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Clemson-MUSC AI Hub

October 15, 2021

A new partnership between Clemson and MUSC has its sights set on using artificial intelligence to improve health care.

a man in a Clemson orange shirt and purple mask administers a vaccine to a man sitting in the drivers seat of a pickup truck

Health Fair

October 15, 2021

Healthy Me – Healthy SC kicked off a rural health fair initiative in Blackville this month.

Red Merck antiviral pills for COVID.

COVID Treatments

October 15, 2021

New treatments for COVID-19 may be on the way. Here’s how they work, plus the step an MUSC scientist encourages everyone to take.

Blackville Health Fair


October 15, 2021

Hollings rolled out a new mini-mobile health van to make it easier for parents to get their children HPV vaccinated.

Graph showing peaks of COVID in Tricounty area.

Two-Month Cycle

October 14, 2021

As COVID case rate drops 28% in a week for Tri-county, scientist says it looks like part of a pattern.

a woman sitting points to a device in the hand of a standing female audiologist

Repeat That, Please?

October 14, 2021

Audiologist Meredith Duffy has seen more people realize that, with so many people wearing masks, they can’t hear as well as they thought they could.

Bruce Dales with bike

Lifesaving Research

October 14, 2021

Dales will join the other 700 participants for LOWVELO saying the ride gives him a chance to connect with other cancer survivors.

Future Nurses

October 12, 2021

Nine of the newest staff members learning the ropes at MUSC Health are either still in high school or have just graduated.

Drs. Ostrowski and Guttridge

New Approach

October 12, 2021

MUSC Hollings researchers were recently awarded a $9.7M grant by the NCI to study excessive weight loss caused by cancer.

Caroline Perez and her husband

Veteran Battle

October 11, 2021

This mom couldn’t have imagined her toughest battle wouldn’t be in the military. It was fighting stage 4 terminal lung cancer.

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