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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.


Mary Holmes Singleton

Preacher finds new, life-saving calling
The Rev. Mary Holmes Singleton is MUSC's new "Transplant Angel," thanks to her tireless efforts on behalf of people waiting for organ transplants. 


school telehealth

Trips to the school nurse aren't what they used to be
An MUSC nurse practitioner's story shows how telehealth is connecting school kids with the specialists they need.


Ben and Ethan Leigh

Child Life team brings play, wonder to kids
Seeing Ethan Leigh smile made his parents' day. It's part of what the Child Life team at MUSC specializes in.


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Scottish 'fighter' hosts Science Cafe

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

MUSC part of $11.1M NIH aphasia study to help stroke patients

Studies give clearer picture of stroke prevention and recovery

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In the News

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

MUSC takes one step closer to new children's hospital

Former firefighter, musician win $1,000 each for quitting smoking


 It's puzzling because we certainly know there is a connection between the two. 

Dr. Constance Guille, MUSC psychiatrist about the link between springtime allergies and depression 


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