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Chaplain Stacy Sergent

Chaplain finds writing book good therapy

MUSC Chaplain Stacy Sergent talks about how her debut book: "Being Called Chaplain: How I lost my name and (eventually) found my faith," chronicles her spiritual coming-of-age journey.




New vision treatments offer hope for 'aging' eyes 
It happens to pretty much everyone. As we get older, our vision gets worse. An MUSC ophthalmologist is using the latest technology and a new diagnosis to change that.


Lower Back Pain

New approach may help chronic back pain
MUSC researchers are testing new ways of treating lower back pain to see if they can keep it from becoming a long-term problem.



Charlotte and Legare Edwards

MUSC got news it needed for new campus
Thanks to a vote by the North Charleston City Council,MUSC is on track to build a new pediatric medical campus.



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University presidents teaming up to bridge talent gap

Flipping the switch: Can you turn genes "on" and "off"?

SCE&G offers large donation for MUSC women’s and children’s hospital

MUSC study for veterans contemplating suicide now open to non vets

Drug reduces college-age binge drinking

North Charleston courting MUSC with $4 million land deal

Patriots Point partners with VA, MUSC for PTSD recovery

House approves $50 million for new hospital at MUSC


  It's becoming an increasingly outpatient world.  

MUSC President David Cole, M.D.


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