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Presbyopia

Innovations dramatically improve aging eyesight

It happens to pretty much everyone: As we get older, our vision gets worse and worse. An MUSC opthamologist is using the latest technology and a new diagnosis to change that.

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E-CIGARETTE REGULATION

E-cigarettes

Call for regulation in hazy world of e-cigarettes  
An MUSC cancer expert and tobacco reseracher is part of a national team calling for more regulation of e-cigarettes.
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BEAUTIFUL TRIBUTE

Mia Dieffenderfer memorial

Sky lanterns soar in tribute to amazing baby girl
Mia Dieffenderfer's family held a memorial service to honor the memory of a tiny girl who put up a big fight to live.

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NEW  PEDIATRIC CAMPUS

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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New children's hospital designed for family-centered care

Cutting-edge techniques helping people see clearly

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Coming full circle, mother returns to fragile world of NICU

'This outbreak is giving us a much bigger voice'

Google grant for NICU connects parents with babies

Scientist honored for work mentoring MUSC women



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  It's becoming an increasingly outpatient world.  

MUSC President David Cole, M.D.
 

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