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Bar chart showing the variant B.1.1.7 becoming dominant.

Variants Dominate

May 14, 2021

“We’re in the world of variants of concern and variants of interest,” as MUSC finds variants make up 90% of coronavirus samples tested.

Casey Chubb standing outside the house where his family celebrated all their big holidays

Homegrown Doc

May 13, 2021

Often, when a small-town kid makes it big, they are gone for good. But for this '21 COM graduate, he's not going anywhere.

a man in blue nurse scrubs hugs a woman in a cream business suit inside st Lukes chapel

Nurse of the Year

May 12, 2021

MUSC Health-Charleston's Nurse of the Year has been working with patients for 45 years but hasn't slowed down.

Logo for COVID immunity. Red virus particle with green checkmark.

Tracking Immunity

May 10, 2021

As research shows natural immunity should be considered along with vaccine immunity, experts say shots give best possible protection against virus & variants.

Wil Doak stands in a park with his arm around his wife Pat

No Slowing Down

May 10, 2021

After previous bouts with cancer, 85-year-old Navy veteran Wil Doak didn't let multiple myeloma knock him off course.

Liza Patterson helps her daughter jump off log on the beach

Remission Rollercoaster

May 07, 2021

New mom Liza Patterson describes her painful struggles with anxiety and guilt following a successful battle with lymphoma.

Woman's hand reaching into pink purse to get sanitary supplies.

Period Problems?

May 06, 2021

“My period comes 17 days early,” one woman reports. Another, 51, had her period for the first time in months. Are COVID vaccines the culprit?

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Shark Tank

May 05, 2021

Health care is ever evolving – and the annual MUSC Shark Tank innovation pitching session is a chance for employees and students to push that evolution along.

Dr. Christopher Cowan (left)  speaking with  Dr. Ahlem Assali (right) in the laboratory

Genes, sex and autism

May 04, 2021

Girls with mutations in the gene EPHB2 may be at increased risk of autism.

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