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Rare Disorder

February 08, 2024

Can their older son’s rare, debilitating disorder be treated? British family turns to MUSC scientist whose expertise in MEF2C looks promising.

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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.

Children and adults stand on stage smiling. The kids are wearing new eyeglasses.

Vision to Learn

January 29, 2024

“I’ve gone through like 16 pairs of glasses,” 3rd grader says. Replacing them is expensive. MUSC is part of solution.

Four people smile. In the center are the words Celebrate and recognize. Below that it says welcome to celebrate. It's no secret thatMUSC's greatest strength is our faculty, staff and care team. This platform was created to shine a spotlight on your efforts, commitment and achievements, but also to deepen our sense of community. No matter where you are or what your role, you are an integral part of OneMUSC, and you have my deepest gratitude for the invaluable contributions you make every day. We see you. We appreciate you. And we celebrate you. It's signed by David J. Cole, M.D., FACS, President, MUSC.

Celebrating Employees

January 02, 2024

MUSC employees have new ways to recognize colleagues’ contributions and earn awards through Celebrate! program.

Map of the United States shows the southeast in dark purple, indicating a high level of respiratory viruses.

Virus Alert

January 02, 2024

MUSC virus tracking team documents dramatic increases in COVID, flu hospitalizations in Charleston.

Dr. Jacqueline Kraveka

New Drug Approval

December 20, 2023

A newly approved drug to prevent neuroblastoma relapse is a huge win for patients and their families, says Jacqueline Kraveka, D.O.

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Respiratory Viruses

December 15, 2023

Respiratory viruses are hitting SC hard. “We have to wash our hands, stay away from people who are sick. There's still time to be vaccinated,” expert says.

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Princesses With Powertools

December 12, 2023

Graduate student Sarah Dooley shows young women that brilliant is beautiful by becoming a princess in the lab.

Two women wearing purple t-shirts with the words crush sickle cell on them.

Sickle Cell Breakthroughs

December 11, 2023

As FDA approves new treatments for sickle cell, patient prepares for trial testing another one. “This has been something that I've been hoping for.”

Little boy holding stuffed animal gets his temperature checked.

Busy Season

November 20, 2023

After-hours kids’ clinics are filling up quickly each day as seasonal viruses spread. Here’s what the medical director wants parents to know.

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