On the eve of a major surgery, patient Henry Cooper takes time to wed his bride while in the hospital.
From acrobatic acts to a stripping firefighter, College of Medicine students unveiled their creativity in an emotionally-charged celebration.
An overhaul of the way leaders assess community health leads to new optimism — and a deadline for improving people's health and well-being.
Dr. Kristi Helke helps lead a team studying a possible relationship between antibiotics in animals and salmonella infections in people.
Vera Brown values hard work and compassion, treating patients the way she'd want to be treated.
A therapy credited with curing a child in France is being used in clinical trials in the U.S., including one at MUSC.