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New UTSW Research Could Pave the Way for Future Studies into the Role of Genetics in Obesity

In a recent study in mice, a genetic mutation was shown to result in obesity, even with normal diet and activity.
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UTSW Is Part of a National Initiative to Advance Brain Tumor Treatment and Diagnosis

Progress in treating nervous system tumors has lagged, but this collaboration aims to use big data to improve outcomes.
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Texas Is the Liver Cancer Capital of the Country

UTSW is launching an initiative to improve screening and catch the disease earlier.
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Innovation

The Local Oncology Innovator ‘Smashing’ Drug Development Timelines

Lantern Pharma is using big data and artificial intelligence to get treatments to patients in a fraction of the time.
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Research Reluctance: COVID-19 Is Keeping Kids Away From Participating in Studies

Child obesity research from Texas Health Resources and UT Southwestern is in danger of not being completed because of a lack of participants.

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Reversing the Trend: Making Clinical Trials More Diverse

Kerwin Medical Center in Dallas is making it easier for diverse populations to participate in its new Alzheimer's trial.
By Shefali Konda
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Signify Health Is Moving Pediatric Cancer Trials Into the Home

The experimental treatment is allowing immunocompromised children with leukemia to avoid facilities full of sick people.
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UTSW’s ‘Game-Changer’ in Treating Meth Addiction

New research finds that a combination of existing drug therapies offers a significant improvement to treating the epidemic.
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UT Southwestern’s Dallas Heart and Mind Study Partners with Perspectum

The long-standing and ongoing study will use MRI technology to measure the impact of chronic liver disease.
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Coronavirus

Baylor Scott and White Is Breaking Ground With New COVID-19 Trials

BSW's Research Institute is running dozens of studies to treat the physical effects of the virus. Up next – the emotional and mental impact.