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Dean Sarandeep Huja stands with Ann Edwards, the widow of the James B. Edwards College of Medicine's namesake.

Dental Clinic

August 12, 2022

Fast-growing MUSC Health West Ashley Medical Pavilion, which saw 64,000 patients last year, gets welcome new addition: a state-of-the-art dental clinic.

Dreamlike image of a woman sitting on a spiral tree looking into the distance

Living the Dream

August 12, 2022

Some dreams can be magical. Others confusing. But most have some element of mystery. Dr. Thomas Uhde has always been fascinated by the science behind them.

a nurse wearing gloves and a blue paper gown sits on a bed alongside a man in a hospital gown and puts her arm over his shoulder

Palmetto Gold

August 11, 2022

Two nurses on the inpatient unit of MUSC Hollings Cancer Center have been honored for their work with the Palmetto Gold.

Graph showing how COVID has progressed in Charleston Note on the graph says growth rate was down 12 percent in Charleston Tri-county area.

Peak Soon?

August 11, 2022

Is the decline of the BA.4 and BA.5-driven COVID wave in sight - or even already underway?

illustration of various parts of the human body glowing red to signify pain

Virtual Pain Management

August 10, 2022

A national study is assessing whether online courses on pain management can help cancer patients.

two men in business attire pose in a garden

Prostate Cancer Trial

August 05, 2022

A clinical trial at MUSC Hollings Cancer Center will investigate if a common statin could lead to a stronger anti-tumor response in prostate cancer patients.

Graph shows incidence of BA.4 and BA.5 rising in June and July.

BA.4 and BA.5

August 05, 2022

New COVID data from the Medical University of South Carolina show the Omicron subvariants BA.4 and BA.5 have taken over.

Natalyn Mann holds up a hand to her aunt Sara Cathey to freeze her. Natalynn is wearing a blue princess dress. Sara is wearing a bright pink t-shirt. Sara looks delighted.

Kidney Connection

August 05, 2022

A little girl with a life-threatening condition, an aunt who lost 100-plus pounds to help her and the transplant team that made it happen.

a young woman sits at a picnic table in a garden and smiles at the camera

Channeling Loss

August 04, 2022

MUSC student Valerie Salmon, 22, lost both her parents to cancer. She's riding in LOWVELO22 to fund research so fewer people will experience such loss.

photo of a man in business casual and blue gloves sitting at a lab bench

Pancreatic Cancer

August 03, 2022

Early career researcher at Hollings awarded grant by Pancreatic Cancer Action Network.

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