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South Carolina Secretary of State Mark Hammond and Dr. Raymond N. DuBois at cancer settlement press conference.jpg

Cancer Settlement

July 22, 2021

MUSC Hollings Cancer Center will receive $39K following a landmark enforcement action against four fraudulent cancer charities.

Dr. Brian Hess with a patient

Lymphoma Trials

July 21, 2021

Brian Hess, M.D., a Hollings researcher and lymphoma specialist, was key in bringing a lymphoma clinical trial to Hollings.

Jana Chanthabane stands for a portrait on Sullivan's Island

Cancer Swim

July 20, 2021

Cancer survivor Jana Chanthabane turns tragedy into triumph while raising money for cancer research in Swim Across America.

Diversity of open hands up design, people multi-ethnic race and community theme.

Diversity Matters

July 09, 2021

Immigrants bring fresh perspectives that enrich cultural, intellectual and scientific pursuits but often face obstacles.

James Deer speaks with Dr. Praneeth Baratam

New Hope

July 08, 2021

Hollings researchers are studying how a new medicine could give blood cancer patients a better shot at remission.

illustration of throat cancer

Racial Disparities

July 06, 2021

Black individuals of African ancestry are approximately 30% of S.C.’s population and are disproportionately affected by HNC.

A truck drives through deep water flooding a road near MUSC

Tropical Storm Elsa

July 06, 2021

Tropical Storm Elsa is expected to bring heavy rainfall to Georgia and the Carolinas, which means MUSC emergency preparedness experts are at the ready.

K. Michael Cummings

Menthol Ban

July 02, 2021

The FDA is moving to ban menthol cigarettes and flavored cigars in the U.S. and sparking hope for smoking cessation advocates.

MUSC Hollings’ Survivors’ Fit Club member Joann Baldwin poses for a photo during a workout session.

Community and Strength

June 30, 2021

A routine mammogram detected something that no one can truly prepare for – stage 1 breast cancer in her right breast.

Dr. Andrea Abbott smiles for a portrait

Skin Cancer

June 30, 2021

Nationwide, skin cancer is the most common cancer. In South Carolina, skin melanoma is the 5th most common cancer diagnosed.

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