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Block Party

September 16, 2022

Matt Miller never expected to fight cancer so soon after his mom did. Now, his band is headlining the LOWVELO finish-line block party.

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Palmetto Gold

August 11, 2022

Two nurses on the inpatient unit of MUSC Hollings Cancer Center have been honored for their work with the Palmetto Gold.

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Channeling Loss

August 04, 2022

MUSC student Valerie Salmon, 22, lost both her parents to cancer. She's riding in LOWVELO22 to fund research so fewer people will experience such loss.

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Sarcoma Survivor

July 13, 2022

Charleston police chief Luther Reynolds believes in living with purpose – especially after losing a leg to cancer.

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Q&A 19

July 11, 2022

Vaccine guru Dr. Danielle Scheurer helps make sense of boosters, random health care charges and everything else weighing on our minds as summer hits full stride

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Research Regatta

July 11, 2022

Hollings and the Charleston Ocean Racing Association will host the MUSC Hollings Cup Regatta in Charleston Harbor to raise funds for lifesaving cancer research.

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Positive Exposure

June 03, 2022

A chance meeting between Dr. Michelle Ziegler and photographer Rick Guidotti is changing the way people see MUSC's dental clinic.

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Surviving Cervical Cancer

May 27, 2022

After a routine well-woman visit led to a diagnosis of cervical cancer, Sara Couch wondered if she would see her baby's first birthday.

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Raising Awareness

May 27, 2022

After surviving testicular cancer, Michael Wiegand uses humor to raise awareness and money for research.

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Help to Quit

May 25, 2022

Kimberley Trump had tried over the years to quit smoking. With the help of the MUSC Tobacco Treatment Program, she thinks she's finally succeeded.

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