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More information: Equine therapy

Oklahoma State University equine and cancer program aids veterans and patients young and old.
Modified: June 21, 2013 at 8:55 pm •  Published: June 21, 2013
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AT A GLANCE

Therapy rograms

aid patients

• O-State Equine Assisted Therapy was formed to help veterans, cancer patients and their families through equine assisted learning programs. For more information, go to www.ostateequine.org or call (405) 496.3447.

• American Cancer Society's Camp Live a Dream is open to any Oklahoma pediatric cancer patient or survivor, ages 9-17. A doctor's medical release form and general application are necessary. Call (405) 841-5807 or visit www.cancer.org and search Camp Live A Dream.

Stacey Allen,

For the Oklahoman


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