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Neuro Oncology

April 11, 2024

Working with people with brain tumors brings great satisfaction to South Carolina's only neuro-oncologists.

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OT for Oncology

April 08, 2024

Three MUSC occupational therapy students are passionate about elevating the profession's role in cancer care.

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Stronger Together

April 04, 2024

The South Carolina Rare Disease Council hosted a symposium that gathered rare disease researchers and advocates to chart the path forward for improved care.

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Survivorship Symposium

April 01, 2024

South Carolinians interested in cancer survivorship - as providers, researchers, caregivers or survivors - are invited to the first SCOR symposium in June.

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Meningioma Research

March 26, 2024

Meningioma doesn't attract as much research as other types of brain tumors. But Dr. Ben Strickland believes his patients deserve more options.

Dr. Flume at the podium of Cystic Fibrosis Foundation event where he was honored with the 2024  Impact Award, Photograph by Candice Adelle.

Lasting Impact

March 18, 2024

Patrick Flume, M.D., was recently honored with the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation's 2024 Impact Award.

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Expanding Clinical Trials

February 26, 2024

MUSC Health-Florence is one of four sites in the Southeast chosen for the Equitable Breakthroughs in Medicine Development Initiative.

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CAR-T Clinical Trial

February 05, 2024

CAR-T-cell therapy can be a powerful treatment for blood cancers, but it also has significant side effects. A clinical trial at Hollings seeks to change that.

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Rare Disease Symposium

January 31, 2024

Symposium will bring together researchers and patient advocates to inform policy and chart the way forward for patients with rare diseases.

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