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Inside Out Project

Art sheds light on National Sickle Cell Disease Awareness Month

The Turning Sickle Cell INSIDE OUT photographic project has been unveiled at the Medical University of South Carolina.



rachel darling (patient)

Striking balance after hip and knee replacement
Medication given after joint replacement surgery helps prevent one problem but can contribute to others. New research seeks answers about the right balance for patients.


Mental health gets big online boost 
Psychiatry is one of the faster-growing services in MUSC's telehealth program, giving more patients access to the mental health care they need.



3-D Printing

Future of growing human organs for transplant
A tour group representing members of Congress toured the Biofabrication Lab at MUSC, where researchers are laying the groundwork for one day growing human organs for transplant.


More News

Space technology may lead to discoveries about Alzheimer's, stroke, schizophrenia

Remembering 'incredibly gifted clinician' who fought HIV, AIDS

MUSC-led study: Telehealth effective for mentally ill

Common cardiac valve disease gene identified for first time
by international team

Neurosurgeons make 'radical' move, start fitness program

Globe-trotting scientist lived remarkable life

Couple celebrates anniversaries in ICU

Palliative care patient who'd given up gets ready to go home

Kids Eat Free at MUSC offers summer meals to children

Protein in body can affect likelihood of addiction

MUSC now offers Master of Public Health degree


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In the News

Lowcountry Jazz Festival helps MUSC dental student achieve dreams

New hepatitis C drugs offer patients hope - at high cost

One of the best predictors for Parkinson's disease is not a drug

Letter: MUSC is raising the number of black physicians

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 housekeeping crew volunteered to clean up at Emanuel AME

There's no doubt these [new hepatitis C drugs] are game changers.

Dr. Eric Meissner
MUSC infectious disease specialist


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