Norma Stroup suffered from a pelvic organ prolapse for 20 years before finding relief through a new surgical technique offered by physicians at UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas. Read More
Treating heart-attack patients earlier with a more aggressive regimen of cholesterol-lowering medicines may help diminish their chances of sustaining more complications later or dying after their heart attack, researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center Read More
Mice with specific genetic mutations exhibit behavior similar to human psychosis, report UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas researchers, providing further support to the notion of a genetic link to schizophrenia. Read More
DALLAS - Aug. 26, 2004 - A $12 million grant from the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation to UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas will allow researchers to continue the Dallas Heart Study, a groundbreaking investigation of cardiovascular disease involvin Read More
A new initiative at UT Southwestern encourages basic scientists and clinicians to work in concert to quickly and efficiently translate the knowledge gleaned in the laboratory to the development of new medical treatments. Read More
Three UT Southwestern doctors have been elected members of the American Society for Clinical Investigation: Read More
UT Southwestern researchers at the Southwestern Comprehensive Sickle Cell Center will launch over the next six months nine clinical studies aimed at advancing the understanding and treatment of sickle cell disease. "There have been many advance Read More
Ross Perot used the "bully pulpit" of two special events - a prestigious national awards ceremony in March and a featured hour-long "Larry King Live" program on CNN in July - to focus the nation's attention on UT Southwestern's leading research program Read More
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