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MUSC Board of Trustees selects Dr. Cole for President

The MUSC board of trustees has made its selection of a new president..





HPV oral cancer

Study puts spotlight on need for more awareness
MUSC study published in JAMA Otolaryngology raises discussion about initial symptoms in patients with throat cancer and why numbers are rising.



Gender-based research

Why women matter in doing research, treatments
The Women's Research Center at MUSC will hold its second annual Women's Health Research Day April 3 highlighting how gender-based research is impacting the quality of health care.


Physician tests out Google Glass

Physician gets fresh view testing new technology
As a beta tester and Google Glass 'explorer,' Dr. Joseph Sakran explores ways the new technology can enhance and transform surgical care abroad and at home.

More News

MUSC hosts group walk for National Walking Day

MUSC Children’s Cardiology program first in Southeast to use mini cardiac monitor

MUSC Pediatric Brain Tumor program aims to find cures, help families

Global 'reality bath' a great journey for medical leaders

Doctors shape health of community schools

MUSC trustees oppose merger legislation

Donation targets pediatric eating disorders

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In the News

1. Autism or lead poisoning?: One local mom and a new film, 'MisLEAD,' seek to raise the question

2. Sniff, sniff, wheeze, wheeze - 'worst' pollen season arrives in Lowcountry

3. Man says Sleep Apnea implant saved his life

We implanted 6 people at MUSC. Nationwide, and in Europe, as part of the study, 126 people received that device. 70% of the people were completely successful with the device.

Dr. M. Boyd Gillespie - Department of Otolaryngology at MUSC


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