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Interested Oklahomans are invited to apply for the Board of Advocates at the Stephenson Cancer Center. The board is a group of 60 community leaders from across the state of Oklahoma who are interested in cancer education, outreach, and advocacy.
A cancer diagnosis, treatment and the recovery process can create a lot of emotional distress on both a patient and their caregivers. Some common stress symptoms cancer patients may experience are loneliness and isolation, anger, irritability, panic, anxiety, sleep problems, pain, and low adherence to treatments.
National, state and local leaders joined the Stephenson Cancer Center at the University of Oklahoma today to celebrate the center’s designation as a National Cancer Institute (NCI) Cancer Center. With this award, the Stephenson Cancer Center joins an elite group of 70 NCI-Designated Cancer Centers nationwide.
The Stephenson Cancer Center is launching a one-day program for rising Oklahoma high school juniors and seniors to learn about careers in cancer research on Thursday, Aug. 9, from 9 am-5 pm. The CURE Jr. Program will allow these students to hear presentations from scientists working in basic, translational, and clinical cancer research programs at the Stephenson Cancer Center.
Can smartphone apps become a front line treatment for smoking cessation? Michael Businelle, PhD, researcher at the Oklahoma Tobacco Research Center (OTRC), part of the Stephenson Cancer Center, and Matthew Koslovsky, PhD, recent graduate from the University of Texas School of Public Health, are using smartphone technology to better understand the risk factors that lead individuals to smoke again and using that information to develop digital solutions that may help prevent relapse.
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