Cellular recycling under attack

Cellular recycling under attack

Cancer researchers at UT Southwestern have identified how a top cancer-causing gene in humans attacks a cell’s natural recycling process and thereby encourages cancer growth to flourish. Read More

Newsmaker – January 2013

Newsmaker – January 2013

The Cornea Society recently bestowed its highest honor, the Castroviejo Medal, on Dr. James McCulley, Chairman of Ophthalmology. Read More

Gulf War illness linked to nervous system damage

Gulf War illness linked to nervous system damage

A UT Southwestern Medical Center-based study proves that Gulf War illness stems from damage to the body’s autonomic nervous system, which controls heart rate, sweating, digestion, sleep, and other bodily processes running in the background. Read More