Media Briefings

Turning Losses into Wins for Public Health

Wednesday, November 8th, 2017, Noon

He is the mayor who put an entire city on a diet. The goal? One million pounds lost. And Mick Cornett led by example, shedding personal pounds while targeting Oklahoma City’s ailing health rankings nationally.

OU Medicine Patient Second in the Country Treated with Lifesaving Stent

Thursday, October 5th, 2017, 1pm

In a single day in November 2015, Norman resident Leslie Whiles survived seven brain aneurysms – three of which were bleeding – and surgery to repair them at OU Medical Center. But one aneurysm remained in her brain until just this year.

OU College of Medicine to Showcase New Sophisticated Mannequin Simulators

Wednesday, October 4th, 2017, noon

Before they ever treat real patients, medical students and residents practice their skills on realistic mannequin simulators.

Public Health Symposium Highlights Dollars and Sense

Tuesday, September 19th, 2017, noon

A physician, renowned for saving hundreds of thousands of lives each year with a 4-cent fix, is expected to pack the auditorium Tuesday, September 19th at the University of Oklahoma College of Public Health.

Melanoma Strikes an Unusual Target

Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017, 1pm

At first it was hardly noticeable, then a nuisance and then something much more for Matthew Lollman of Ardmore.  Lollman, 44, has melanoma. It’s not on his skin, though, as one might suspect. It’s in his eye and that means just as potentially deadly, perhaps even more so.

Florida Cancer Patient Finds Hope at OU Medicine

Tuesday, April 11th, 2017, Noon

Florida doctors told Stephanie they wouldn’t operate on her stage four glioblastoma brain tumor – an aggressive, fast-growing type of brain cancer. They told her she “had the worst kind of brain cancer in the worst place possible.”

Dean McGee Eye Institute Brings Cutting-Edge Glaucoma Treatment to Oklahoma Patient

Tuesday, January 31st, 2017 at 12:30pm

If you have a bunch of standing water, you put in a drain to move the water away, right? What if the same concept could help reduce pressure inside the eye that can lead to one of the leading causes of blindness - Glaucoma?

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