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Unexpected moments add to joy of celebration

MUSC celebrated Shawn Jenkins and his family for their $25 million donation to the new children's hospital, and some surprising moments added to the emotional impact.

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TRAUMA SURVIVOR

Trauma

MUSC nurse knows first-hand about trauma
A crash left Connie Barbour with physical and emotional scars. Now, she's using her experience to help other trauma survivors.
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CHILD ABUSE

Doctors: Child abuse can be tricky to spot
Two doctors describe cases where evidence of child abuse was almost missed, hoping their stories will better arm experts to spot abuse in the future.
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MAGNETIC PROSTHETIC

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Boy with bone cancer gets magnetic prosthetic
Geomani Winstead is the second child in S.C. to get a high-tech prosthetic to replace bone lost to cancer. Both boys got their implants at MUSC.
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We'll be giving milk to very preterm babies, babies born at less than 3 pounds, 3 ounces, until they're 34 weeks.

MUSC Neonatologist Sarah Taylor, discussing the new Mother's Milk Bank of SC

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