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Vaccine Q&A18

January 21, 2022

This week Dr. Danielle Scheurer talks about what masks are best for you as well as just how easy it is to get tested for COVID these days.

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Improving Treatment

January 19, 2022

Hollings researcher Sophie Paczesny, M.D., Ph.D., received a $628,188 grant from the National Cancer Institute to improve graft-versus-host disease treatment.

Survivor Inspires

January 19, 2022

After battling cervical cancer, Mikiko Dollard is inspiring others with her story - including her own daughter.

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Research Grants

January 13, 2022

Four Hollings researchers received grants from the American Cancer Society to support their work on promising projects.

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Prostate Screenings

January 12, 2022

After battling prostate cancer twice, Friedrich Andreas is sharing his story with others in hopes of raising awareness.

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Vaccine Q&A17

January 11, 2022

Percentages are for the cool kids these days. We talk with Dr. Danielle Scheurer about all-things COVID.

Clinical Trials

January 10, 2022

Newly approved treatments and more cervical cancer clinical trials on the horizon have Hollings doctors optimistic.

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Giving Tuesday recap

January 05, 2022

More than $1.8 million was raised for the Medical University of South Carolina as a part of Giving Tuesday.

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Biorepository Expands

January 04, 2022

The collaborative biorepository project between MUSC and SCSU is expanding with the hopes of reaching more medically underserved communities.

Cancer during the holidays

Cancer During Holidays

December 20, 2021

When navigating a cancer diagnosis during the holidays, Wendy Balliet, Ph.D., likes to give her patients a piece of advice – stay present in the moment.

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