Transplant milestone

The Blood and Bone Marrow Transplant team recently celebrated a big milestone – 3,000 patients treated since the program offered the first transplants in South Carolina in 1987.

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Triple-negative breast cancer survivor is the go-to person for her family, community

triple negative breast cancer survivor Sarah Harry poses in a colorful dress in a swirling pattern in the garden

Sarah Harry may be retired but she is one busy woman: caregiving, church activities - and chemotherapy for herself. Despite ongoing treatment for metastatic triple-negative breast cancer, she has no interest in slowing down.

“You know, what are you going to do? Like Dr. Brescia says, ‘We’re all going to die, but you’re not dying today, kiddo,’” she said.

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What’s great is now everyone can get it. Anyone can prescribe it. They don’t have to travel somewhere to get this medication. It really is a huge help for our families and kids.

Dr. Jacqueline Kraveka, pediatric cancer researcher

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An ovarian cancer diagnosis was the last thing that Carol Sullivan expected. But with support from friends and family and her care team at MUSC Hollings Cancer Center, she's successfully come through treatment. Watch her inspiring story below.

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