In the News
Friday, July 31
Baylor cancer program receives elite national status
Traditional pap smears may soon be replaced
My heart. The surgery. And the hardware keeping me alive.
New grant will help develop vaccine to treat deadly Chagas disease
KPRC NBC 2
Baylor College of Medicine becomes distinguished cancer center
KUHF 88.7 FM
Baylor’s cancer center gets top designation from National Cancer Institute
The Cancer Letter
Baylor earns comprehensive designation; Tisch Institute becomes NCI Cancer Center
KUHF Houston Matters
Medicare and Medicaid: Past, present and future in Texas
Should parents pay to bank baby's cord blood?
Should you take an aspirin a day for your heart?
Wednesday, July 29
Lufkin Daily News
Hudson alumnus interns at Baylor College of Medicine summer research program
The San Diego Union Tribune
Chargers enter camp with new doctor
Sports medicine experts applaud new spine injury guidelines
Healthcare IT News
Can the Health IT Safety Center succeed?
Medical News Today
In economic powers, major causes of death and disease converge on poor people
Medical Marketing & Media
Biotech Report: Will Gene Therapy Go Mainstream?
Tuesday, July 28
KTRK ABC 13
Cancer Survivor Donates Bell To Symbolize End Of Treatment For Patients
No VTE Risk Seen with Testosterone Therapy
Clinical Oncology News
EBV-Specific T Cells Offer Potential New Immunotherapy
Your Houston News
CHI St. Luke’s Health hospitals honored with ‘lifeline achievement’ award
Monday, July 27
Rotary's efforts target polio
Hiring outlook for physician assistants remains positive
Lex Frieden on the ADA and the Past, Present, and Future of Disability Rights
Did these researchers just create an autistic computer program?
Friday, July 24
Rotary clubs played major part in Nigeria's polio-free milestone
How the US and China compete for influence in Africa