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Hand holding COVID-19 vaccine by Janssen, part of Johnson and Johnson.

COVID-19 Vaccine Research

January 26, 2021

As people wait for their turn to get COVID-19 vaccine, MUSC tests two possible alternatives.

a group of young boys looks at an art project in a school classroom

School Discipline

January 22, 2021

Even after accounting for factors associated with bad behavior, researchers found Black elementary children more likely to be suspended than white children.

Dr. Todd Gourdin talks with a patient in an exam room while both wear masks

Prostate Study

January 21, 2021

A Hollings clinical trial is testing the impact of changing the order of treatments for metastatic prostate cancer patients.

Dr. Elizabeth Hill

Biostatistics Director

January 20, 2021

Dr. Elizabeth Hill has joined MUSC Hollings Cancer Center as the new director of the Biostatistics Shared Resource.

Girl walking to school wearing backpack and mask during coronavirus pandemic.

Low School Spread

January 19, 2021

Some experts feared in-person school during pandemic would cause surge in cases. Data show that hasn’t happened in Charleston County.

group of participants walk in the head for the cure event in 2020

Brain Cancer

January 14, 2021

A portion of the proceeds from this year's Head for the Cure Charleston 5K will support brain cancer research at Hollings.

two people in operating room garb stand over a patient's legs

Guardian Needle

January 11, 2021

A product conceived of by MUSC Health clinicians, developed by ZIAN engineers and now manufactured by Rhythmlink will make the operating room a safer place.

Tony Pesavento stands outside with a garden path behind him

True Fighter

January 11, 2021

Marine veteran Tony Pesavento survived multiple battles with larynx cancer and credits a clinical trial with saving his life.

Nurse Tammy Justice Alberts reconstitutes a COVID-19 vaccine to prepare to give it to an MUSC employee.

COVID Survey

January 11, 2021

Almost 100 people have signed up so far for an MUSC survey that could help Charleston as it tries to bring COVID-19 under control.

Dr. Michael Lilly stands in the lobby of Hollings Cancer Center

Promising Drug

January 06, 2021

Hollings researchers are testing a new prostate cancer drug that may help patients who stop responding to standard treatments.

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