According to a new study, the time between a person's diagnosis with breast cancer and surgery to remove the tumor is much more important than previously understood.
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.
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.
Oklahoma Children's Hospital OU Health has joined The Children's Hospitals Neonatal Consortium (CHNC), a collaborative of North America's leading children's hospitals.
TSET Health Promotion Research Center researcher looking at longer-term effectiveness of incentive-based smoking cessation for socioeconomically disadvantaged smokers.
Researcher Amy Cohn, Ph.D. receives $75,000 grant to investigate trajectory of electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDs, e-cigarettes) use across pregnancy.
Rajagopal Ramesh, Ph.D., OU Health Stephenson Cancer Center researcher and professor elected to The American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE) College of Fellows.