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The VAN-DAN network of the brain.

Attention and PTSD

October 27, 2021

Adults with maltreatment-related posttraumatic stress disorder or with a history of sexual abuse have reduced brain connectivity. Oxytocin can help.

Lana Kammer walking

Exercise Health

October 27, 2021

Lana Kammer, an endometrial and breast cancer survivor, credits her daily walking routine for helping during cancer treatment.

Dr. Raymond N. DuBois leads first lady Dr. Jill Biden on a tour of Hollings research labs

Historic Visit

October 27, 2021

First lady Dr. Jill Biden promotes health equity and breast cancer awareness during a visit to MUSC Hollings Cancer Center.

A group of people walk down a hall looking at a new building

Transplant cyclist

October 26, 2021

For Zachary Sutton, a physician assistant at MUSC Health’s Transplant Clinic in Greenville, altruism is second-nature.

Dr. Lauren Ball (left) and Dr. Eric Meissner (right) in the proteomics facility.

Healing Scarred Liver

October 26, 2021

A decrease in the activity of proteins involved in liver scarring after hepatitis C treatment could suggest a path toward healing of cirrhotic liver tissue.

View of the synapses, brain connections and neural network circuits.

Treating Parkinson's Disease

October 25, 2021

Inhibiting a specific protein, Bach1, slowed the deterioration of brain cells in preclinical models of Parkinson's disease.

Out of the Darkness walk participant Zoe Jones receives an award.

Out of Darkness

October 25, 2021

For first time since 2019, suicide prevention fundraiser holds in-person walk, with emphasis on community building and reaching Spanish speakers.

Breast Cancer Illustration

Cutting-edge Reconstruction

October 22, 2021

Hollings is offering breast cancer patients more reconstructive options thanks to technology and advanced surgical techniques.

A team of six nurses surround a COVID patient who lies face down on a bed, covered in drypads

COVID in photos

October 22, 2021

Former photojournalist Alan Hawes changed professions to nursing because he wanted to become more of an active participant in making the world a better place.

Dag Pavic with breast imaging device

National Breast Study

October 21, 2021

The TMIST trial will provide insights into which type of screening is best and how to improve future breast cancer patient care.

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