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Pancreatic Cancer

January 20, 2023

A type of cell that plays a key role in pancreatic cancer can trace its origin back to a structure that forms during embryonic development.

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President-Elect

January 18, 2023

MUSC Hollings Cancer Center’s Benjamin Toll, Ph.D., is thrilled to be elected to help lead the Society for Research on Nicotine & Tobacco.

Pediatric dermatologist Dr. Lara Wine Lee (left) and pediatric allergist Dr. Kelli Williams (right)

Dupilumab Approval

January 18, 2023

A new treatment, dupilumab, is now available to kids with eczema and eosinophilic esophagitis, thanks in part to pediatric clinical trials at MUSC.

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High Impact

January 12, 2023

Hollings Cancer Center director Raymond N. DuBois, M.D., Ph.D., honored two of the center’s up-and-coming researchers with the High Impact Publications Award.

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Marijuana Microbiome

January 12, 2023

MUSC researchers and their collaborators will explore how cannabis smoking alters the bacterial communities in the mouth and how those changes affect the brain.

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Robot Olympics

January 11, 2023

Playing “serious” games can be an effective and engaging way to teach teamwork and other skills to robotic surgery teams.

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Cancer Metastasis

January 11, 2023

A casual brainstorming session led Hollings researchers to consider how two systems within the body might be "talking" - and enabling cancers to grow.

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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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Cancer & Body Image

January 05, 2023

Head and neck cancer survivors often deal with body-image distress. A new cognitive behavioral therapy focused on their unique needs looks promising.

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Surgical Innovation

January 04, 2023

Schiller Surgical Innovation Center embraces AI to enhance decision-making and improve outcomes.

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