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Aneurysm Conference

September 21, 2023

Dr. Alex Spiotta will be joined neurology colleagues from across the country this week for the 17th annual Brain Aneurysm Foundation Research Grant Symposium.

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TTVIP Rural Grant

September 18, 2023

MUSC Health's Turning the Tide of Violence Intervention Program looks to expand its services to patients of Orangeburg and Hampton counties.

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Retiree Fundraising Team

September 18, 2023

The average age of this LOWVELO fundraising team? Somewhere between 80 and 90. Residents of South Bay at Mount Pleasant are walking and swimming for a cause.

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Ugandan Wheelchairs

September 18, 2023

Every year, a group of MUSC students and professors fly to Uganda to spend a week and a half giving out wheelchairs to those in the greatest need.

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To Catch a Cancer

August 14, 2023

Andy Abrams likes to say he’s the poster child for routine cancer screenings. In his case, one screening led to the diagnosis and treatment of two cancers.

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Global Palliative Care

August 03, 2023

Almost 25 years ago Pat Coyne visited Tanzania to help with a pain management problem. Four decades – and dozens of countries – later, he's still at it.

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New Era

August 02, 2023

New era: MUSC Urban Farm to undergo metamorphosis.

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Hydrocephalus Device

July 31, 2023

How a chance meeting between a pediatric neurosurgeon and a medical device manufacturer led to a new way to treat a brain condition known as hydrocephalus.

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Heads Up

July 19, 2023

The Charleston Police Department, MUSC Health, CARTA and the College of Charleston have teamed up on a common-sense approach to pedestrian safety.

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hEDS Interns

July 13, 2023

A new summer intern program empowers young researchers by getting them in the lab to actually help fight their own disease.

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