Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men in the U.S., killing one in every four males.
Fundraiser targets Oklahoma’s number one killer of men and women
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Heart disease strikes more Americans than any other condition—upward of 85 million people. But OMRF scientists are poised to change that statistic. Our researchers are making major strides in understanding the origins of heart disease. OMRF’s cardiovascular biologists study the biological processes at work in the heart that can lead to heart failure, as well […]