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Dragon Boat Charleston

May 23, 2024

Members of the Hollings and MUSC community enthusiastically support Dragon Boat Charleston every year.

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Cancer Clinical Trials

May 20, 2024

A new dedicated phase I clinical trials unit at Hollings means more and different types of clinical trials will be available to cancer patients.

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Medication to Quit E-Cigs

May 16, 2024

A new study is the first in the U.S. to show that an available generic drug could help people stop using e-cigarettes.

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Bladder Cancer

May 14, 2024

After a bladder cancer diagnosis, one patient wants to raise awareness among women about this disease that can be mistaken for a UTI.

Pharm.D. student Latavia Fields, who has benefitted from outreach proograms developed by Dr. Marvellla Ford

MUSC Pipeline Programs

May 13, 2024

MUSC’s pipeline programs build the skills of underrepresented students and prepare them for careers in health care and medical research.

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Cancer Vaccine

May 09, 2024

Leukogene Therapeutics Inc. introduces a promising therapy to treat multiple cancers and hopes to become flagship entity for MUSC’s innovation ecosystem.

HPV cancers researcher Ashish Deshmukh poses in a garden

Geographic Risk Disparities

May 07, 2024

For people with HIV, the risk of anal cancer varies significantly depending on the region of the country where they live.

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Living with Lung Cancer

May 06, 2024

A lung cancer diagnosis has focused Laura Reed's mind on how she wants to live her life.

portrait of Hollings Cancer Center patient Jayne Adams

Bladder Cancer

May 03, 2024

After bladder cancer diagnosis, writer tells doctor: "I am going to live to 115. I have books to write."

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Melanoma Aware

May 01, 2024

After melanoma surgery, hairdresser Carol Helton is spreading the word at her hair salon about staying on top of suspicious moles.

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