A new type of drug delivery system aimed at the lymphatic system may improve the treatment of metastatic melanoma and other cancers.
Research on adults ages 85 or older has found that rural residents have significantly higher levels of chronic disease, take more medications, and die earlier than their urban counterparts.
OSU pharmacy experts are working around the state to raise the level of knowledge about the biological impacts of marijuana as a recreational drug.
A significant new advance in the field of phototherapy may ultimately change the efficacy of cancer surgery and treatment.
Two natural compounds, vitamin D and xanthohumol, appear to have the ability to address imbalances in gut microbiota that may set the stage for obesity and metabolic syndrome.
Personalized moisturizers based on an individual's own lipid profile may dramatically change the treatment of eczema around the world.
A survey suggests there remain many questions about how or whether to use antibiotics with hospice patients, and how such medications are used in end of life care.
A new approach to cancer therapy using improved photodynamic technology has been developed at OSU.
A new system to deliver cardioprotective polyphenols such as resveratrol and quercetin may have value in improving cancer therapy.
Compounds being studied at OSU could be part of a new approach to cancer, in which cancer cells and tumors are not so much killed as put to sleep.
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