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Pearl Tourville Obituary

June 27, 2024

Orangeburg native, philanthropist and friend to MUSC Pearl Tourville is being remembered for her kindliness and support of women and babies.

A small black and red plastic ladybug device with a small ice pack attached

Buzzy

November 02, 2023

New device combines numbing and distraction to take kids' minds off getting a shot.

A woman laughs as two boys stand by a pretend gift. Three people and a Christmas tree are behind them.

Angel Tree

November 02, 2023

About a month and a half before Christmas, MUSC lights a tree that epitomizes the spirit of giving and it is known as the Angel Tree.

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Just Culture

November 01, 2023

Eight years ago, MUSC implemented its way of handling safety. The end result was a custom-crafted system, that the hospital prides itself on greatly.

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Golf Cart Safety

October 27, 2023

MUSC Health’s pediatric trauma injury prevention coordinator talks about the dangers of motorized vehicles.

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Penicillin and Pregnancy

October 27, 2023

Many people think they're allergic to penicillin. For a huge percentage of them, it's just not the case.

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MUSC e.a.t.s.

October 23, 2023

This fast-growing emergency food pantry program is helping put healthy meals on the table.

Two young female health care professionals sit on either side of a young Ugandan child who is smiling and has both hands up in the air.

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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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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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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