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Nanotechnology targets transplants

MUSC company, ToleRaM, merges medicine with bioengineering to help transplant patients.
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DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

domestic violence

The ethics of dealing with domestic violence
One woman abused as a child grows up to become a lawyer and advocate, while two other women shot by their husbands return to the men who hurt them. Domestic violence is complex, as a conference at MUSC showed.
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PECTUS SUCCESS STORY

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.
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HELPING VETERANS

Jeffrey Borckardt

Novel treatment may help reduce use of pain meds
MUSC reseacher is part of a federally-funded project designed to find alternatives to addictive opiates for veterans in chronic pain.

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

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