Stories and Insights
How to select the right cancer center for you or your loved one begins with knowing that the best cancer care is within your reach.
While it’s exciting to learn you’re having twins, multiple pregnancies carry added concerns for the woman and her babies, a UT Southwestern doctor in Dallas explains.
Blood thinners can help people with atrial fibrillation avoid stroke, but all anticoagulants carry some risks of their own.
Music therapy sessions at UT Southwestern can include singing, songwriting, lyric interpretation, and improvisation.
A doula’s role is to offer non-medical support to a woman so she can achieve the childbirth experience she envisions.
Dr. Kami Banks discusses why African-Americans face a higher risk of heart disease, and how to lower that risk.
Colon cancer diagnoses are decreasing in the United States. Dr. Mansour and Dr. Beg explain the causes and what they’ve observed at UT Southwestern.
If you are severely overweight and want to become pregnant, you need a plan that might include bariatric surgery. A UT Southwestern doctor gives you 3 things to think about.
Genetic testing allows UT Southwestern cardiologists to focus on patients' individual cardiovascular care.
Recent commentaries in the New York Times and Forbes lament the slow adoption by oncologists of a method of administering chemotherapy that’s been shown in several randomized controlled trials to improve survival in women afflicted with ovarian cancer.