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2019 Article Archive

Precision editing of gut bacteria reduces cancer in mice


UT Southwestern researchers have shown that precision editing of the bacterial populations in the gut reduces inflammation-associated colorectal cancer in mice.

UT Southwestern ranked No. 1 hospital in DFW by U.S. News & World Report, adding to multiple recognitions in 2019


For a third consecutive year, UT Southwestern Medical Center is the No. 1 hospital in Dallas-Fort Worth and No. 2 in Texas, according to U.S. News & World Report’s annual Best Hospitals listings released today.

JAMA study: How stroke patients can best control blood sugar


Aggressive methods for reducing high blood sugar following a severe stroke are not more effective than standard, lower risk treatments, according to a new study that offers clarity to a long-debated issue in stroke care.

Researchers find evidence a cancer drug may be extended to many more patients


Drugs currently used to treat less than 10 percent of breast cancer patients could have broader effectiveness in treating ovarian and prostate cancers.

Space research helps patients on Earth with low blood pressure condition


Researchers are publishing heart-related space research that helps us to understand the problem of low blood pressure.

‘I’m brave!’


Mrs. Hann’s optimism stems from advancements being made by a gene therapy program at UT Southwestern Medical Center where leading experts are engineering innovative treatments for some of the world’s rarest neurological diseases.

Lifetime Achievement award tops decades of work with patients and cancer groups


Dr. Phil Evans honored with Lifetime Achievement award for work with patients and cancer groups.

UT Southwestern joins Dallas, Texas, and the nation in mourning the loss of H. Ross Perot Sr., an inspiring leader and loyal benefactor


One of UT Southwestern Medical Center’s most steadfast benefactors for more than three decades, legendary Texan H. Ross Perot passed away July 9 at the age of 89, leaving an enduring legacy.

Study: Diagnosing depression rarely requires trip to psychiatrist


Review of 25,000 patients shows primary care doctors can detect, treat most cases with online help

Herring, Lee honored as ‘outstanding’ educators by UT System Board of Regents


Herring, Lee honored as ‘outstanding’ educators by UT System Board of Regents