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OU Health Stephenson Cancer Center Expanding to Tulsa to Serve Northeast Oklahoma

OU Health Stephenson Cancer Center today announced its expansion to the University of Oklahoma-Tulsa, marking a significant milestone in providing access to research-driven cancer care to northeastern Oklahoma...

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Potential New Treatment Option for Diabetic Retinopathy

Patients with diabetes face a host of potential health problems as they work to manage the chronic disease. Still, one concern that seems to weigh heavily is the risk of losing their sight through...
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Newly Published Study Reveals Effects of Obesity and Metabolic Syndrome on Breast Cancer

Both obesity and metabolic syndrome – a cluster of conditions like high blood pressure and high blood sugar – increase the risk of breast cancer, but in differing ways for different...
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OU Receives Grant to Fund Clinical Trial for Aggressive Prostate Cancer

With a $1.2 million grant to the University of Oklahoma, an OU Health urologic oncologist is leading an innovative new clinical trial for the treatment of prostate cancer when the cancer is...
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App Created to Support Black Prostate Cancer Patients Post-Diagnosis

A University of Oklahoma researcher recently received a $1.3 million grant from the U.S. Department of Defense to test a newly created mobile app designed to address health disparities among Black...
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Biostatistics Professor Awarded Prestigious ASA/NSF/CENSUS Research Fellowship

Dr. Sixia Chen, associate professor of biostatistics at the Hudson College of Public Health, has been honored with the esteemed American Statistical Association (ASA)/National Science Foundation...
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Study Further Illuminates Ability of Cancer Drug to Lower Blood Sugar

University of Oklahoma researchers have deepened their understanding of a drug’s ability to prevent fat buildup in the liver, a condition that often occurs with obesity and can lead to...
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