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MUSC Health, the clinical enterprise of the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC), is dedicated to the pursuit of changing what’s possible in health care. Nationally recognized for its innovation, patient- and family-centered care, and quality outcomes, this integrated health care system is accessible at the downtown Charleston campus and through more than 100 outreach locations, clinical affiliations with numerous health care partners, and a robust telehealth network. MUSC Health sees more than one million patient encounters annually, and its specialized care teams consistently rank among the best in the country. MUSC Health delivers transformational care shaped by world-class clinicians, health scientists, and educators who provide leading-edge care, while developing the next generation of innovative health care leaders.

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Advanced Glycation End Products: A Lifestyle Biomarker Video

Advanced Glycation End Products: A Lifestyle Biomarker

Study of advanced glycation end produces (AGEs) through dietary and exercise intervention to see if improvement of quality of life decreases tumor recurrence in patients.

Protecting Heart Health Before, During and After Cancer Treatment Video

Protecting Heart Health Before, During and After Cancer Treatment

Thanks to improved treatments, patients with cancer are living longer. Some of those treatments, however, are associated with cardiotoxicities that can put patients at risk for heart problems.

Left Laparoscopic Donor Nephrectomy Video

Left Laparoscopic Donor Nephrectomy

In this minimally invasive operation, the kidney is removed through the umbilicus. Because there is less surgical trauma, donors often go home one day after surgery.

Thoracic Endograft: Relining the Aorta to Prevent Rupture of a Thoracic Aneurysm Video

Thoracic Endograft: Relining the Aorta to Prevent Rupture of a Thoracic Aneurysm

Thoracic aneurysms occur when the walls of the aorta in the chest weaken and bulge, enabling blood to accumulate. If left untreated, they can rupture, causing massive blood loss and often death.

Optimizing Treatment for Scoliosis Video

Optimizing Treatment for Scoliosis

MUSC Children’s Health pediatric orthopaedic surgeon Robert F. Murphy, M.D., discusses treatment options for patients with scoliosis, from bracing to surgery, and when each is indicated.

Case Study: Surgical Correction of Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis Video

Case Study: Surgical Correction of Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis

MUSC Children’s Health pediatric orthopaedic surgeon Robert F. Murphy, M.D., performs surgery to correct scoliosis in the small subset of patients who have a large curve that does not respond to bracing

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TELL-TALE BLOOD Liquid Biopsy offers a Useful Diagnostic Companion for Targeted Therapies Document

TELL-TALE BLOOD Liquid Biopsy offers a Useful Diagnostic Companion for Targeted Therapies

Conventional biopsies are invasive, costly, and sometimes impossible to conduct, but they yield valuable information other methods were unable to provide—until now.

Testing Stem Cells as Possible Treatment for Heart Failure Document

Testing Stem Cells as Possible Treatment for Heart Failure

Stem cells are being tested at the Medical University of South Carolina as a possible treatment for heart failure with a preserved ejection fraction, or HFpEF.

Right on Target: Clinical Genomics Identifies Cancer Patients Likely to Benefit from Targeted Therapies Document

Right on Target: Clinical Genomics Identifies Cancer Patients Likely to Benefit from Targeted Therapies

Genomics screening can improve the odds for some cancer patients, potentially identifying mutations associated with cancer subtypes for which targeted therapies exist or are in development.

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