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If you're facing cancer, you'll find the region's most comprehensive and innovative cancer treatments at OU Physicians. There's no need to leave the state for comprehensive care.
The only Phase 1 Cancer Trials in Oklahoma are available here. Many of these new treatments are unavailable anyplace else in the state. For example, our doctors were the first to develop an innovative treatment that speeds platelet recovery after chemotherapy. They also introduced a new treatment for colon and liver cancer.
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OU Physicians perform approximately 75 bone marrow transplants each year for adults and children through a Bone Marrow Transplant program. With a dedicated Bone Marrow Transplant unit at OU Medical Center, our doctors are able to perform allogeneic (one person to another), related- and unrelated-donor, cord blood and autologous transplants (involving one person as both donor and recipient).
Educational and support programs help with the complex issues and struggles families face.In addition to our physician specialists, certified hematology-oncology nurses, social workers, psychologists, nutritionists and physical therapists provide resources and support. You'll find access to the Stephenson Cancer Center a breeze with a weather-protected entry to the OU Physicians Building and valet parking.
Contact us if you're facing a blood-clotting condition or any of these cancers:
Find out why we're different that most other hospitals and oncology groups and how OU Medical Center is leading new breakthroughs in cancer treatment.
To learn more about our cancer research and advanced technology, visit the Peggy and Charles Stephenson Cancer Center.