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Screening Disparities

February 24, 2021

Hollings researchers aim to generate awareness about lung cancer screening disparities in order to improve treatment outcomes.

Dr. Nichole Tanner and Dr. Benjamin Toll look at a computer showing a lung cancer scan

Lung Cancer Screening

February 23, 2021

The Hollings lung cancer screening program aims to increase access to screenings and promote the benefits of early detection.

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Cancer & Nutrition

February 19, 2021

Hollings dietitian offers tips on maintaining a healthy diet and navigating eating challenges that arise during cancer treatment.

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Vaccine Panel

February 19, 2021

Hollings will host a virtual panel discussion and Q&A session on March 4 about COVID-19 vaccination for cancer patients.

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Vaccine Q&A 5

February 16, 2021

State officials, drug companies and vaccinators might be starting to hit their stride.

Dr. Xue-Zhong Yu stands next to equipment in his lab

STING Activation

February 11, 2021

A new paper published by Hollings researchers reveals a potential new approach for reducing graft-versus-host disease.

Dr. Xue-Zhong Yu looks into a microscope

Beneficial Bacteria

February 10, 2021

Hollings researchers discovered that a single strain of bacteria significantly reduced graft-versus-host disease.

Dr. David Cachia talks with another doctor

COVID & Cancer Study

February 08, 2021

A nationwide study hopes to gain insight about COVID-19 in cancer patients and how treatment outcomes are affected.

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Determined to Help

February 02, 2021

A brain cancer diagnosis gave Claudia Salazar even more motivation to make an impact in cancer research and health disparities.

Dr. Patrick Flume in discussion with a colleague

Vaccine Trial FAQs

February 02, 2021

Patrick Flume, M.D., who leads the new Novavax and Janssen vaccine trials, answers questions that potential participants might have.

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