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Treatment involves guiding men to make healthy decisions that will increase their odds of maintaining a good quality of life.

The Children’s Hospital at OU Medicine and several nurses were honored recently by the Oklahoma Nurses Association.

OU Medicine recognized as a leader in the rapidly growing movement committed to the care of older adults.

Artist-in-residence program will empower critically ill children to engage in creative expression as part of the healing process.

Research focused on how a person’s genetic makeup interacts with lifestyle factors like diet and exercise.

The pediatric gastroenterologists at The Children’s Hospital at OU Medicine will host a patient education conference for families of children who have been newly diagnosed with Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD), Saturday, October 5.

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