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Transmission electron micrograph of SARS-CoV-2 virus particles isolated from a patient.

Endemic COVID

July 22, 2021

As COVID cases rise in Tri-county, scientist says we’re shifting from “pandemic” to “endemic” situation.

South Carolina Secretary of State Mark Hammond and Dr. Raymond N. DuBois at cancer settlement press conference.jpg

Cancer Settlement

July 22, 2021

MUSC Hollings Cancer Center will receive $39K following a landmark enforcement action against four fraudulent cancer charities.

Girl wearing a mask.

School Masks

July 21, 2021

As American Academy of Pediatrics urges everyone over 2 to mask up in school, pediatrician sees worrying uptick in “winter viruses.”

Dr. Brian Hess with a patient

Lymphoma Trials

July 21, 2021

Brian Hess, M.D., a Hollings researcher and lymphoma specialist, was key in bringing a lymphoma clinical trial to Hollings.

Jana Chanthabane stands for a portrait on Sullivan's Island

Cancer Swim

July 20, 2021

Cancer survivor Jana Chanthabane turns tragedy into triumph while raising money for cancer research in Swim Across America.

portrait of Richard Gadsden

Computing Career

July 19, 2021

Richard Gadsden reflects on the evolution of computing technology that he's been part of in 43 years at MUSC.

Antibodies attacking neuron in 3D illustration. Concept of autoimmune neurologic diseases. iStock


July 15, 2021

Guillain-Barre syndrome expert “cautiously skeptical” about idea that COVID-19 vaccine may have caused people to get GBS.

Illustration of the coronavirus.

Upward Trend

July 15, 2021

For third week in a row, COVID cases are up in Tri-county area. Scientist says it’s tough to predict next peak.

Diversity of closed hands up design, people multi-ethnic race and community theme.

Team Diversity

July 14, 2021

Influenced by world events, MUSC vice chair for Academic Programs teaches students and educators about the importance of adopting a global perspective.

 Rhett Gillins, Barbara Franklin, Amy Patrick, Linda Naert of the Lowcountry Senior Network assemble bags for homeless seniors.

Homeless Help

July 14, 2021

The number of homeless older adults who lack essential supplies is growing. MUSC’S Center on Aging is part of a team working to fill those needs.

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