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Double lung transplant lets patient catch breath

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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EBOLA PANEL

Ebola

Mark your calendar for expert panel discussion
MUSC Center for Global Health will screen PBS Frontline documentary, "Ebola Outbreak," and host a panel discussion to highlight the struggles containing and managing the Ebola crisis Sept. 25 at the Drug Discovery Building.
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REMEMBERING HUGO

HUGO

25 Years later, a look back at Hugo
MUSC employees reflect on what happened when Hurricane Hugo hit Charleston and MUSC on September 22, 1989.
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PROJECT OKURASE

Global Pharmacy

Pharmacy student helps patients in Ghana
Nana Assah, an MUSC pharmacy student and native of Ghana, understands the need for effective prescription safety and counseling for patients in Ghana.
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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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