Every day, generous MUSC supporters change the lives of students, researchers and patients. Each month, we share some of their stories, tracing the spirit of philanthropy to those who benefit from it.
'He just decided he was going to walk.'
For his entire life, 10-year-old Saviour Mbamba only crawled, pulling himself on his battered hands, while his friends at the orphanage in Ghana played soccer around him...Read More
'MUSC saved them'
Three boys opened up an Isle of Palms lemonade stand hoping to make a little cash but earned something more valuable instead...Read More
“It was a terrifying feeling for me to be in a room full of people I didn’t know, and they knew me clinically. I didn’t realize at the time that other kids were dealing with that too.”
Laura Zucker remembers the cold white room and calm-voiced strangers trying to distract her...Read More
Thank you for your support, encouragement and trust – the greatest of gifts – which made it all possible, month after month.
Since the brightest season is also the busiest, we wanted to keep this edition concise. In this final month of 2017, we can’t help but look back on an incredible year with deepest gratitude for your steadfast dedication to our mission. ...Read More
In this season of gratitude, reflection and community, we wanted to share something special with you. The enclosed story is a real and unscripted account of one family’s experience at MUSC.
Jenna and Stephen Brown faced a devastating diagnosis for their unborn baby girl: the most severe form of spina bifida. They put their faith in a team of caregivers here at MUSC, and they allowed us to join them on their journey...Read More
'I know I didn't know you at the time, and never would I think that I'd meet you. But Jill was really my first inspiration.'
We sat in an exam room at Hollings Cancer Center, no one sure what to say. I was only 19, diagnosed with ovarian cancer during the summer between my freshman and sophomore years of college...Read More
Helping to change what’s possible for the College of Health Professions, with a specific focus on leadership development for women. Read More >
It was the event of the decade — snow event, that is — thanks to a weather phenomenon called a bomb cyclone that hit Jan. 3. Read More >