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OKLAHOMA CITY — After losing two sons to drug overdoses, an Edmond mother said she’s pressing forward with an effort to get Oklahoma Medicaid patients better access to one of the nation’s top opioid treatment medications.

There’s a fungus among us! According to the Centers for Disease Control, each year 500,000 people in the U.S. contract histoplasmosis, a potentially fatal fungal infection. Histoplasmosis also infects dogs and cats. In fact, Oklahoma probably sees the most cases of histoplasmosis in pets in the U.S.

Dr. Dan Criswell (DRH Addiction Medicine, Family Medicine) left and Jackie Shipp, Oklahoma State Department of Mental Health and Substance Abu…

The public kicked-off the OSU Center for Wellness and Recovery’s seven-day long event which covered the opioid epidemic response from the public, health officials, doctors, and those who work with those affected by opioid use.

Like hundreds of thousands of other Kentuckians who require insulin for one reason or another, mother-of-three Jamison Rogers has had to make extreme sacrifices to be able to pay for the medicine she requires to live.