As a proud sponsor, MUSC is excited to invite women of the lowcountry to the AHA Go Red for Women: Just a little heart attack premiere party this Thursday, October 27th from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at Cinebarre in Mt Pleasant.
Come out and share your story and watch the Just a little heart attack movie!
Just . . . → Read More: Go Red for Women presenting: Just a little heart attack
Dr. Megan Baker, Medical Director of MUSC Hollings Cancer Center’s Comprehensive Breast Care Program, recently talked to the Post and Courier about clinical trials, the common misconceptions surrounding them and their importance to future breast cancer breakthroughs.
Learn more about MUSC’s Comprehensive Breast Care Progam and the clinical trials currently offered at Hollings Cancer Center.
Read the full Post and . . . → Read More: MUSC’s Dr. Megan Baker Talks Breast Cancer Research with The Post and Courier
In 1996, while living in another part of the state, I noticed an itchy mole on my back. My family doctor began monitoring it regularly, but didn’t feel it was anything to be concerned about. After reading an alarming article in the paper about skin cancer, I requested that the mole be removed and tested. Two . . . → Read More: Donna’s Story – Melanoma
MUSC Women’s Cancer Awareness Fair
Featuring The Pink Heals Tour &
The Red Knights MC SC 3
Tuesday, September 27th
12:00-2:00pm, MUSC Horseshoe on Ashley Avenue
Please park in the Ashley/Rutledge Garage
MUSC Cancer Programs & Support Services
Meet the Men Behind “Firefighters for a Cause” & The Pink Heals Tour
Fitness and Nutrition Information
All Female Cancer Survivors are Invited . . . → Read More: MUSC Women’s Cancer Awareness Fair