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Ebola expert talks about first U.S. case in Texas

MUSC infectious disease expert comments on how first case of Ebola affects U.S. hospitals. MUSC's Center for Global Health recently hosted an expert panel on Ebola to explore its impact on global health.




Cobre-stroke center

MUSC gets $10.8 million grant for stroke center
Stroke is one of the most disabling conditions in the U.S. and one of the main causes of long-term disability. This grant will help fund a stroke recovery center in the “stroke belt” region of the United States. See infographic here.


NICU Heroes Award

Nurse receives national award for going extra mile
MUSC nurse practitioner Stephanie Horecky Hall was nominated by a former patient’s mother for the national NICU Heroes Award.


Lung transplant

Patient marvels over miracle of new lungs
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..


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In the News

1. Dr. Andrew Kraft and Hollings Cancer Center: Mission accomplished

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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