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Living the Dream

August 12, 2022

Some dreams can be magical. Others confusing. But most have some element of mystery. Dr. Thomas Uhde has always been fascinated by the science behind them.

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Virtual Pain Management

August 10, 2022

A national study is assessing whether online courses on pain management can help cancer patients.

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Prostate Cancer Trial

August 05, 2022

A clinical trial at MUSC Hollings Cancer Center will investigate if a common statin could lead to a stronger anti-tumor response in prostate cancer patients.

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Pancreatic Cancer

August 03, 2022

Early career researcher at Hollings awarded grant by Pancreatic Cancer Action Network.

Mary Mauldin

August 02, 2022

She's been known as an innovator in instructional technology, an educator, a leader and mentor to faculty, staff and students.

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Medulloblastoma Research

July 20, 2022

Jezabel R. Blanco is determined to find better treatments for children with medulloblastoma.

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Innovation Institute

July 18, 2022

Newly combined institute looks to take health care improvements from concept to reality more quickly.

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Cancer Research

July 14, 2022

Hollings researchers are testing combinations of drugs used for conditions including HIV and diabetes to instead fight cancer.

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MUSC Research Cores Day

June 30, 2022

When MUSC researchers collaborate and combine their expertise, technologies and passion, they tap into a special kind of energy.

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'Like Science Fiction'

June 22, 2022

Patient Marty Perlmutter says the CAR-T-cell therapy he received for cancer is like science fiction has become reality.

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