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Victor Krupka, who used brain stimulation to help him quit smoking, stands with his food truck.

New Way To Quit

September 20, 2021

Food truck operator Victor Krupka smoked for 30-plus years. Could a new brain stimulation treatment finally help him quit?

Traffic light.

Plateau Ahead?

September 17, 2021

For first time in a while, six of seven COVID indicators for Tri-county go green. But are we headed for the kind of plateau seen elsewhere?

 a man sits at a desk with multiple desks

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.

Illustration of coronavirus with the words COVID-19 Delta.

100% Delta

September 16, 2021

The Delta variant showed up in every single COVID sample in latest sequencing run at MUSC. What does that mean for future?

a young man in a hospital gown stands with the help of a walker and two staffers

COVID Survivor

September 16, 2021

After seeing what his son went through in the hospital, a South Carolina father got his first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.

Graph showing COVID-19 cases in Tri-county area going down after a weeks long surge.

Will It Last?

September 09, 2021

“My gut tells me we’re at the peak” in Tri-county, scientist says, but worries school infections have potential to turn that around.

Micrograph of SARS-CoV-2 virus particles isolated from a patient.

Breakthrough Infections

September 08, 2021

New MUSC Health data shows rate of COVID breakthrough infections slowly rising as doctor points to need for more info on booster shots.

Dr. Patrick Flume speaking with a colleague

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.

a sandwich board sign on a sidewalk alerts people to the site of the monoclonal antibody infusion site

Monoclonal Antibodies

September 03, 2021

MUSC Health opened a new monoclonal antibody infusion site in West Ashley to treat patients during the Delta-driven COVID-19 surge.

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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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