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Viral Variant

January 25, 2021

As COVID-19 cases plateau in Charleston area, MUSC COVID-19 Epidemiology Intelligence Project warns of faster-spreading variants.

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School Discipline

January 22, 2021

Even after accounting for factors associated with bad behavior, researchers found Black elementary children more likely to be suspended than white children.

Medical Scientist Training Program student Stephaie DiLucia

Medical Scientists

January 21, 2021

Applications for the increasingly diverse Medical Scientist Training Program at MUSC are up substantially, attracting “cream of the crop.”

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Prostate Study

January 21, 2021

A Hollings clinical trial is testing the impact of changing the order of treatments for metastatic prostate cancer patients.

Dr. Elizabeth Hill

Biostatistics Director

January 20, 2021

Dr. Elizabeth Hill has joined MUSC Hollings Cancer Center as the new director of the Biostatistics Shared Resource.

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Low School Spread

January 19, 2021

Some experts feared in-person school during pandemic would cause surge in cases. Data show that hasn’t happened in Charleston County.

Dr. Scheurer receiving first dose of Pfizer vaccine.

Vaccine Q and A

January 19, 2021

Dr. Danielle Scheurer, MUSC Health System's chief quality officer, talks all things vaccine.

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Brain Cancer

January 14, 2021

A portion of the proceeds from this year's Head for the Cure Charleston 5K will support brain cancer research at Hollings.

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Early Treatment

January 14, 2021

MUSC Health works to expand access to monoclonal antibody infusions to treat COVID-19 after seeing good results in the first batch of patients in late 2020.

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Guardian Needle

January 11, 2021

A product conceived of by MUSC Health clinicians, developed by ZIAN engineers and now manufactured by Rhythmlink will make the operating room a safer place.

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