The four-year agreement calls for MD Anderson to provide $3.3 million in funding for infrastructure and operations, curriculum development and dissemination, and program and technologic support.
AUSTIN (KXAN) — More than one-third of Texas children ages 2-18 are considered overweight or obese, and in Austin’s poorer neighborhoods the rate can be two-thirds of those kids.
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Save the date for our annual Lectureship in Child Health, featuring Dr. Barry Popkin.
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