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Vaccine Q&A 6

February 26, 2021

This week Dr. Danielle Scheurer talks about ways to incentivize people to get vaccinated.

An image of the heart as it shows up on the artificial intelligence radiology software.

Early Warning

February 23, 2021

A radiology artificial intelligence program proved so useful that the technology will now be used across the MUSC Health system.

Graphs showing COVID cases down in Charleston county and an average test positivity rate of 8.4%.

Sharp Drop

February 23, 2021

The blue arrow tells the story – the COVID case rate heads down in Charleston area. But MUSC expert has eye on potential spoiler.

Collage of vaccine shot being given into arm, Covid virus, and man wearing mask with text that says Covid 19 Vaccination & Cancer Patients, a panel discussion for patients, survivors, and caregivers on March 4 at 5 p.m. EST

Vaccine Panel

February 19, 2021

Hollings will host a virtual panel discussion and Q&A session on March 4 about COVID-19 vaccination for cancer patients.

Syringe filled with vaccine about to be injected into upper arm

Vaccine milestone

February 18, 2021

MUSC administered its 100,000th dose of COVID-19 vaccine this week.

Illustration of the virus that causes COVID-19.

Mixed Bag

February 17, 2021

COVID case rates dip in Tri-county, but it’s a different story for two other parts of the state monitored by MUSC tracking team.

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Vaccine Q&A 5

February 16, 2021

State officials, drug companies and vaccinators might be starting to hit their stride.

Illustration of coronavirus by Dr. StClaire from Pixabay

Going Green

February 09, 2021

MUSC team tracking COVID in Charleston, Florence and Lancaster areas sees trends in right direction with more key indicators going green.

Dr. David Cachia talks with another doctor

COVID & Cancer Study

February 08, 2021

A nationwide study hopes to gain insight about COVID-19 in cancer patients and how treatment outcomes are affected.

a tray full of vials

Vaccine Q&A 4

February 08, 2021

Unfortunately for vaccinators, demand is currently winning in the battle against supply.

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