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Medical team perform first brachytherapy procedure for brain tumor in Oklahoma with radioactive "seeds" implanted around the edges of the tumor site after it has been removed.

The College of Medicine has been named one of the best in primary care education, most graduates practicing in primary care fields, most graduates practicing in rural areas, and most graduates practicing in health professional shortage areas.

New Family Resource Center unveiled at Oklahoma Children's Hospital OU Health, funded in part by a donation made by the Robert Glenn Rapp Foundation.

OU College of Medicine researcher published groundbreaking study suggesting electronic cigarette use while undergoing chemotherapy for cancer will likely result in much less benefit from the treatment.

Two OU Health Physicians clinics in Oklahoma City have earned Level 1 certification as an Age-Friendly Health System, an ongoing initiative designed to improve the care of older adults.

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