When it comes to vaccination rates, men are lagging behind.
Research being done in Oklahoma could impact the lives of those dealing with ovarian cancer.
Researchers from OU, OU Health and OMRF have detected mutations in the genes of SARS-CoV-2 samples taken from sewage collected across Oklahoma last month.
Now that hundreds of thousands of Oklahomans have been vaccinated, many are wondering how and when they can return to normal, pre-pandemic life.
Researchers at OMRF helped develop a drug that brings relief to patients with sickle cell disease.
Once a patient is finished fighting COVID-19, their battle might not be over, as some effects could linger and even be worse than the virus itself.