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Food Allergy Treatment

February 28, 2024

Some people with multiple food allergies have new way to reduce risk of dangerous reactions.

HPV public health researcher Kalyani "Kelly" Sonawane

Vaccine Hesitation

February 20, 2024

The parents of millions of teens don't intend to vaccinate them against HPV, a virus that can cause six types of cancer.

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Vision to Learn

January 29, 2024

“I’ve gone through like 16 pairs of glasses,” 3rd grader says. Replacing them is expensive. MUSC is part of solution.

pediatric oncology researcher Jezabel Rodriguez Blanco

Medulloblastoma Relapse

January 17, 2024

Alex's Lemonade Stand awarded Dr. Jezabel Rodriguez Blanco a grant to research ways to prevent medulloblastoma relapse, a cancerous brain tumor in kids.

Dr. Jacqueline Kraveka

New Drug Approval

December 20, 2023

A newly approved drug to prevent neuroblastoma relapse is a huge win for patients and their families, says Jacqueline Kraveka, D.O.

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Respiratory Viruses

December 15, 2023

Respiratory viruses are hitting SC hard. “We have to wash our hands, stay away from people who are sick. There's still time to be vaccinated,” expert says.

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Busy Season

November 20, 2023

After-hours kids’ clinics are filling up quickly each day as seasonal viruses spread. Here’s what the medical director wants parents to know.

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Toddler Drinks

October 25, 2023

“I think there's a real problem with toddler formula, because most toddlers just don't need it,” MUSC Children’s Health pediatrician says.

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Fishy Business

October 20, 2023

“Do you want to see a shark or sea turtles?” “Turtles!” Technology transports girl from hospital bed to place she’d much rather be.

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School Safety

October 03, 2023

When a stabbing shook up a Charleston County high school, MUSC mental health experts were ready to help.

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