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Amy Lee Bredlau, Ann-Marie Broome

Tiny packages pack powerful treatment

A study using nanotechnology to treat brain tumors got such good results, the researchers initially questioned themselves.

...But further testing showed the results held up.


Dr. Stephen Fann, Robert Johnson

Guard survived 'hit,' now helps others recover
When Dr. Stephen Fann and former prison guard Robert Johnson first met, they were surrounded by a SWAT team.


opioids in pregnancy

Protecting babies from opioid epidemic
Women who take opioids during pregnancy run the risk of having an addicted baby. MUSC reserachers are find new ways to prevent that.


Dr. Samir Fakhry

Life-changing injuries call for serious support
Some people survive trauma but can't cope with the emotional aftermath. MUSC is offering an increasing array of resources.


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New 3-D mammograms bring peace of mind

Outwitting 'smart' cancers with genomics

Brain imaging reveals changes caused by head impacts

Trips to the school nurse aren't what they used to be

Preacher finds new, life-saving calling

Child Life team brings play, wonder to kids

Scottish 'fighter' hosts Science Cafe

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In the News

Philips deal with Medical University of South Carolina Hospital reflects strategy shift (MedCity News, 5/20)

Abortion ban 'scary,' obstetrics doctor says (The Post and Courier, 5/19)

Solving rural South Carolia's oral health crisis (The Post and Courier, 5/16)

Child brain tumor survivors celebrate life at MUSC picnic (The Post and Courier, 5/14)

MUSC's Science Cafe series offers up research during happy hour (The Post and Courier, 5/3)

Where are the best online master's programs in nursing? (Becker's Hospital review, 5/3)

Tobacco control experts defend vaping (The San Diego Tribune, 4/24)

Suicide in spring may be linked to seasonal allergies (The Post and Courier, 4/19)

Deborah Deas, M.D., appointed dean of the UC Riverside School of Medicine (UCR/Today, 4/18)

Calls for higher heparin-dosing caps in obese with ACS (Medscape, 4/11)

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