The road from laboratory discoveries to drugs to treat patients might more accurately be described as a treacherous mountain path. Many experiments that appear promising in a Petri dish don’t work in mice. And compounds that are safe and effective in rodents won’t necessarily prove out in people. The U.S. drug industry’s trade organization, the […]
Brain cancer survivor Mike Schuster celebrates a milestone he never thought possible.
Doctors at the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation are celebrating what could become a breakthrough in brain cancer treatment.
The drug treats fast-growing, deadly brain cancers with no effective treatment.
In a new study, the OMRF compound OKN-007 is being combined with the current standard-of-care medication for glioblastoma.
Glioblastoma is an aggressive form of brain cancer with no cure, but a new OMRF discovery offers hope.