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How to avoid vocal strain

How to avoid vocal strain

Dr. Ted Mau, a laryngologist with Parkland Hospital System and Director of the Voice Center at U-T Southwestern Medical Center, talks about the larynx and avoiding vocal strain. Read More

Study: SBRT delivers 98.6% cure rate at five-year follow-up

Study: SBRT delivers 98.6% cure rate at five-year follow-up

A five-year study showed that stereotactic body radiation therapy to treat prostate cancer offers a higher cure rate than more traditional approaches, according to researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center Harold C. Simmons Comprehensive Cancer Center Read More

Scientist receives grant

Scientist receives grant

Dr. Hao Zhu, a scientist at Children’s Medical Center Research Institute at UT Southwestern, has won a $750,000 grant from Stand Up to Cancer for his research on connections between injury, regeneration and cancer. Zhu is an assistant professor in inter Read More

Are You at Risk for a Heart Attack?

Are You at Risk for a Heart Attack?

When it comes to preventing a heart attack, giving birth two or three times seems to be the sweet spot. Any less or any more is associated with roughly double the risk of heart disease, per new research from UT Southwestern Medical Center. Read More

Family Medicine Residency Program a Big Deal

Family Medicine Residency Program a Big Deal

Among some of the highlights of the rural training curriculum are access to high quality subspecialty teaching and patient care through telemedicine links to current faculty and to graduates of the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School programs. Read More

Researchers evaluating HIV’s hidden heart threats

Researchers evaluating HIV’s hidden heart threats

“The study is really important because we don’t recognize how much inflammation related to HIV may be accelerating [patients’] risk of having heart disease,” said Dr. Mamta Jain, associate professor of internal medicine at UT Southwestern Medical Read More