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Description: 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: Mays Cancer Center 1st floor Library, Grossman Building 7979 Wurzbach Road San Antonio, TX 78229...
This new support group is intended for women with a gynecological cancer. The meeting includes an educational opportunity followed by a time to share and discuss. Dr. Georgia McCann will be available to answer your questions. Free parking and light refreshments provided. Call 210-450-9099 for more information.
Ruben A. Mesa, M.D.
Ruben A. Mesa, M.D., director of the Mays Cancer Center, the newly named home to the UT Health San Antonio MD Anderson Cancer Center, has been named to the board of directors of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. view more
By Gregory J. Aune, M.D., Ph.D. For the Express-News
President Donald Trump’s signing of the Childhood Cancer Survivorship, Treatment, Access and Research, or STAR, Act on Tuesday represents a significant legislative achievement in the ongoing battle to improve outcomes for children afflicted with cancer. view more
New research indicates that younger men and women need to start thinking about scheduling a colonoscopy, News Radio 1200 WOAI reports.
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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