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Graph showing the peaks and valleys of COVID-19.

Déjà Vu?

June 11, 2021

Number of COVID cases is low – just like this time last year. Remember what happened next? We could see something similar, but much smaller.

rendering of CAR-T-cells attacking and killing a cancer cell

CAR-T-Cell Therapy

June 11, 2021

A multidisciplinary Hollings team is collaborating on a project to make CAR-T-cell therapy safer and more effective.

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Vaccine Q&A 13

June 10, 2021

States and employers are getting more creative with vaccine enticements. Dr. Scheurer talks about that as well as other topics in this week's Q&A.

Memory loss and brain aging due to dementia and Alzheimer's disease as a medical icon of a group of color changing autumn fall trees shaped as a human head losing leaves as intelligence function on a white background.

Advancing Dementia Research

June 10, 2021

Cis P-tau is an early driver of Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias; silencing this protein ameliorates dementia symptoms in preclinical models.

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Timely Data

June 07, 2021

New software gives cardiac ICU doctors more data to make better decisions for patient safety.

Dr. Susan Dorman of MUSC in her laboratory.

Shortening TB Treatment

June 04, 2021

Researchers at MUSC and elsewhere find a new antibiotic regimen that shortens the treatment course for patients with TB.

Tennis star Naomi Osaka in a picture from her Instagram account

Empowering Others

June 03, 2021

Psychiatrist says the kind of anxiety and depression Naomi Osaka describes can be overwhelming and disabling. Treatment and understanding can help.

Thermometer showing high temperature

Four-Week Test

June 03, 2021

Scientist says we’re likely to see a COVID uptick within the next month or so based on several factors.

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Downward Trend

May 24, 2021

As the temperature outside rises, the COVID case rate is falling in the Tri-county area.

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AMEN Program

May 21, 2021

The SC AMEN Program at Hollings is an innovative and timely approach to address prostate cancer disparities among Black men.

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