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Candace Woodson sings "Free"
5:49
November 23, 2015
Candace Woodson told the story of how after auditioning for the TV show “The Voice,� she was diagnosed with breast cancer. “I came to MUSC, and MUSC gave me hope,� she said. Today, she’s healthy and back to singing. “I wrote this song entitled ‘Free,’� she said, a song that describes how she felt after surviving cancer. She sang it before the crowd in the Ann Edwards Garden at the Medical University of South Carolina.

5:49
November 23, 2015
Candace Woodson told the story of how after auditioning for the TV show “The Voice,� she was diagnosed with breast cancer. “I came to MUSC, and MUSC gave me hope,� she said. Today, she’s healthy and back to singing. “I wrote this song entitled ‘Free,’� she said, a song that describes how she felt after surviving cancer. She sang it before the crowd in the Ann Edwards Garden at the Medical University of South Carolina.
 
3:16
November 10, 2015
MUSC palliative care attending, Dr. Maribeth Bosshardt, talks about advanced care directives and why they are important. www.musc.edu/pr/newscenter/2015/advanced-directive.html
 
8:11
November 10, 2015
Michael Cummings, Ph.D., a professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at MUSC and co-chairman of the tobacco research program at the MUSC Hollings Cancer Center gives tips on how to quit smoking. www.musc.edu/pr/newscenter/2015/quit-and-win.html If you need assistance in viewing this video, please send an email to accessibility@musc.edu
 
11:45
October 6, 2015
Casey Honowitz was born six weeks early because he was in distress in his mother’s womb and had the umbilical cord wrapped around him six times. When he was born he had a stroke and was having seizures. MUSC’s Dr. Carol Wagner used therapeutic hypothermia (cooling) to help Casey survive. As an institution dedicated to healthcare delivery, education and the health sciences, we are committed to making all communication available. If you need assistance in viewing this video, please send an email to accessibility@musc.edu
 
16:32
September 18, 2015
Nurses react to the exciting news that MUSC achieved Magnet® recognition, the gold standard for nursing excellence. The national designation from the American Nurses Credentialing Center places MUSC in a select group of 420 health care organizations out of nearly 6,000 U.S. health care organizations.
 
3:32
September 11, 2015
Sinu-Lok, a spine surgery implant developed by MUSC’s Institute for Applied Neurosciences, improves upon previous implants by reducing stress on components.
 
11:18
August 28, 2015
Dr. James Simmons, a pediatrician in Port Royal, SC, has entered into a partnership with MUSC’s Center for Telehealth, participating in its Virtual Tele Consultation program. One of the most popular specialties getting referrals is psychiatry. Dr. Simmons consults with Dr. M. Frampton Gwynette, an MUSC psychiatrist.
 
11:07
May 13, 2015
MUSC joined the national Trauma Survivors Network that helps patients and families connect with one another to show support and help rebuild their lives after a serious injury.
 
4:48
May 12, 2015
On December 23, 2014, Connie Barbour was in a motor vehicle crash. Though wearing a seat belt her airbag did not deploy, and her head hit the windshield.
 
3:31
April 7, 2015
Dr. B talks about water safety at the pool and the ocean so you can enjoy your summer vacation.
 
3:37
April 7, 2015
Dr. B talks about bullying and how you can help yourself and others not be bullied.
 
6:14
February 5, 2015
Charlotte Edwards had to have a C-section in order to save her life. Her son, Legaré Edwards was born at only 25 weeks and weighed only 1 pound, 11 ounces. Legare had a 1 in 5 chance of surviving.
 
 
 

 
 
 
 

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