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'Like Science Fiction'

June 22, 2022

Patient Marty Perlmutter says the CAR-T-cell therapy he received for cancer is like science fiction has become reality.

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Cancer Survivorship

June 15, 2022

A new initiative at MUSC Hollings Cancer Center aims to improve survivorship care for cancer patients.

Alexander Alekseyenko, Ph.D., left, and Marvella Ford, Ph.D., right

Data Dive

May 25, 2022

A new joint program at MUSC and Clemson University will offer training in how to harness big data to identify and address health inequities.

a photo of a man sitting on a dais with an inset photo of him with the large melanoma on his face

Immunotherapy Trial

May 24, 2022

A clinical trial gave one melanoma patient access to cutting-edge treatment before the medication came to market.

Anand Mehta, D.Phil.,  Smart State Chair in Proteomic Biomarkers at MUSC, in his laboratory.

A New Test for Liver Fibrosis

April 22, 2022

MUSC researchers have developed a new method of testing for liver fibrosis based on the attachment of sugars to antibodies in the blood.

Dr. Jason Newman stands in an operating room wearing scrubs

New Vision

April 12, 2022

Dr. Jason Newman brings passion, expertise and big ideas to his new role leading head and neck oncology at Hollings.

Dr. Raymond N. DuBois gives an acceptance speech onstage during the opening ceremony of the 2022 American Association of Cancer Research convention

AACR Award

April 11, 2022

Dr. Raymond N. DuBois received the Distinguished Service Award during the opening ceremony of the 2022 AACR convention.

Dr. Shikhar Mehrotra stands outside

Harnessing Cellular Stress

April 08, 2022

Dr. Shikhar Mehrotra's team has found a new approach that shows promise of boosting the long-term success of T-cell therapy.

Three test tubes are pictured, the first with plasma, the second with plasma and chemotherapy, and the third with the filtered plasma. Modified from Figure 4d of the Motamarry et al article in Cancers under an open access Creative Common CC BY license.

Blood Cleanse

April 06, 2022

MUSC researchers have developed a way to remove toxic chemotherapeutic drugs from the blood after cancer treatment to prevent them from reaching the heart.

Angela Yoon, D.D.S., sits beside a microscope.

Biomarkers Expert

April 04, 2022

Dr. Angela Yoon brings her expertise on biomarkers and immunotherapy to the Hollings head and neck cancer team.

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