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Escape Room

June 26, 2019

All play and no work? Not exactly, when it comes to this escape room video game.

Truck parked in front of MUSC library

Hurricane Awareness

June 25, 2019

MUSC spends day educating employees, students and community about what to do if a hurricane has its sights set on Charleston.

Dr. Mark Rubinstein in his laboratory.

Immunotherapy Grant

June 24, 2019

The NCI awards a $3M grant to the Hollings Cancer Center researchers to continue work on an immunotherapy combination to treat lung cancer.

ASK Day

June 21, 2019

On Asking Saves Kids Day, doctors encourage parents to ask a certain question before kids visit someone else’s house.

Richard Gross sits and talks in his office

Lifetime's Work

June 21, 2019

From Pakistan to Vietnam to Charleston, an MUSC doctor's drive to help patients and his community has inspired his students and friends.

Dan Newton poses in the lab

Health Disparities

June 20, 2019

MUSC investigators find that many African American children have a variation of a gene linked to lower vitamin D status.

Evans and Starr in OR

Trauma Shift

June 20, 2019

Follow along with trauma surgeon Heather Evans, M.D., as she navigates one crazy 17-hour on-call shift.

A woman pretends to inject a medication into another person's leg

Straight to the Point

June 19, 2019

Using an injectable medication can be daunting. A pharmacy resident started a pilot program to help people with the task.

Kathleen Cartmell

HPV Vaccination

June 19, 2019

South Carolina had the third largest increase in HPV up to date vaccination status from 2016 to 2017.

National Leader

June 18, 2019

The cardiology and heart surgery team at MUSC Children’s Health ranks No. 7 in the U.S., continuing trend toward top.

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