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A pioneering study being offered by OU Health Stephenson Cancer Center in conjunction with the Oklahoma Blood Institute and local hospices. this study is unique in that it is not testing a new drug, but a means of improving quality of life in a patient’s last weeks or days of life.

To explore a promising premise in aging research — that changes to the brain’s tiniest blood vessels may play an outsized role in cognitive decline — an OU College of Medicine researcher recently received a $1.7 million grant from the National Institutes of Health.

As a leader in stroke care, OU Health is bringing the first computer-aided triage system approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to the Comprehensive Stroke Center at OU Health University of Oklahoma Medical Center.

In an effort to help pediatric specialists provide the most advanced cardiac care to their patients, the Oklahoma Children’s Hospital Heart Center team has announced the opening of a state-of-the-art hybrid suite facility.

OU Health Stephenson Cancer Center and State Rep Ajay Pittman raise awareness for National Multiple Myeloma Awareness Month.

For 45 years, Danny Cavett has been a compassionate and supportive presence for hospital patients and their families, helping them navigate difficult circumstances and create meaning from situations that seemed to have none. This month, Cavett officially retires as Director of Pastoral Care for...
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