Raising awareness

As a young adult, colorectal cancer wasn't on Adriel Nutter's radar. But after a stage 4 diagnosis, she now spreads the word about the importance of colonoscopies.

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Pediatric, adult cancer teams collaborate for robotic surgery

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Adult and pediatric doctors pooled their expertise to ensure that Ivan Young would have few physical reminders of an extraordinary lung cancer surgery. Robotic surgery performed by Barry Gibney, D.O., made it all possible.

“I think that laparoscopy and other minimally invasive approaches were really just a stopgap until we developed the technology to do things robotically. The advantages are so, so much greater,” Gibney said.

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We aimed to learn the basic biology of pancreatic cancer so we can provide information to lead to more effective treatments.

Lu Han, Ph.D.

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A record-breaking number of participants at LOWVELO22 enjoyed a day filled with sunshine, laughter, live music and of course lots of biking for a great cause! The routes included a swing past Hollings Cancer Center, sunrise over the Ravenel Bridge and beautiful views throughout Sullivan's Island and Isle of Palms.


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