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Clinical Trials

December 02, 2022

Clinical trials coordinator Alexandria Green falls in love with all her patients. But she's formed a particularly strong bond with one in particular.

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DNA Repair

November 30, 2022

A protein that is normally thought of as controlling transcription is actually holding down two jobs, researchers at MUSC Hollings Cancer Center found.

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Long COVID Research

November 29, 2022

Kids at MUSC Children’s Health play important role in helping scientists figure out effects of long COVID.

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Rising Rates

November 28, 2022

South Carolina is seeing one of the fastest rises in anal cancer incidence among women and anal cancer mortality among men.

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Antibiotics Affect Bone

November 22, 2022

Long-term use of antibiotics such as minocycline may have unintended, long-lasting effects on healthy bone maturation.

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Lung Cancer Screening

November 22, 2022

For lung cancer screening to work, people need to get scans every year. But a new study shows people don't return for repeat scans.

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Smoking Cessation E-visits

November 16, 2022

People in rural areas are more likely to smoke and less likely to quit. A Hollings psychologist is using e-visits to reach these smokers and help them to quit.

Ronald Teufel, II, M.D. (left) in conversation with Andrew Atz, M.D. (right)

Pediatric Covid Treatment

November 16, 2022

A study conducted at 42 children’s hospitals showed a lower-than-expected compliance rate with recently released guidelines for COVID-19 care.

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Psychedelic Phenomenon

November 08, 2022

Psychedelics are a buzzy subject these days, with promising clinical trials and celebrity fans. Here’s what a psychiatrist says you need to keep in mind.

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Transportation Insecurity

November 01, 2022

All the advances in cancer care don't help if people can't get to appointments. A paper lays out the issue of transportation insecurity for people with cancer.

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