At 20 years old, Brandon never thought an afternoon basketball game at the Church near his grandparent’s house in Fayetteville would end with him being flown to MUSC in Charleston for a life-saving procedure after suffering a stroke. But that is just what happened on Friday, June 22, 2012.
At only 20 years old and in good . . . → Read More: MUSC Stroke Center procedure saves the life of a 20 year old stroke victim
African Americans in South Carolina with early stage non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) are significantly less likely than Caucasians to receive surgical treatment for their disease, thus significantly reducing chances of survival. This reflects a national trend that Hollings Cancer Center at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) and statewide partners hope to change with . . . → Read More: MUSC Hollings Cancer Center Awarded $1.8 Million Federal Grant for Lung Cancer Study
By Janna Cone, Children’s Hospital Administrative Intern, MHA student
The words written on Dortez “Tez” Gordon’s celebration cake said “Go Tez Go!” The celebration took place on Tuesday, May 8th where Tez and his family gathered with members of the pediatric burn care team. This multidisciplinary team was with him every day during his three . . . → Read More: Go Tez Go!
The Charleston Battery and the Medical University of South Carolina have reached agreement on a new five-year partnership that will see MUSC continue as the official health care provider for the Charleston Battery.
“We are excited to continue what has been a terrific relationship with the Charleston Battery,” said David Geier, M.D. Director of the Sports . . . → Read More: MUSC and the Charleston Battery team up!