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COVID Drug Trial

September 17, 2021

A clinical trial is enrolling people with mild COVID-19 to see if any of three existing drugs work against the disease.

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Alcohol & Cancer

September 16, 2021

According to a new population-based study, researchers attributed over 700K new cases of cancer in 2020 to alcohol consumption.

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Cancer Prevention

September 13, 2021

Hollings director appointed to international working group dedicated to supporting cancer prevention research.

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September 09, 2021

Hollings taking part in study to improve the delivery of patient-centered care for head and neck cancer survivors.

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NTM Lung Disease

September 07, 2021

Older patients with nontuberculous mycobacterial lung disease are hospitalized sooner and more often than their counterparts without the disease.

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Ochsner Award

September 02, 2021

Hollings researcher Dr. Michael Cummings won a prestigious award for his major contributions connecting smoking and disease.

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Jordan J. Elm, PhD, of Public Health Sciences; Tanya Turan, M.D, .Neurology, Stroke; Marc Chimowitz, M.D.Neurology, Stroke; Renee Martin, Ph.D,  Public Health Sciences, Design, conduct and analysis of clinical trials and statistical methods accounting for missing dataStroke clinical trials

Preventing Stroke

September 01, 2021

MUSC neurologist will co-lead the CAPTIVA trial, which will enroll 1,683 participants with a narrowed brain artery across 115 U.S. sites.

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Fair Allocation

August 26, 2021

Transplant surgeon argues that new kidney allocation system unfairly impacts patients in rural areas.

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New Discovery

August 23, 2021

Hollings researchers found a mechanism showing how gene mutations allow tumors to evade detection in colorectal cancer patients.

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Telehealth Roadmap

August 23, 2021

The Telehealth Service Implementation Model (TSIM) is a roadmap for navigating the complexities of establishing a strong and durable telehealth program.

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