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    With this week's gift of $98,000, Putnam City Schools top $3.2 million in donations to cancer research at OMRF. After decades of bake sales, car washes, carnivals and in-school competitions, PC students stay focused on their target: a cure for cancer.
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    Dr. Rodger McEver's four-year National Institutes of Health grant renewal marks the start of the 29th year of his project--quite an achievement. Five total renewals awarded to four OMRF scientists total $14.2 million in research support.
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    From preschool to high school, children need plenty of sleep to perform well in school. Lack of sleep can lead to health and even behavioral problems, as well as affect a student's ability to make good grades
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    While people everywhere are pouring icy water on their heads to raise awareness of ALS, an OMRF scientist is working hard to find new treatments for the deadly neurological disease.
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    Study shows retirement savers also more likely to deal with health issues.
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    Testosterone replacement therapy has exploded in the last decade. More than 2 million American men now take drugs like AndroGel, the best-selling product in what has become a multi-billion-dollar industry in the U.S.
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