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Cannabis Usage

September 22, 2023

Surveys at 12 cancer centers across the U.S. looked at cannabis usage among cancer patients.

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Retiree Fundraising Team

September 18, 2023

The average age of this LOWVELO fundraising team? Somewhere between 80 and 90. Residents of South Bay at Mount Pleasant are walking and swimming for a cause.

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Cancer Robotic Surgery

September 13, 2023

Doctors with MUSC Hollings Cancer Center are the first in South Carolina to perform head and neck cancer surgery with the single port da Vinci SP.

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Cancer and HIV

September 12, 2023

As people with HIV live longer, they are more likely to get cancers that come with age but HIV might complicate treatment.

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Community Research

September 11, 2023

Local doctors combine community cancer care with access to research through Hollings NCORP-MU.

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Improving CAR-T

September 07, 2023

Scientists at MUSC Hollings Cancer Center think it's possible that CAR-T-cell therapy could be performed without lymphodepleting chemotherapy beforehand.

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Sweet New Biomarker

September 06, 2023

A new method to study changes in sugars coating immune cells could potentially identify novel biomarkers and detect cancer earlier.

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Interdisciplinary Innovation

August 29, 2023

Three Hollings members – an M.D., a D.D.S. and a Ph.D. – are pooling their expertise to develop a personalized vaccine to prevent oral cancer from returning.

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Cancer Research

August 24, 2023

MUSC Hollings Cancer Center awarded a number of pilot grants through the spring and summer to kickstart research projects on a range of topics.

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Clinical Trialist Training

August 24, 2023

The Clinical Trialist Training Program offers early-career clinicians the time and know-how to lead clinical trials.

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