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Uterine Cancer

March 14, 2023

Using the power of bioinformatics, GI scientists turned cancer researchers find that elevated levels of molecular motor Myo5b are implicated in uterine cancer.

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Neuroblastoma Research

February 28, 2023

An MUSC Hollings Cancer Center team has created what members believe to be among the first small molecules designed to stimulate immune cells to fight cancer.

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Surgeon Scientist

February 27, 2023

An MUSC Hollings Cancer Center doctor is one of only 12 chosen to participate in the National Cancer Institute’s Early-stage Surgeon Scientist Program.

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Record Riders

February 22, 2023

891 riders and 105 teams raised more than $427,000 to make LOWVELO22 the biggest yet.

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Cancer Research

February 13, 2023

MUSC Hollings Cancer Center is investing in its scientists' research, providing pilot grants to help projects to get started.

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Pancreatic Cancer

January 20, 2023

A type of cell that plays a key role in pancreatic cancer can trace its origin back to a structure that forms during embryonic development.

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January 18, 2023

MUSC Hollings Cancer Center’s Benjamin Toll, Ph.D., is thrilled to be elected to help lead the Society for Research on Nicotine & Tobacco.

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High Impact

January 12, 2023

Hollings Cancer Center director Raymond N. DuBois, M.D., Ph.D., honored two of the center’s up-and-coming researchers with the High Impact Publications Award.

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Cancer Metastasis

January 11, 2023

A casual brainstorming session led Hollings researchers to consider how two systems within the body might be "talking" - and enabling cancers to grow.

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Robot Olympics

January 11, 2023

Playing “serious” games can be an effective and engaging way to teach teamwork and other skills to robotic surgery teams.

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