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In back: Leslie Lenert MD, MS, Director, Biomedical Informatics CenterFront Left to right: -Elizabeth Szwast-Lindsey Jennings, MD, MPHEmergency Room Medicine-Jihad Obeid MDEndowed Chair for Biomedical Informatics Associated with Clinical Effectiveness & Patient Safety

Opioid Overdose Network

October 04, 2022

When you need to address public health emergencies quickly, it’s sometimes best not to reinvent the wheel.

A woman stands at a podium in a conference room, speaking to reporters about domestic violence awareness month

Speaking Up

October 03, 2022

October marks Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and MUSC Health has partnered with My Sister’s House to help raise awareness.

Immunofluorescence images showing healthy (left) and scleroderma  (right) lung. The scleroderma  lung shows reduced levels of Cathepsin L (green) and increased levels of fibroblast activation marker.

Cathepsin L in Scleroderma

September 29, 2022

MUSC researchers show that patients with scleroderma and lung fibrosis, or scarring, have too little of the antifibrotic protein Cathepsin L.

a woman in black scrubs stands next to a mammography machine

Mammography Expansion

September 28, 2022

Screening mammograms are now available at the West Ashley Medical Pavilion, with more breast care services to come.

Hurricane Prep

September 23, 2022

The Atlantic Hurricane Season is reaching its peak. There's still time to prepare.

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Cancer Control

September 22, 2022

Ashish Deshmukh, Ph.D., was drawn to the Cancer Control program at Hollings by its collaborative spirit.

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Circulating ctDNA

September 21, 2022

A pilot study will measure circulating tumor DNA in cancer patients with 'extraordinary' response to immunotherapy.

Student Mental Health

September 19, 2022

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

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Managing Cancer Pain

September 19, 2022

Proper pain management allowed Julie Jablin, who has stage 4 lung cancer, to attend a wedding overseas and enjoy everyday life.

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Homeless telehealth

September 16, 2022

MUSC Health homeless Telehealth clinic in downtown Charleston aims to expand coverage with new grant money

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