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KC Jackson

From heart murmur to heartbreak to happiness

What KC Jackson, center left, has been through has been compared to the movie "Steel Magnolias."

...But her story has a very happy ending.


Mary Holmes Singleton

Imaging reveals changes caused by head impacts
A study found head impacts cause changes in the brains of football players, even when they aren't diagnosed with concussions.


Horace Britton, Krista Dickinson

Outwitting 'smart' cancers with genomics
A new way of looking at cancer has led to the creation of a Genomics Tumor Board at MUSC. It's already helping doctors make better treatment choices.


3-D mammograms

New 3-D mammograms bring peace of mind
MUSC now offers 3-D mammograms, which let doctors spot breast cancer earlier and cut down on false positives.


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Bringing diabetic care to rural communities

It's time: MUSC leaders push for autism-friendly care

Doctors discuss new information about Zika virus risks

New certification shows high level of stroke care at MUSC

Award-winning host highlights MUSC expertise

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MUSC's Science Cafe series offers up research during happy hour (The Post and Courier, 5/3)

Where are the best online master's programs in nursing? (Becker's Hospital review, 5/3)

Tobacco control experts defend vaping (The San Diego Tribune, 4/24)

Suicide in spring may be linked to seasonal allergies (The Post and Courier, 4/19)

Deborah Deas, M.D., appointed dean of the UC Riverside School of Medicine (UCR/Today, 4/18)

Calls for higher heparin-dosing caps in obese with ACS (Medscape, 4/11)

Could this nerve transform medicine?

MUSC to host week of events during National Public Health Week

Can oil spills make you fat?

Southern food pioneer recovering after successful liver surgery

 We want [people] to appreciate what our researchers are doing. We want to hear from the public.

Loretta Lynch-Reichert, discussing MUSC's Science Cafes


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