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Weeding out misconceptions about marijuana

People's perspectives on marijuana have undergone major changes. It's now seen by many as a safe substance. But it's also become much more potent, and there's a lot more research about what it may do to developing brains.



Bell to ring for MUSC patient milestones
Four former patients shared their amazing stories of recovery as MUSC introduced a new bell. It's ready for ringing by patients and families marking milestones at MUSC.


Know a smoker you love? Tell him or her about this
MUSC's Quit & Win contest offers cash prizes for smokers who can kick the habit for a month. One of MUSC's lead tobacco cessation researchers talks about that and his top tips for quitting.


Delving into data for clues to protect children
Dr. Gregg Dwyer (above) and colleagues are looking for clues that will help keep children safe from predators. They've been granted access to a huge trove of data....MORE


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Researchers push frontiers of immunotherapy

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Superheroes visit Children's Hospital patients

Testing liquid biopsies for cancer patients

Pediatrician embraces small town life

Celebrating healthy communities at MUSC

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Lowcountry's Health Care Heroes honored

Zucker family donates $5M for new ideas institute at MUSC in Charleston

Obamacare customers in South Carolina face tough choices

Health care meeting brings MUSC, other collaborators on global and public health

The doctor is in: David J. Cole is president of MUSC

Racial divide widens as S.C. infant mortality rate hits record low

MUSC holding two day conference on global health

MUSC holds 'Do No Harm' domestic violence rally

Family invents disposable medical device to help young, elderly collect samples

Local health groups create Quit & Win program for smokers 

 We're in a global world. [Being involved in global medicine] helps us prepare for when those disease show up here.

MUSC's Dr. Michael Sweat, discussing the Global Health Symposium


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