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Telehealth connects specialists to rural areas

Pediatrician Dr. Paul Hletko of Georgetown Pediatric Center said he's no high-tech whiz, but he didn't think twice about partnering with MUSC to be able to offer multiple telehealth programs. Read his success story here.


MUSC Boeing Announcement

MUSC receives $5 million investment from Boeing
Boeing at forefront of improving children’s health and wellness in SC by investing money in helping to build MUSC's new Children's Hospital.



Cancer patient gets special Cinderella moment
A young patient got a chance to learn just how good she looks in red at the recent Marine Ball when Marine Cpl. Terry Profit asked if there was a cancer patient who might enjoy attending the upcoming ball. For good reason, Kendra Crosby, came to everyone’s mind.



MUSC dietitian has tips to improve your marathon
Running enthusiasts can benefit from incorporating a planned nutrition strategy to improve their training and even impact finishing times.



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MUSC plan emphasizes diversity and inclusion

Former pro football player turns med student

Sister and brother lead Angel Tree parade

MUSC researcher helped create military sexual assault survey

Soccer program inspires MUSC student

MUSC researchers study impact of Deepwater Horizon oil spill

How the Deepwater Horizon oil spill affecting dolphins

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Patients at MUSC get special treat courtesy of the Stingrays

Mistaken identities plague lab work with human cells (NPR);
MUSC cancer geneticist Stephen Ethier sheds light on issue

Dr. Connie Best and other sexual assault experts address the evolving Bill Cosby story (The Guardian)

Kids at MUSC use technology to talk to Santa

New Darius Rucker video features children from MUSC's Children's Hospital

 Walmart foundation awards $41,000 to Chase After a Cure


... nevertheless, there are people out there who haven't gotten the memo, apparently.

Dr. Stephen Ethier
MUSC cancer geneticist about scientists unaware of contaminated cell lines despite published research


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