Bravery comes in the shape of a preschooler in a pink tutu. The 3-year-old fought her way through countless surgeries after a vicious dog attack left her with near-fatal injuries.
What used to be called adult-onset diabetes is now hitting children at alarming rates. While San Antonio bears the burden of being the epicenter for diabetes, it is also a hotbed for research.
There is no one better to give future health care providers pointers on working with patients than patients themselves. These just happen to be trained actors working off a script.
Research findings offer hope for a pill to someday treat alcoholic fatty liver disease.
The Long School of Medicine was recognized as a finalist for the Spencer Foreman Award for Outstanding Community Service by the Association of American Medical Colleges.
A record attendance helped raise more than $500,000 at the annual President’s Gala to establish the Peggy and Lowry Mays Patient Care Endowment.
Student-faculty clinics at Haven for Hope provide emergency dental care and vaccines and treat chronic pain and skin ailments. They also offer students lessons in empathy.
Trauma surgeons Ronald Stewart, M.D. ’85, and Lillian Liao, M.D., M.P.H. ’04, respond to emergency calls routinely. But this call, of a mass shooting in nearby Sutherland Springs, made U.S. history.
For the U.S., 1968 was a year of moments that changed the world. In San Antonio, the year witnessed the dedication of one of the community’s most far-reaching prizes, The University of Texas Medical School at San Antonio.
The specter of physician burnout, depression and suicide leads to change in training future doctors.