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The discovery of the Omicron variant was announced just last week in South Africa. Since then, it has cropped up in other countries.

Omicron Variant

November 29, 2021

“There's no question that it's scary because of the genetics and the shape of the virus,” scientist says of Omicron. But don't panic, he advises.

closeup of a pride rainbow flag and a transgender flag flying


November 23, 2021

MUSC is increasing its focus on providing culturally competent care to the LGBTQ community as well as looking inward, as an employer of LGBTQ people.

Small pumpkins surround a plaque with the word thankful.

Pandemic Thanksgiving

November 23, 2021

During second Thanksgiving of pandemic, health chief says there’s a lot to be thankful for in fight against COVID.

Dr. Evan Graboyes stands in front of Wellin Head and Neck Clinic sign

Medicaid Expansion

November 22, 2021

A new study estimates that over 5,000 cancer deaths were prevented in early Medicaid expansion states during the study period.

Assortment of logos conveying donating with text overlaid that says Giving Tuesday

Giving Tuesday

November 19, 2021

State funds make up less than 4% of MUSC’s annual budget. That’s why Giving Tuesday is so important to MUSC.

three people stand in a hospital hallway chatting

Violence Prevention

November 17, 2021

As firearm injuries have skyrocketed, MUSC has launched a violence intervention program aimed at reducing revictimization and improving outcomes.

Pandora DeJong age 10 closes her eyes while getting COVID vaccine.

COVID Clinic

November 17, 2021

Families line up at Charleston County elementary school to get 5- to 11-year-olds vaccinated against COVID through partnership with MUSC Health.

Hollings team members gather for a photo before the PanCAN balloon walk


November 17, 2021

Hollings kicked off Pancreatic Cancer Awareness month with a balloon walk marking the start of an exciting week for PanCAN SC.

Bob Hessler stands outside in a garden

Renewed Twice

November 16, 2021

Boosted by his success in beating alcoholism 15 years ago, Bob Hessler was determined to defeat his pancreatic cancer too.

Five children help light the Angel Tree.

Angel Tree

November 15, 2021

Lighting of the Angel Tree symbolizes start of the holiday season at MUSC. This year’s ceremony included little tree lighters who couldn’t wait.

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