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Scientist looks at new therapies for pancreatic, liver cancers

Scientists are developing at new ways to specifically target tumors.

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Events raise funds for OMRF heart disease, stroke research

Fundraiser targets Oklahoma's number one killer of men and women

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Your best defense in summer heat: common sense

Grab a drink, find some shade and pace yourself to avoid heat-related issues.

OMRF scientist receives grant for promising Sjögren’s research.

New grant will investigate overlaps in autoimmune diseases

OMRF scientist receives grant for promising Sjögren’s research.

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State’s namesake musical benefits OMRF research

An Oklahoma family's generosity has helped fund cancer, heart studies.

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Will record rainfall bring more cases of West Nile?

Mosquitoes can transmit up to 1 million viruses in a single bite.

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OMRF scientists identify protein that could drive colon cancer process

Research team's new findings recently published in Nature Communications.

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OMRF scientist takes his research on the road

Researcher on week-long, border-to-border ride across the Sooner State.

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OMRF welcomes 60th class of Fleming Scholars

A dozen Oklahoma students will get a close-up look at OMRF research

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Scientists identify origins of process that is key to diabetes

OMRF's Lorin Olsen has pinpointed a cell that starts scarring in fatty tissue.

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