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“As this fourth wave begins in force, our radar is down,” Texas Medical Center CEO William McKeon said in a Tuesday conference call with reporters. “We have only a fraction of the testing…. We’re going to be running much more blind to the spread of delta variant in our community.”
Texas Children’s Pavilion for Women® is proud to announce plans for a $201 million expansion in the Texas Medical Center. This phased, multi-year expansion will allow the preeminent women’s health care destination to continue providing the highest-quality care possible to those in Houston and across the country.
The Texas Medical Center is working to build institutes that foster collaboration across all 61 member institutions. These institutes were selected following a strategic planning meeting in January 2014 during which member institutions CEOs, city and community leaders gathered to discuss the future of life sciences.
This #OperationSong spotlights “Good Co-Pilot,” based on the experience of World War II and Korean War Veteran Richard Stroud. https://t.co/TIVwRzpC6k
Being a caregiver can be overwhelming. But it's important to also make time for yourself. Take care of yourself with these tips: https://t.co/gNYpDmKm6u #EndCancer https://t.co/6aQHSQqaun
The 2021 Veterans Health Administration (VHA) Innovation Experience (iEX) Virtual Series registration is open! https://t.co/rJ9KKrc9FV
Tea is thought to have many health benefits, but can it help reduce your risk of cancer? Read what our wellness dietician Lindsey Wohlford wants you to know about tea and cancer prevention: https://t.co/1R65Tb4y9f #EndCancer https://t.co/xeNannBstp
When it comes to breakthrough COVID-19 cases, Dr. Pedro Piedra has two things he wants people to know. https://t.co/nzOpiKWoTo #COVID19 #breakthroughcases
Rose Solak has volunteered her time to serve Veterans in the Detroit area for four decades. She began volunteering in 1981 after her brother, a former Marine, passed away. “They served our country and now it’s our time to serve them.” https://t.co/YdVxPrdUtj
“When I was diagnosed, I didn’t panic at all because I knew I was in good hands,” says MD Anderson employee and ovarian cancer survivor Marivic So. #OvarianCancer #EndCancer https://t.co/0ve9iNJcFF
Avocados are shown to decrease low-density lipoprotein levels. Reducing this kind of cholesterol promotes long-term cardiac health! #NationalAvocadoDay https://t.co/AGPJ6yMZjE
New cases and hospitalizations from COVID-19 are continuing to rise throughout the state. Dr. @PeterHotez weighs in. https://t.co/UrlwABGIYm #COVID19 #COVID19Cases
Characterization of perfusion decellularized whole animal body, isolated organs, and multi-organ systems for tissue engineering applications | #THIPubs @CHM_RMR @dralourdeschac1 @PhysRep https://t.co/G7JmYTxc1c https://t.co/ag4rFJGSOp
Are delta variant symptoms different from previous COVID-19 variants? Which vaccine best protects you? Dr. @JillWeather and other experts answer these and other @HoustonChronicle reader questions. https://t.co/MZuUFecgSQ #COVID19 #DeltaVariant