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Donna Friedman, Dr. Renee Rienecke

MUSC eating disorders clinic provides safe haven

"We need to give them the tools to fight" - Donna Friedman, left, anorexia survivor-turned-advocate.

...Read how the new Friedman Center for Eating Disorders is doing that through a highly-effective form of treatment.


Dr. Michelle Hudspeth

MUSC Children's Hospital ranks in six categories
U.S. News & World Report has recognized the nation's best children's hospitals, and several MUSC divisions earned high rankings.


Neil Maes

MUSC patient hears call to compete in national bee
Neil Maes, born with profound hearing loss, got cochlear implants at MUSC as a baby. Today he hears - and spells - so well, he's making a national splash.


Dr. Deepak Bastia

DNA study may help lead to 'dignified aging'
Dr. Deepak Bastia and colleagues are unraveling the rhythm of our DNA. Their work is changing how researchers study aging.


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MUSC, Harbor Entrepeneur Center tolaunch life-science tech accelerator in Charleston (6/22)

Experts stress early detection to prevent colon cancer (6/20)

MUSC staff, students rally in support of Ashley River bridge bike lane (6/20)

Cancer doctors leading campaign to boost use of HPV vaccine (6/19)

North Myrtle Beach girls run 120 miles for charity (Myrtle Beach Online, 6/18)

Experts weigh federal, local efforts to combat Zika (The Post and Courier, 6/10)

New MUSC medical school dean talks health disparities, student debt (The Post and Courier, 6/7)

MUSC is making impressive progress on diversity (The Post and Courier, 6/4)

$3.6M grant to help Charleston church shooting victims' families, survivors (The Post and Courier, 6/2)

Cancer Institute awards MUSC Hollings $15 million to lead studies on tobacco policy, e-cigs (The Post and Courier, 6/2)

'Sight for Shu': Fundraising effort gives child a second chance at vision (The Post and Courier, 5/31)

No way to keep superbugs out, Charleston-area hospitals say (The Post and Courier, 5/27)


We're working together to try and screen the underprivileged and I think that's wonderful. The more we know, the more we can help improve the early [colon cancer] detection rate .

Dr. Raymond DuBois, dean of the MUSC College of Medicine


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