We are an NCI-designated research center that moves laboratory discoveries into viable patient treatment options. Our research saves lives. We have been involved in the development of multiple cancer therapies now used worldwide. Our research scientists work with our clinical care physicians to develop cutting-edge therapies for our patients and their families. We train the next generation of cancer researchers through post-doctoral, graduate and college programs and high school mentorships.
YWCA and UT Health San Antonio Support Group is for women. We provide information, resources, emotional support, healthy tips and guest speakers. A time for women to share concerns, ask question and learn from each other.
This conference is a comprehensive summary of the most up-to-date research and clinical data presented at the 2018 American Society of Clinical Oncology’s (ASCO®) Annual Meeting. Topics to be presented include Palliative and Supportive Care, Neuro Oncology, Breast Cancer-Metastatic, Hematologic Malignancies, Lung Cancer/Thoracic, Gastrointestinal Cancers, New Therapeutics, Gynecology Oncology, GU Oncology, and Breast Oncology-Adjuvant.
March is National Nutrition Month and to celebrate the Mays Cancer Center's dietitian will be hosting an information table about healthy eating. Stop by to meet the dietitian and get your questions answered. While there register to win a door prize. Look for the dietitian at various locations around the Cancer Center each Monday of March. ...
This story was published in the San Antonio Express-News March 4.
By Elaine Ayala
Ask Latinos what disease is most likely to claim their lives, and their answers are likely to be cardiovascular disease or death by diabetes.
While heart disease remains the leading cause of death for non-Hispanic whites, in 2009 cancer replaced heart disease as the No. 1 killer of U.S. Latinos. And the numbers are climbing. From 2000 to 2014, the group’s cancer rates went up by 72 percent. view more
The Mays Family Foundation is increasing its legacy gift supporting the UT Health San Antonio Cancer Center to $30 million.
Read the full story at The Cancer Letter
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The UT Health San Antonio Cancer Center will be renamed the Mays Cancer Center at UT Health San Antonio following a $25 million gift bestowed on the cancer center by the Mays Family Foundation.
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"We are delighted to honor the Mays Cancer Center for its 40 years of life-changing work and support its aspirations for the future."Lowry Mays, San Antonio community leader and donor to the Mays Cancer Center