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Next Generation

July 19, 2022

A dozen undergrads, mostly from historically Black colleges, are spending the summer concentrating on cancer research at MUSC Hollings Cancer Center.

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March 23, 2021

Registration opens March 24 for LOWVELO, Hollings' annual bike ride to raise money for lifesaving cancer research.

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Vaccine Q&A 5

February 16, 2021

State officials, drug companies and vaccinators might be starting to hit their stride.

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Determined to Help

February 02, 2021

A brain cancer diagnosis gave Claudia Salazar even more motivation to make an impact in cancer research and health disparities.

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Infectious Disease Unit

November 30, 2020

MUSC Health's 3,295 square-foot high risk infectious disease unit is the only state-designated Ebola Treatment Center.

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COVID Disparities

April 28, 2020

As cases of COVID-19 continue to rise across the country, African Americans have emerged as those at the highest risk for contracting the illness.

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Cancer Leadership

January 21, 2020

As Dr. Gustavo Leone steps down as director of MUSC's Hollings Cancer Center, Denis Guttridge, Ph.D., assumes interim role to ensure smooth transition.

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MUSC Magic

December 17, 2019

Five-time NBA champ Magic Johnson paid a visit to MUSC to visit with employees as well as make the day of several young patients.

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Inside the Storm

September 12, 2019

Take a first-hand look through the eyes of one of the our reporters who rode out the storm at MUSC during Hurricane Dorian.

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