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Why does a new study on depression have people asking their doctors about their SSRI medications? Will sequencing the human genome soon be affordable for almost everyone? On Petrie Dish, join host and veteran reporter Bonnie Petrie for deep dives into a wide range of bioscience and medicine stories.

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Why does a new study on depression have people asking their doctors about their SSRI medications? Will sequencing the human genome soon be affordable for almost everyone? On Petrie Dish, join host and veteran reporter Bonnie Petrie for deep dives into a wide range of bioscience and medicine stories.

    Science & Medicine: Be Well, Texas

    Science & Medicine: Be Well, Texas

    Be Well Texas is revolutionizing how substance use disorder is treated in Texas.

    • 2 min
    Science & Medicine: Improving trauma care on the battlefield and at home

    Science & Medicine: Improving trauma care on the battlefield and at home

    TRC4 is a collaborative at UT Health San Antonio in partnership with the Department of Defense and the entire UT System to address an urgent need for improved trauma care both on the battlefield and at home.

    • 2 min
    Exploring what the 'NOVIDs' can teach us

    Exploring what the 'NOVIDs' can teach us

    It’s been more than four years since COVID changed our lives, and scientists are still trying to figure out why this novel coronavirus makes some people so sick, and others never get it.

    • 33 min
    Science & Medicine: Improving knee replacement outcomes

    Science & Medicine: Improving knee replacement outcomes

    Blood flow restriction ahead of surgery could be key.

    • 2 min
    Science & Medicine: Whole blood ambulances

    Science & Medicine: Whole blood ambulances

    For the last five years, first responders all over the world have been watching San Antonio.

    • 2 min
    Science & Medicine: APOBECs and the fight against cancer

    Science & Medicine: APOBECs and the fight against cancer

    One of the handiest tools in our immune system is an enzyme called apolipoprotein B mRNA-editing enzyme, catalytic polypeptide — better known as APOBECs.

    • 2 min

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The Truth about SSRIs

Well researched and coherently presented

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Petrie Dish

What an interesting, well-researched, easily understandable series. Thankyou for broadening our understanding of such a complex virus. We ultimately know so little of the effects that can wreak such havoc globally.

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Compelling story and wonderful presentation.

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