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Virgilio George, M.D., talks with a patient

National Accreditation

April 05, 2021

The rectal cancer program at Hollings has earned accreditation from the National Accreditation Program for Rectal Cancer.

a woman holds an ecigarette while her other hand is on her forehead as she thinks about quitting

Vaping Study

April 02, 2021

A new study by Hollings researchers shows that more than 60% of U.S. adults who vape are interested in quitting.

Richard Drake sits in his lab and holds a component of the GlycoTyper technology

Promising Technology

April 02, 2021

Technology developed by Hollings researchers can detect early-stage liver cancer at double the rate of current tools.

Cokie Cox stands on top of a snowy mountain in Ecuador with both arms raised

Everyday Everest

March 30, 2021

Cokie Cox's Mount Everest climb is generating awareness and funding for cancer prevention and outreach at Hollings.

five vials of Covid-19 vaccine on a white surface

Vaccine Panel Recap

March 25, 2021

Experts at Hollings and MUSC Health addressed a range of topics surrounding COVID-19 vaccination and cancer patients.

Group of cyclists riding on the Ravenel Bridge in Charleston during Lowvelo 2019

LOWVELO Launch

March 23, 2021

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

group photo of the Talbot family on the beach in Costa Rica

PanCAN Initiative

March 19, 2021

Hollings is partnering with the Talbot family to bring a state affiliate of the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network to South Carolina.

Dr. Chanita Hughes-Halbert speaks holding a notebook

LOWVELO Symposium

March 19, 2021

The first annual LOWVELO Symposium will focus on building a successful career in cancer research for trainees at all levels.

illustration of what a mutated coronavirus might look like

Vaccine Q&A 9

March 18, 2021

How do viruses mutate? How do vaccines keep up? Dr. Danielle Scheurer explains in this week's Q&A.

A grandmother being hugged by her granddaughter

Vaccine Q&A 8

March 10, 2021

Dr. Danielle Scheurer talks about hugging, sequencing and variants in this week's COVID vaccine Q&A.

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