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Cancer in Puerto Rico

November 29, 2023

Cervical cancer rates are increasing in Puerto Rico, and researchers from Hollings and the island are working together to increase screening rates.

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Generous Milestone

November 27, 2023

Hollings Cafe's Jose and Wendy Perey offer food and kindness to patients and staff. Through quiet donations to Hollings, they've hit a big milestone in giving.

cancer survivor and MUSC instructor Michelle Brown Nelson

Giving Back

November 21, 2023

Knowing that past research made treatment of her salivary gland cancer possible, Michelle Brown-Nelson wanted to donate an unexpected windfall to new research.

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Cancer Genetic Testing

November 20, 2023

Most people with an inherited mutation that increases cancer risk have no idea – which is why genetic testing is so important, says Dr. Kevin Hughes.

MUSC Hollings Cancer Center researcher Katherine Sterba

Caregiver Burnout

November 16, 2023

Caregiving for family members with cancer can take an emotional and physical toll. Yet few caregivers are screened for distress or connected to resources.

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Vaping on the Rise

November 13, 2023

New research shows that, for the first time, there are more young people who begin to use nicotine through vaping rather than through cigarettes.

From left: Dr. Onder Albayram, Dr. Besim Ogretmen, and Dr. Natalia Oleinik

Surprising Finding

November 07, 2023

A drug that Hollings researchers were developing for cancer turns out to restore motor function in aging mice showing signs of neurodegeneration.

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Strength Camp

November 06, 2023

New program offers specialized fitness and wellness for prostate cancer survivors.

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New Targets

November 02, 2023

MUSC Hollings Cancer Center researchers believe that some already-approved drugs could be used in certain cases where breast cancer has become resistant.

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Precision Oncology

October 25, 2023

Thai Ho, M.D., Ph.D., will lead precision oncology efforts at MUSC Hollings Cancer Center.

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