DALLAS - Nov. 30, 2004 - A potential vaccine for the deadly toxin ricin, a "Category B" biological agent, will enter the first phase of clinical testing in coming weeks at UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas. Read More
DALLAS - Oct. 20, 2004 - Two faculty members at UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas - one specializing in genetics and heart disease and the other in urologic illness - were elected Monday to the Institute of Medicine, a component of the pres Read More
DALLAS - Nov. 25, 2004 - A protein that the heart produces during its development could be redeployed after a heart attack to help the organ repair itself, researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas have found. Read More
DALLAS - 17 de nov. de 2004 - Investigadores de UT Southwestern Medical Center en Dallas buscan pacientes para participar en estudios médicos sobre riesgo de cáncer de mama, tiña en cuero cabelludo e incontinencia urinaria. Todas l Read More
DALLAS - Nov. 11, 2004 - People in search of pain relief who take the generic anti-inflammatory etodolac suffer 60 percent fewer gastrointestinal complications than those who take similar drugs, according to researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Cente Read More
FORT WORTH - Nov. 10, 2004 - UT Southwestern Moncrief Cancer Center this week began treating patients with a TomoTherapy system utilizing image-guided radiation therapy (IGRT). Moncrief is the first cancer center in Texas to offer radiation treatment d Read More
The University of Colorado Board of Regents has named Dr. Kathryn Bloch Horwitz its 2004 distinguished professor, the highest honor it can bestow. Read More
Two Zale Lipshy University Hospital nurses - a Vietnamese refugee who learned French and English so he could make good in America and an American who chose nursing so she could help serve others in places like Sudan - have won the admiration of their p Read More
Darcy Owen of Amarillo received frightening news during a routine pregnancy sonogram a few months ago. The left side of her son's heart was not forming properly, and he would need very specialized care immediately after birth to survive. Read More
Dr. Nancy Olsen, a recently recruited professor of internal medicine in the division of rheumatic diseases, has been named the first holder of the McGee Foundation Distinguished Professorship in Arthritis Research. Read More
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