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Double lung transplant lets patient catch breath

Patient David Flurett received a double-lung transplant in May and describes the miracle of a process that involves one of the most complicated organ transplants done. Read his story and the related story on how MUSC's Lung Transplant Program is giving S.C. residents a lifeline.





Nutrition tips to help start the school year right
Debbie Petitpain, LPN, is a  Sodexo Wellness Dietitian in MUSC’s Office of Health Promotion and gives a few tips on how to keep your children healthy throughout the year.



Landmark clinical trail to shape treatment
MUSC researchers played a vital role in the landmark Paradigm-HF clinical trial, recently published in the New England Journal of Medicine, that points path to new treatment for heart failure patients.


Dr. Roger Newman

MUSC OB/GYN writes thriller
Dr. Roger Newman, a nationally–recognized expert in high–risk obstetrics, wrote a medical thriller set against a backdrop of MUSC and the Lowcountry.


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2. MUSC Children's Hospital Administrator John Sanders tackles cancer and the biggest challenge of his career

3. MUSC researchers closer to finding marker for concussions in MRI's


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

John Sanders - MUSC Children's Hospital Administrator


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