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February 28, 2024

The 6th annual LOWVELO, a bike ride that raises money for lifesaving cancer research at MUSC Hollings Cancer Center, opens for registration on Friday, March 1.

tobacco researcher Kinsey Pebley poses in a garden

Smoking Cessation Aid

February 28, 2024

An MUSC Hollings Cancer Center fellow was awarded a national grant to pursue her idea: making short helpful videos for cancer patients trying to stop smoking.

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Expanding Clinical Trials

February 26, 2024

MUSC Health-Florence is one of four sites in the Southeast chosen for the Equitable Breakthroughs in Medicine Development Initiative.

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In Our DNA SC Milestone

February 23, 2024

Pioneering genetic screening program enrolls first 20,000 South Carolinians and provides roadmap to guide future screening efforts.

HPV public health researcher Kalyani "Kelly" Sonawane

Vaccine Hesitation

February 20, 2024

The parents of millions of teens don't intend to vaccinate them against HPV, a virus that can cause six types of cancer.

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HPV Vaccination

February 16, 2024

Researchers find stagnant HPV vaccine rates among young adults, though LGBTQ vaccination rates are a bright spot.

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New Chief

February 08, 2024

Dr. Kevin Roggin, new surgical oncology chief, says he learned how to be a well-rounded physician through good role models, and he wants to pass that along.

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Overcoming Drug Resistance

February 06, 2024

Breast cancer often develops resistance to previously effective drugs. Hollings researchers showed how the effectiveness of one drug might be restored.

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CAR-T Clinical Trial

February 05, 2024

CAR-T-cell therapy can be a powerful treatment for blood cancers, but it also has significant side effects. A clinical trial at Hollings seeks to change that.

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Rare Disease Symposium

January 31, 2024

Symposium will bring together researchers and patient advocates to inform policy and chart the way forward for patients with rare diseases.

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