2020 Article Archive
Blood pressure readings taken from neuroscience intensive care unit (NSICU) patients had marked differences between opposite sides of the body and different anatomical sites in each individual
Scientists have long known that the mucus membranes that line the intestines, lungs, and other sites play a key role in protecting the body from systemic infection.
Cancer cells avoid an immune system attack after radiation by commandeering a cell signaling pathway that helps dying cells avoid triggering an immune response
Researchers at UT Southwestern Medical center have uncovered the detailed shape of a key protein involved in muscle contraction.
Kidney cancers that metastasize to the pancreas have a fundamentally different biology from those that metastasize elsewhere
A new drug combination discovered by the UT Southwestern Simmons Cancer Center may extend the effectiveness of a lung cancer treatment
Scientists at UTSW have developed a technology that shuttles nanoparticles carrying gene editing and protein replacement tools to the specific tissues where they're needed.
Nurses at UT Southwestern Medical Center have identified dozens of ways to reduce the risk of COVID-19 exposure.
The March 21 decision by NCCN to include the Simmons Cancer Center among its members recognizes Simmons Cancer Center’s elite status and will deepen its collaboration.
Friends, parents, and peers provide critical support system for adolescents and young adults with cancer
If not teamed with psychological, social, and emotional support, cancer news can negatively impact young patients’ emerging developmental needs and perspectives.