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Ribbon cutting ceremony held for OSU and NCWR research center

A ribbon cutting ceremony was held for the Hardesty Center for Clinical Research and Neuroscience on July 14.
OSU President Kayse Shrum, far left, and Interim OSU Center for Health Sciences President Johnny Stephens, far right, with members of the Hardesty family, from left, Debbie Cristo, Alex Cristo, Michelle Hardesty, Connor Hardesty, Roger Hardesty, Jessie Cristo and Paul Cristo cut the ceremonial ribbon at the opening of the Hardesty Center for Clinical Research and Neuroscience.
OSU Addiction Medicine Clinic offers help to those struggling during pandemic

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BCBSOK awards grant to OSU Medicine for addiction, pain management research

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Addressing Addiction

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The nationwide opioid crisis has definitely made it to Oklahoma — and the National Center for Wellness & Recovery at OSU Medicine is leading the battle against it.

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