UT Southwestern Medical Center surgeons have completed the first single-incision Lap-Band weight-loss surgery in Texas. Read More
Doctors need not go straight to Caesarean section when delivering twins, but can start with vaginal delivery of the first twin in many cases, researchers have found in a study led by UT Southwestern Medical Center. Read More
UT Southwestern scientists are conducting research sponsored by the National Institutes of Health on the effect of excess body weight on liver health. To qualify, participants must be either African-American or His Read More
DALLAS – Oct. 22, 2008 – The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation announced today that it has awarded a UT Southwestern Medical Center scientist a grant to pursue innovative vaccine research.The $100,000 grant to Read More
Conventional wisdom has been that respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) — a common virus that causes infection in the lungs — comes and goes in children without any long lasting impact Read More
A single molecule in the intestinal wall, activated by the waste products from gut bacteria, plays a large role in controlling whether the host animals are lean or fatty, a research team, including scientists from UT Southwestern Medical Center, has found Read More
Adding corticosteroids to traditional antimicrobial therapy might help people with pneumonia recover more quickly than with antibiotics alone, UT Southwestern Medical Center scientists have found. Read More
UT Southwestern Medical Center has partnered with Susan G. Komen for the Cure and will be collecting blood samples at the Dallas Komen Race on Oct. 18 at NorthPark Center for use in breast cancer research. Read More
The buildings on the 24-acre Exchange Park site in Dallas, which was recently acquired by UT Southwestern Medical Center, have been renamed the Paul M. Bass Administrative and Clinical Center, medical center officials announced today. Read More
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