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COVID Perspective

January 20, 2023

SCDHEC reports almost 70 COVID deaths in weekly update, up more than 60% compared with previous month’s weekly average. An MUSC scientist offers perspective.

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COVID Update

January 11, 2023

“The data is speaking. It's saying, we're probably at a point where it would make sense for people to take precautions for a short period of time.”

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Cancer & COVID

December 22, 2022

Although their immune systems have trouble producing antibodies on their own, a monoclonal antibody protected blood cancer patients from severe COVID.

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COVID-19 toolkit

December 05, 2022

As the virus has evolved and evidence has accumulated, the COVID-19 toolkit for adults has changed. Learn which tools current research shows are effective.

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Pediatric Covid Treatment

November 16, 2022

A study conducted at 42 children’s hospitals showed a lower-than-expected compliance rate with recently released guidelines for COVID-19 care.

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Upward Trend

November 09, 2022

As COVID case numbers rise in areas monitored by MUSC, the leader of COVID-19 tracking team shares his perspective – and some advice heading into holidays.

Student Mental Health

September 19, 2022

Students were not alone managing anxiety, depression, grief during the COVID-19 pandemic thanks to CAPS services.

Bivalent booster distribution

September 13, 2022

MUSC Health Primary Care clinics are distributing the new bivalent booster capable of fighting off Omicron's subvariants.

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Endemic Phase?

September 02, 2022

It’s a time of transition for COVID testing scientists at MUSC as one lab leader says we may be moving toward an endemic phase.

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Omicron booster

September 01, 2022

With the FDA's blessing already, a new Omicron booster is simply awaiting the rubber stamp of the CDC, before being rolled out as early as next week.

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