A four-organization biotech team led by San Antonio-based nonprofit BioBridge Global (BBG) won a $7.8 million contract from the Medical Technology Enterprise Consortium (MTEC), a biomedical technology association that collaborates with multiple government agencies under an agreement with the U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command (USAMRMC).
For patients who suffer from peripheral vascular disease (PVD), there’s a promising option being developed in San Antonio that could help improve blood flow, and ultimately, prevent amputations.
There is a mismatch between what creates “health” and how we allocate our overall health spending.
As a surgical oncologist, Dr. George Peoples Jr. removed precisely 4,786 tumors.
Texas’ population is as diverse as its geography, but one thing remains constant: Texas, like the nation at large, is growing older.
El viernes pasado, el académico, psiquiatra y ex rector de la Universidad Autónoma de México (UNAM) Juan Ramón de la Fuente dio una plática en San Antonio sobre la perspectiva binacional del uso de las drogas.
The chairman of the Texas Senate Health and Human Services Committee and other high-ranking Republicans on Tuesday expressed little interest in expanding publicly funded insurance coverage to low-income Texans, suggesting the issue is unlikely to gain traction when the state Legislature convenes in January.
DALLAS — Ensuring that children and other vulnerable Texans are not left behind as the state grows should be the focus of the next legislative session, Texas House Speaker Joe Straus said on Tuesday.
What happens when a baby is born premature and the mother isn’t able to produce breast milk?
Texas’ rate of uninsured people fell to 17.1% in 2015 as part of a steady decline in the share of uninsured residents following the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, according to new Census estimates released Tuesday.