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ebola preparedness at MUSC


MUSC monitors evolving Ebola situation

Update: MUSC expands protection protocols as talks continue on the state level. Doctors and nurses are volunteering to treat patients using newly-ordered equipment that’s already on-site.




flu season

This flu season expected to be intense say experts
News coverage about Ebola has overshadowed an illness much more likely to affect South Carlina patients: the flu, which already has caused two deaths in the state.


Pectus surgery

"Iron Man" makes a splash after 'hole' in chest fixed
Carson Quick now isn't afraid to shed his shirt for swim team following a pectus excavatum surgery to corrent a congenital deformity that affects many teenagers at a time self-esteem can be most vulnerable.


Food to fight the flu

Boost your immune system to help keep the flu away
As cold and flu season approaches there are many foods packed with nutrients that help fortify your immune system to keep the cold and flu away.



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1. SC medical marijuana panel hears painful testimony

2. MUSC Children's Hospital Administrator John Sanders tackles cancer and the biggest challenge of his career

3. MUSC researchers closer to finding marker for concussions in MRI's


What Hollings has been able to do for me, not only am I still alive, but I'm living and having a good time.

John Sanders - MUSC Children's Hospital Administrator


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