The San Antonio Area Foundation created the inaugural capital grants process to honor the late John L. Santikos with naming rights opportunities from nonprofits doing work that aligns with Santikos’ areas of interest.
With an investment of $5 million in 2017 bond money, the UT Health Science Center’s Cancer Therapy and Research Center in San Antonio could complete its new partnership with Houston’s MD Anderson Cancer Center and stop thousands of San Antonians from leaving the city to seek treatment elsewhere.
Not every smoker that’s trying to quit has a support network or cheerleader to inspire them to kick their tobacco addiction.
Editor’s Note: The following story was distributed by University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio on Thursday, Aug.
The Hispanic Dental Association is having its 25th annual conference in San Antonio through Sunday.
Cytocentrics, a German biotech and robotics company that is transforming laboratory testing of how pharmaceutical agents interact with human cells, is moving to San Antonio with plans to establish manufacturing operations here and create 300 high wage jobs over the next five years.
“People overestimate their height, women underestimate their weight – and everybody overestimates how much they exercise,” quipped Dr. Griffin P. Rodgers as he presented the annual Frank Bryant Jr. M.D. Memorial Lecture in Medical Ethics, held Tuesday night at University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.
The University of Texas Health Science Center’s Cancer Therapy and Research Center (CTRC) received a surprise 40th birthday gift during its reunion dinner Wednesday night when family representatives of the Mays Family Foundation presented a $5 million check to CTRC representatives.
Myelodysplasia: When your bone marrow doesn’t do what it’s supposed to do and doesn’t produce blood cells properly.
If you ask any number of veterans what their experience was during combat, you’ll get a variety of answers.