivation and loneliness. Consider these coping mechanisms to shake the blues during this uncertain time.
In this video, Erika Ibarra, a 32-year-old surgical resident, explains the fear and uncertainty she faced during her fight against the virus.
The Mays Cancer Center invites you to connect with breast cancer experts who will discuss cancer prevention and screening topics.
Share words of encouragement and support for all staff and providers at UT Health San Antonio.
Learn more about the UT Health San Antonio COVID-19 Response Fund.
Dr. Alvaro Moreira, Pediatrics, discussed the possible causes of the summertime spike in COVID-19 cases in children.
Dr. Monica Verduzco-Gutierrez, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, was interviewed about her leading efforts to open the first COVID-19 rehabilitation clinic in South Texas to help survivors.
Dr. Jan Patterson, Infectious Diseases, was a guest on “The Source” answering various questions about COVID-19 including topics such as vaccine development, masking, myths and morbidity.