Our breast cancer team offers access to the country’s most advanced treatment options and clinical trials. We are a multidisciplinary team of physicians, surgeons and radiation oncologists that are focused on prevention, early detection and treatment of breast cancer.
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.
Yoga has been shown to increase physical fitness while reducing stress and anxiety. This weekly gentle yoga class focuses on flexibility, balance and proper breathing techniques. Wear comfortable clothing. Mats available but bring your own if you prefer.
Location: CTRC, 1st floor Zeller Building 7979 Wurzbach Road San Antonio, Texas 78229
The Center for Innovative Drug Discovery (CIDD), a joint program of the UT Health Science Center San Antonio and The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA), is receiving a $4,598,728 grant from the Cancer Prevention & Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT). The grant, announced Aug. 17, will support CIDD research to design more-effective cancer drugs through small-molecule drug discovery. view more
Partners Shopping Card, CTRC
The CTRC Council, a nonprofit organization providing volunteer opportunities and fundraising to support the Cancer Therapy & Research Center, is holding its annual Partners Shopping Card event Oct. 21-30. view more
Trustees of the Max and Minnie Tomerlin Voelcker Fund voted to give Young Investigator Awards totaling $1.35 million to three rising stars at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.
The junior faculty members are in the School of Medicine and study cancer. Each will receive $450,000 over the next three years to develop innovative lines of research to make preliminary discoveries that may result in bringing substantial National Institutes of Health-funded research to San Antonio. view more