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Neurosurgeon Ben Strickland, M.D., runs one of the few labs in the country looking for new therapies to treat meningiomas, the most common type of central nervous system tumor.

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MUSC students trailblazing a path for occupational therapists in oncology

three young women occupational therapy students in scrubs pose together in the garden

Three MUSC occupational therapy students have noticed a gap in oncology care that OT can fill, and they’re passionately pursuing solutions with their capstone projects.

“A lot of patients don’t realize that there are ways to manage their symptoms through occupational therapy. And they don’t know to ask for it,” said OT student Maddie Gies.

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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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