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Ewing Sarcoma

April 24, 2024

An Ewing sarcoma researcher at MUSC is one of three scientists nationwide to receive a career development award from the Rally Foundation.

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Blue Sky Winners

April 23, 2024

Teams working to improve substance use screening in trauma centers and relieve symptoms of a connective tissue disease take home this year’s Blue Sky Awards.

Dr. Bashar Badran

Small But Mighty

April 23, 2024

The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences ranked ninth in the country for NIH funding in 2023.

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Improving Cancer Immunotherapy

April 22, 2024

Hollings researchers use patented technology to improve immunotherapy by prolonging survival of cancer-fighting T-cells.

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Precision Surgery

April 22, 2024

Head and neck cancer surgeons at Hollings are testing a fluorescent dye that illuminates nerves, which should make them easier to find during surgery.

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Marti's Wish

April 19, 2024

Through years of heartache and hard work, widower raises funds for research into the cancer that took his wife.

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Neuro Oncology

April 11, 2024

Working with people with brain tumors brings great satisfaction to South Carolina's only neuro-oncologists.

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Utilizing Libraries

April 08, 2024

Two MUSC researchers think that community libraries could hold the potential to improve head and neck cancer awareness.

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Stronger Together

April 04, 2024

The South Carolina Rare Disease Council hosted a symposium that gathered rare disease researchers and advocates to chart the path forward for improved care.

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Survivorship Symposium

April 01, 2024

South Carolinians interested in cancer survivorship - as providers, researchers, caregivers or survivors - are invited to the first SCOR symposium in June.

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