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MLK Service

January 18, 2023

MUSC students spent MLK Day cooking meals at Ronald McDonald House-Charleston.

Dental Outreach

January 17, 2023

Dental residents and students are back to providing specialized dental services to underserved populations at Johns Island clinic.

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Bridge Rider

January 11, 2023

Emily Bott didn't plan to ride in LOWVELO. But when her mom was diagnosed with breast cancer, she wanted a way to contribute to cancer research.

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Clinical Trials

January 10, 2023

With almost 20 years in clinical trials under her belt, Shanta Salzer loves that she can help patients and advance cancer research.

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Having a Fit

January 05, 2023

In this month's "Trust Me, I Know a Doctor," Bryce tackles his new year's resolution: getting more exercise. He might have his work cut out for him.

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Living with Loss

December 20, 2022

The average lung cancer patient is a 71-year-old man. Kelly Bulak was far from the average. Her parents are still grappling with her death from this disease.

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2022’s Top Stories

December 19, 2022

It has been a year of transition and tragedy – but also of remarkable achievements at MUSC.

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Calm Boxes

December 07, 2022

Dr. Joy Lauerer is helping homeless kids better deal with emotions by using something she calls “calm boxes,” which contain a range of multi sensory toys.

MUSC employees pick up bags filled with gifts for children at the Angel Tree Parade. One is dressed as the Grinch. Others are wearing festive sweaters and hats.

Angel Tree Parade

December 06, 2022

Crowd turns out to watch and cheer as MUSC holds its first Angel Tree Parade since the pandemic hit.

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