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Eloise Caggiano (left), Avon Walk for Breast Cancer program director, presents an oversized check for $100,000 to Sandra Costilla (right), a patient navigator at the Institute for Health Promotion Research.Ralph DeFronzo, M.D, is principal investigator of the San Antonio study site for the GRADE Study, which will compare the effectiveness of four approved diabetes medications in combination with metformin, the most common first-line medication for treating Type 2 diabetes.Fred Poordad, M.D., is lead author of the study that shows the new oral medication for hepatitis C has cured and is more easily tolerated by 90 percent of patients than the previous treatment.
Kent Thornburg, Ph.D., professor of medicine at the Knight Cardiovascular Institute of Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU)Francisco González-Scarano, M.D., discussed his specialty of neurology with students from Health Careers High School.William L. Henrich, M.D., MACP, told students about a Texas doctor’s discovery regarding stem cell transplants that has helped improve leukemia treatment for thousands of patients.
Michael Wargovich, Ph.D., is director of the Graduate Certificate in Cancer Prevention program. The CCP can be an alternative for health professionals who do not have time to complete a master’s or doctoral degree, and can supplement the education of graduate students, fellows and others who want additional training in cancer prevention.Marmosets have evolved to have twins, triplets or quadruplets rather than single births. Suzette Tardif, Ph.D., has been studying the animal’s multiple-birth success to gain a better understanding of how early life programming may affect the biology of long-term health.

Cardiologist Manoj Panday, M.D., is one of the first South Texas physicians trained in implanting a new type of heart defibrillator that is safer for patients because it can be implanted within the chest wall instead of screwing one or more leads into the heart, which can cause complications.

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