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portrait of immunologist Silvia Guglietta in her lab at Hollings Cancer Center

Unlocking Immunotherapy

June 24, 2024

A Hollings immunologist will use an American Cancer Society Research Scholar Grant to study ways to make colorectal cancer more susceptible to immunotherapy.

Six panels of an exhibit. One shows a man wearing a suit. Another says family with three photos. Another says committed to the Carolinas. Another says giving.

The Duke Endowment

June 19, 2024

Exhibit showcasing history, mission and achievements of The Duke Endowment, private foundation that funds important work at MUSC and elsewhere, comes to campus.

image of the Hollings Cancer Center building with its preserved 1913 facade of columns and brick

P. gingivalis and Cancer

June 17, 2024

An MUSC Hollings Cancer Center team describes how the bacteria Porphyromonas gingivalis connects to chemotherapy resistance.

A wrapped piece of chocolate, a yellow can and a packaged gummy leaf. The labels say they contain delta-8 THC.

Delta-8 THC

May 28, 2024

MUSC scientists who study cannabis answer questions about delta-8 THC, a psychoactive substance that’s growing in popularity.

Dr. Christina Voelkel-Johnson

Monster Cancer Cells

May 28, 2024

Polyploid giant cancer cells, which are monstrously oversized and contain multiple nuclei, could be culprits in disease recurrence after cancer therapy.

 Telestroke demonstration. Nurse Jessica Hewitt (on left), MUSC Health provider Dr. Carlene Kingston (on screen) and nurse Perette Sabatino ( on stretcher).

Optimizing Telestroke

May 22, 2024

External evaluation of MUSC’s telestroke program confirms that stroke center certification and stroke coordinators improve stroke-care metrics.

a nurse leans over a monitor while in the background a patient sits in a chair with a cuff around his arm

Cancer Clinical Trials

May 20, 2024

A new dedicated phase I clinical trials unit at Hollings means more and different types of clinical trials will be available to cancer patients.

a man and woman pose in front of a wall bookshelf

Medication to Quit E-Cigs

May 16, 2024

A new study is the first in the U.S. to show that an available generic drug could help people stop using e-cigarettes.

Pharm.D. student Latavia Fields, who has benefitted from outreach proograms developed by Dr. Marvellla Ford

MUSC Pipeline Programs

May 13, 2024

MUSC’s pipeline programs build the skills of underrepresented students and prepare them for careers in health care and medical research.

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