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MUSC Video Library - World Cancer Day

World Cancer Day
4:55
February 4, 2014
Dr. Melanie Thomas, Grace E. DeWolff Endowed Chair in Medical Oncology and associate director for clinical operations at Hollings Cancer Center who specializes in gastrointestinal cancers, talks about treating cancer and what we can do to stay healthy and prevent some types of cancer.

1:28
February 4, 2014
Dr. B gives tips on how much sleep you should get and what you should do to get the best sleep each night.
 
1:29
February 4, 2014
Sheba the dog helps Dr. B talk about avoiding colds and what to do if you do get a cold.
 
0:47
February 4, 2014
Dr. Amy-Lee Bredlau is the Director of the Pediatric Brain Tumor Program at Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, S.C. In the following videos she gives some great tips for kids, and adults, about being active and staying healthy.
 
4:55
February 4, 2014
Dr. Melanie Thomas, Grace E. DeWolff Endowed Chair in Medical Oncology and associate director for clinical operations at Hollings Cancer Center who specializes in gastrointestinal cancers, talks about treating cancer and what we can do to stay healthy and prevent some types of cancer.
 
3:25
February 4, 2014
Dr. William Creasman, Distinguished University Professor in the Department of OB/GYN at MUSC, talks cervical cancer.
 
3:28
January 9, 2014
Denise Stout would have migraines up to 20 days out of the month until she came to MUSC's Advanced Migraine Surgery Program. Now she is migraine free. www.musc.edu/pr/newscenter/2014/migraine.html www.muschealth.com/migrainesurgery/about_migraine_surgery/
 
3:00
January 9, 2014
Dr. Kevin O. Delaney is the Director of the MUSC Advanced Migraine Surgery Program in Charleston, South Carolina. MUSC is the only medical center in South Carolina to have this program. www.musc.edu/pr/newscenter/2014/migraine.html www.muschealth.com/migrainesurgery/about_migraine_surgery/
 
5:56
December 13, 2013
"This responsive neurostimulator is a very clever device," said Dr. Jonathan Edwards, director of MUSC's Comprehensive Epilepsy Program. The NeuroPace RNS System helps epilepsy patients and it just received FDA pre-market approval last month. (animation in video provided by NeuroPace, Inc.) www.musc.edu/pr/newscenter/2013/neuropace.html
 
5:06
November 27, 2013
MUSC quality and outcomes coordinator for the Blood and Marrow Transplant Program, Elizabeth Nista, talks about her favorite stories from the MUSC Angel Tree Parade.
 
5:11
November 22, 2013
Luc Gagné, R.N., is a charge nurse at Ashley River Tower at the Medical University of South Carolina. "I know this is where I'm supposed to be." www.musc.edu/pr/newscenter/2013/gagne.html
 
2:58
November 22, 2013
Justin Morris, R.N., works at the Medical University of South Carolina Chest Pain Center. "You have to be really interested in what's going on with the patients. The nurses I work with who get burned out in the field are the ones who are doing it for the paycheck." It's not a career for everyone. www.musc.edu/pr/newscenter/2013/morris.html
 
2:52
November 22, 2013
Tom Hubbard, R.N., is a nurse manager at Medical University of South Carolina. "I was a leader in the military, and I'm currently a leader now. You have to rally the troops." www.musc.edu/pr/newscenter/2013/hubbard.html
 
 
 
 
 
 

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