It seems like there are more births by cesarean section these days than, say, 20 years ago when my kids were born (both by C-section). Is this my imagination?
New approach shows promise for arthritis relief
There are no approved treatments for osteoarthritis, which affects an estimated 50 million Americans.
OMRF scientists discover potential target for lymphedema therapy
A recent discovery by scientists at OMRF could aid in the development of potential therapies for lymphedema.
Oklahoma researchers solve a genetic mystery—and save a teen’s life
For more than a decade, doctors could not pinpoint Xander’s symptoms. Then DNA sequencing helped researchers save his life.
The “mad” scientist: fact or fiction?
Like many fictional characters, the mad scientist figure has its basis in real life.
OMRF adds two to its board
The semiannual board meeting was held on Wednesday.