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There's a (good) health app for that

Health apps, including the Tension Tamer (left), can help patients and save money - if they're based on good research. Tech experts at MUSC are cooking up new apps with "secret sauce" that may help everyone from pregnant women to traumatized children to patients who have trouble remembering to take their medicine.



Two of five statewide winners from MUSC 
The Governor's Award for Excellence in Science has gone to two MUSC scientists: one for his role in educating young scientists and the other for the promise his work shows.


Chef Aaron McCargo, Jr.

5th Annual Community Compass Project
Hollings Cancer Center is sponsoring a free health awareness program that will feature The Food Network Star’s Aaron McCargo and area health experts.



Survivor of 'flesh-eating' disease thanks doctor
Barry Ginn is grateful to trauma surgeon Stephanie Montgomery for helping save his arm and his life. He's saying thanks with a special gesture on Doctors' Day.


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The ongoing research at MUSC is outstanding in basic, translational and clinical sciences, focusing on understanding disease processes.

Karen Lackey, director of MUSC Center for Drug Discovery


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