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Kids Eat Free at MUSC a success

When a dietitian at MUSC decided to create a summer kids' meal program, she had no idea how unusual that was for a hospital. Since then, the program has served more than 1,700 meals - and created a blueprint for other hospitals to follow.



Soccer team now in MUSC Health Stadium
MUSC Health has been awarded naming rights to the Charleston Battery stadium through the end of the decade.



Man who'd given up gets ready to go home
Dr. Maribeth Bosshardt has a really good reason to smile: A patient who once felt hopeless is giving her two thumbs up to say he now feels much better.



MUSC now offers Master of Public Health degree
This fall, MUSC will launch a Master of Public Health degree with three courses of study. Public health professionals are in high demand.



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Exploring stroke, heart disease disparities with large AHA grant

New Visualase technology helps patient live her life

New Hematology/Oncology director plans to expand clinical services, research

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Patients seeking alternatives to statins may undergo rigorous vetting

Telemedicine can widen access to depression therapy for seniors

U.S. News names MUSC top SC hospital

MUSC Neurosurgery Department embarks on unusual wellness program

Children lobby for MUSC on Capitol Hill

MUSC housekeeping crew volunteered to clean up at Emanuel AME

Psychotherapy works for depression whether you deliver it by face to face or the telemedicine approach.

Dr. Leonard Egede
Allen H. Johnson Endowed Chair at MUSC


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