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Texas Biomed starting process for new lab to study lethal infections

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Inspired by War Zones, Balloon Device May Save Civilians From Fatal Blood Loss

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The Mission

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November 11, 2007
L.A. Lorek Express-News Business Writer San Antonio's military and civilian medical experts are positioning the city as one of the nation's major centers for trauma research and treatment. "From a military ... More

October 4, 2007
By Don Finley Express-News Medical Writer One thousand San Antonio children would be followed from the womb — and in some cases, from conception — to their 21st birthday as part of the biggest ... More

August 30, 2007
Sean M. Wood Express-News Business Writer San Antonio-based Mission Pharmacal Co. has struck a deal to sell its Citracal brand to Bayer HealthCare, freeing family-owned Mission to focus on new products ... More

August 20, 2007
SAN ANTONIO, TX The Diversity Health Care Program of Mexico today accredited Methodist Healthcare facilities as Hispanic Healthcare Hospitals, making them the first and only hospitals in the United States ... More

August 13, 2007
San Antonio Business Journal The Southwest Foundation for Biomedical Research (SFBR) received a $1 million gift from the AT&T Foundation that will allow the research institute's AT&T Genomics ... More

August 3, 2007
San Antonio Business Journal The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio has been ranked the top Hispanic-serving institution for attracting federal research dollars, according to a report ... More

July 11, 2007
San Antonio Business Journal The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has selected the Texas Research Park as one of five finalists for a $500 million national laboratory that will focus on biological ... More

March 20, 2007
Innovation Texas When the federal government issued its list of possible sites for a massive new lab to study potential bioterror threats and animal diseases that could cross into humans, San Antonio ... More

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