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ADHD Increase

June 19, 2024

A growing number of kids have now been diagnosed with ADHD. We look at the types of ADHD and treatments.

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The Duke Endowment

June 19, 2024

Exhibit showcasing history, mission and achievements of The Duke Endowment, private foundation that funds important work at MUSC and elsewhere, comes to campus.

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P. gingivalis and Cancer

June 17, 2024

An MUSC Hollings Cancer Center team describes how the bacteria Porphyromonas gingivalis connects to chemotherapy resistance.

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Chief Wellbeing Officer

June 12, 2024

MUSC's chief wellbeing officer sees working in health care as calling and privilege. But Dr. Heather Farley also knows it can take a toll without right support.

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Triple-Negative Breast Cancer

June 11, 2024

Sarah Harry may be retired but she is one busy woman: caregiving, church activities - and chemotherapy for herself.

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Fighting Gum Disease

June 10, 2024

Research from the Medical University of South Carolina suggests that statins may not only reduce cholesterol levels but also help fight gum disease.

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Kids Eat Free at MUSC

June 10, 2024

As summer approaches, MUSC gears up to celebrate the 10th anniversary of its Kids Eat Free at MUSC program.

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Life or Death Decisions

June 10, 2024

New research gives neurosurgeons and families important information about whether to withdraw life support from patients with severe traumatic brain injuries.

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Summer Wave?

June 05, 2024

With new variants on rise and history of summer COVID waves, what an MUSC scientist wants you to know.

MUSC Chas NOY 2024

May 31, 2024

MSICU nurse Brooke Hiers is the epitome of the ideal nurse. She was among dozens of MUSC nurses honored during Nurses Week 2024.

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