A discovery by a scientist studying brain cancer at OMRF could be key to improving MS treatment.
Research being done in Oklahoma could impact the lives of those dealing with ovarian cancer.
OMRF has discovered a targeted therapy that could improve treatment and long-term outcomes for ovarian cancer.
OU Health has been awarded a $5.3 million federal grant to continue a partnership with OMRF and the VA on research into the biology of aging and the role it plays in the onset of diseases like cancer and diabetes.
It marked the 45th consecutive year Putnam City Schools have supported cancer research at OMRF.
An Oklahoma teenager battling cancer was given just weeks to live – that was more than 50 years ago.