The CDC reports that the number of Americans infected by insect-borne illnesses has more than tripled since 2004.
OMRF officials brought more than 110 long-time donors together from across the state to celebrate their dedicated supporters at the annual Loyal Donor Society reception.
While we celebrate mothers this weekend, scientists at the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation are working constantly to protect them.
For more than a decade, doctors could not pinpoint Xander’s symptoms. Then DNA sequencing helped researchers save his life.
For the 62nd straight year, the Mothers’s Clubs have donated to fund research at OMRF.
The goal of the new white paper is to create a dramatic shift in how lupus clinical trials are conducted so effective treatments can stand a chance to succeed.