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Dementia Developments

December 04, 2023

As MUSC works with Clemson and USC on new Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center, scientist sees issue through professional and personal lenses.

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Cancer in Puerto Rico

November 29, 2023

Cervical cancer rates are increasing in Puerto Rico, and researchers from Hollings and the island are working together to increase screening rates.

a roomful of people toast Wendy and Jose at Hollings Cancer Center

Generous Milestone

November 27, 2023

Hollings Cafe's Jose and Wendy Perey offer food and kindness to patients and staff. Through quiet donations to Hollings, they've hit a big milestone in giving.

Man wearing a baseball cap puts a device in his mouth. A harness is helping to support him, as is a woman standing beside him. She has a long dark ponytail.

PoNS Stroke Study

November 21, 2023

“I’m willing to do anything to get better,” says participant in MUSC trial testing possible treatment to help stroke survivors regain balance.

cancer survivor and MUSC instructor Michelle Brown Nelson

Giving Back

November 21, 2023

Knowing that past research made treatment of her salivary gland cancer possible, Michelle Brown-Nelson wanted to donate an unexpected windfall to new research.

Little boy holding stuffed animal gets his temperature checked.

Busy Season

November 20, 2023

After-hours kids’ clinics are filling up quickly each day as seasonal viruses spread. Here’s what the medical director wants parents to know.

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Cancer Genetic Testing

November 20, 2023

Most people with an inherited mutation that increases cancer risk have no idea – which is why genetic testing is so important, says Dr. Kevin Hughes.

Dr. Jorge Munera in his laboratory at MUSC.

Miniature Human Colons

November 17, 2023

Researchers at MUSC and Cincinnati Children’s develop a novel colon organoid model with naturally occurring immune cells.

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Infants and COVID-19

November 17, 2023

Vaccinating pregnant moms against COVID-19 protects their newborns against severe disease and hospitalization, shows new study with MUSC ties.

MUSC Hollings Cancer Center researcher Katherine Sterba

Caregiver Burnout

November 16, 2023

Caregiving for family members with cancer can take an emotional and physical toll. Yet few caregivers are screened for distress or connected to resources.

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