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Last year was a banner year for MUSC, and no department embodied that more than the Transplant Center. Photos by Sarah Pack

Transplant Records

February 26, 2020

From sheer number of organs transplanted to the first telehealth post-op visit, the MUSC Transplant Center had a year of records and firsts.

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Moving Day

February 25, 2020

In just four hours, children in the MUSC Children's Health ICU moved from the old hospital to the new on Saturday.

Organ Transplants

February 21, 2020

In a twist of irony, the opioid epidemic that has claimed the lives of thousands is saving the lives of others in the United States.

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Stroke Care

February 14, 2020

MUSC Health’s Comprehensive Stroke Center team is celebrating a big milestone – the 1,000th patient treated with the ADAPT procedure.

Tying the Leash

February 14, 2020

There was a smile on almost every face, human and canine, at a Valentine’s Day “Bow Wow” wedding at MUSC.

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Smoking Intervention

February 03, 2020

An MUSC researcher found giving smokers a free starter kit of nicotine replacement therapy at their annual doctor visit increased their odds of quitting.

Coronavirus Care

January 31, 2020

Visiting scholars at MUSC from China are raising money to help colleagues in Wuhan battle coronavirus.

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Plastic Free MUSC

January 31, 2020

The City of Charleston and MUSC have embarked on a single-use plastic ban this year in a move toward making a healthier community and environment.

Opioids in Pregnancy

January 31, 2020

Getting pregnant while on opioids is a serious concern. MUSC research may ensure more women get the right help.

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Help with Healing

January 30, 2020

People who break a rib typically must live with pain until it heals. A study showed surgically stabilizing the ribs meant less pain and fewer complications.

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