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    With this week's gift of $98,000, Putnam City Schools top $3.2 million in donations to cancer research at OMRF. After decades of bake sales, car washes, carnivals and in-school competitions, PC students stay focused on their target: a cure for cancer.
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    Dr. Rodger McEver's four-year National Institutes of Health grant renewal marks the start of the 29th year of his project--quite an achievement. Five total renewals awarded to four OMRF scientists total $14.2 million in research support.
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    OMRF's research tower received the 2014 award for best research laboratory from S-Lab, an international group of laboratory designers and managers, at the group's “Supporting World Class Science” conference in London.
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    From preschool to high school, children need plenty of sleep to perform well in school. Lack of sleep can lead to health and even behavioral problems, as well as affect a student's ability to make good grades
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    While people everywhere are pouring icy water on their heads to raise awareness of ALS, an OMRF scientist is working hard to find new treatments for the deadly neurological disease.
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    Vitamin D, the "sunshine vitamin," protects the body from disease and strengthens bones. Researchers also are learning how low levels of the nutrient may affect symptoms of autoimmune diseases like lupus, rheumatoid arthritis and multiple sclerosis.
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    Study shows retirement savers also more likely to deal with health issues.
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    The Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation has worked since 1946 to understand a variety of diseases.
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