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Relative Risks

April 16, 2024

Is there a role for e-cigarettes among adults who have not been able to stop using combustible cigarettes after using FDA-approved medication?

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Neuro Oncology

April 11, 2024

Working with people with brain tumors brings great satisfaction to South Carolina's only neuro-oncologists.

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OT for Oncology

April 08, 2024

Three MUSC occupational therapy students are passionate about elevating the profession's role in cancer care.

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Utilizing Libraries

April 08, 2024

Two MUSC researchers think that community libraries could hold the potential to improve head and neck cancer awareness.

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Stronger Together

April 04, 2024

The South Carolina Rare Disease Council hosted a symposium that gathered rare disease researchers and advocates to chart the path forward for improved care.

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Survivorship Symposium

April 01, 2024

South Carolinians interested in cancer survivorship - as providers, researchers, caregivers or survivors - are invited to the first SCOR symposium in June.

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Genes, Sex and Cannabis

March 27, 2024

MUSC researchers find differences in young adults’ experience of cannabis and risk for cannabis use disorder based on genetics and sex.

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Meningioma Research

March 26, 2024

Meningioma doesn't attract as much research as other types of brain tumors. But Dr. Ben Strickland believes his patients deserve more options.

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March 20, 2024

The annual PurpleStride walk raises money for pancreatic cancer research at Hollings Cancer Center.

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Lasting Impact

March 18, 2024

Patrick Flume, M.D., was recently honored with the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation's 2024 Impact Award.

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